A phony copy of Google's Web site promises a $400 prize, and aims to steal users' personal information.
Digital broadcasts are on the air, but radios that receive them are in short supply. Here are a few that are coming soon.
A smoking cessation center in Wuhan, China, is using laser beams to treat smokers' physiologic dependency on nicotine. On Nov.
Microsoft has been developing AdCenter, a tool designed to serve up ads customized for users, to boost online ad sales.
NASA's Hubble and Spitzer telescope capture images which show the birth of new stars and may go back to the dawn of creation.
Sprint Nextel celebrates the opening of its Sprint Music Store and touts its Power Vision services at a party in New York.
Two phones from Sprint offer computer-free music downloads, but it may take a rock star's salary to afford them.
Sun Microsystems unveiled its UltraSparc T1 processor, code-named Niagara, on Nov. 14.
Robots battle for the crown at the ComBots Cup and National Championship in San Francisco.
Harry Knowles' "Ain't It Cool News" site is a hit, with rumors, reviews and industry gossip.
Members of Symantec Research Labs give CNET News.com a peek into their daily projects, focused on enterprise security.
James Bond's famed 1964 Aston Martin DB5 coupe will go up for sale for the first time in 35 years.
Representatives from international governments meet in Tunisia this week to discuss the future of the Internet administration.
Reactrix Systems' technology is helping advertisers ranging from Adidas to Jelly Belly liven up their brands.
Model shakes hands with a multidirectional robot, "Albert Hubo."