Software looks at ways video games and urban planning can take advantage of computational power.
Map-based Web site offers tips on earth-friendly places to visit in the U.S. this summer.
Nokia's Vertu cell phones are not for the budget-minded, with prices from $4,900 to $88,300 for a diamond-encrusted model.
Dell releases a nearly 20-pound notebook/desktop hybrid, a thin notebook and a high-end, red-faced desktop.
By printing small parts, start-up EoPlex hopes to cut the cost of making them.
Motorola and Dolce&Gabbana have released a new gold and silver version of the Razr V3i.
How Microsoft manages power in the Windows update, which can drain laptop batteries faster than XP.
MIT fellow Elizabeth Goldring leads research and produces art designed to stimulate visual activity among the nearly blind.
Google tries to edge into a Microsoft-dominated market with its new "Google Spreadsheets."
Organizers of Computex Taipei 2006 expect that more than 130,000 people will stroll by its nearly 1,300 exhibits over five days.
Chips made on the 45-nanometer process will be faster, consume less energy, contain more transistors and be cheaper to make.
Google unveils a new version of its Google Earth application. Here are some screenshots to illustrate the changes.
Parallels' virtualization software allows Microsoft's OS to run alongside Mac OS.
CNET News.com reporter Daniel Terdiman is hitting the highway. Here are the gadgets he'll bring along.
Kick back, relax and get ready to explore 10 new possibilities for summer fun. Bon voyage.