CNET news editors and reporters provide top technology news, with investigative reporting and in-depth coverage of tech issues and events.
Updated: 6 min 8 sec ago
Malaysia follows India as it looks to WhatsApp to curb fake news.
Blizzard's customer support said the character was being deactivated while the company investigates a bug in the massively popular game.
I took my first (and possibly only) dive into red carpet photography last night at The Tribeca Film Festival's screening of The Circle, a movie based on Dave Egger's prescient novel. It was as weird and strangely fascinating as I suspected it would be.
Just two weeks after Australia's mandatory data retention scheme came into force, police have revealed one of their officers "illegally" accessed a journalist's call records.
Sergio Canavero has revealed that the world's first human head transplant will take place within 10 months -- and he's already planning his next project.
Commentary: You want to bring people together over the drink you're selling? Watch this. Millions on YouTube already have.
New handheld will play all Nintendo 3DS, new Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo DS games, but in 2D.
A Farsighted look at Iron Man suits, VR and tech worth investing in (Farsighted Podcast, Ep. 7) - CNET
The Farsighted crew is joined by Adam Draper, founder of Boost VC, which invests in startups working on a real hoverboard and other technology straight out of science fiction.
The Australian Federal Court has ordered the country's ISPs to block Kickass Torrents, but just how many different domains will they have to chase down?
This week the Girt team talks Silicon Valley flight and flubs and enormous Lego Death Stars. Not a euphemism.
Social media giant outlines steps it is taking against organizations using fake news to distort political sentiment.
Trump's hair has paw-some powers voters never knew about, and Ivanka is named to the US Supreme Court.
Commentary: This is art of an exalted kind. Radiohead sung by a head of state.
In a twist to the Waymo vs. Uber legal saga over self-driving cars, Anthony Levandowski recuses himself from all things lidar.
Stamp out boring mail! This special postage will change from an eclipse photo to a full-moon photo when pressed.
Fans can take to Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to pick this season's best plays for the NBA Awards show in June.
Soon, "speechcons" will make your Amazon Echo or Dot sound a little more human and a little less robot.
More than 1 billion Microsoft Office users were at risk from the exploit that let hackers hide malware in Word files.
The tech giants wired the bucks to an Eastern European man said to be posing as an legit supplier.
It's very unlikely that you'll get his billions if the part he installed fails, though.