George R.R. Martin isn't revealing much, but us "Thrones" fans will take any tidbits we can get about the mysterious new shows.
Australia says tech companies should be "thwarting" messaging encryption to stop terrorists, and it's pushing US companies in particular.
Elon Musk's private space company proves it can handle the pressure of rapid launches, which is key to its pitch of sending more people to space.
With great power comes great reviews: Lucky folks who received an early peek at the film are praising it as one of Spidey's best.
Sure you could just stuff your cash in your wallet and buy a whole box of paper clips at Target for $1.29, but where's the decadence in that?
Commentary: Power conglomerate CEZ seems to think making potential interns wear bikinis and hard hats is cultural enrichment.
Commentary: How is Microsoft selling its new laptop? I went to a couple of Microsoft stores to see whether they could persuade me to give up my MacBook.
Though the potential for serious exploits maybe limited due to what was included, according to some reports.
The settlement, subject to a judge's approval, would be the largest to date for a data breach case, according to lawyers for the plaintiffs.
Two decades after J.K. Rowling published the Harry Potter book that started it all, CNET's Patricia Puentes muses on the magic the franchise has brought to her life.
Changing your password needs to become like washing your hands after the bathroom -- a habit. We'-re a long way off from that.
If you'-re the kind of person who owns more than one high-end headphone, the Rogue Audio RH-5 is the amp for you.
Some members' remote email access is cut off as part of efforts to secure the computer network against a cyberattack.
The Technics SL-1200GR may look like a DJ turntable, but it'-s also a superb turntable for everybody else.
Each week we take a poll around the office to see what makes our colleagues tick. This week we asked which are the best summer blockbusters ever and why.