Here are some Father's Day gift ideas from the tech world. Gadgets galore.
CNN humor columnist Jarrett Bellini examines a study that says most people don't properly wash their hands.
This week, the U.S. Navy forsook a tradition dating back to the 1800s. Why? Because it's now too easily confused with the musings of an Internet lunatic.
You're in no danger of falling in, but a large group of possible cosmic vacuum cleaners have just been identified.
It hasn't been a blockbuster year for Nintendo, the company that brought us "Super Mario Bros." and the Wii. But President Satour Iwata says new games will help.
The annual Electronics Entertainment Expo, which wrapped up here Thursday, is all about next-generation gaming.
Microsoft Office, the suite of productivity tools used by millions, has finally come to the iPhone.
Three or four years ago, it was supposed to be the next big thing in consumer tech: the magic of 3-D, right in your living room.
Apple is looking into launching iPhones with a 4.7-inch and a 5.7-inch screen, Reuters reports, citing sources with knowledge of the matter.
Clothes can look good, feel good and smell good, but now they can also sound good.
On Microsoft Xbox One: "This is a big change, consumers don't always love change."
Hashtags are coming to Facebook to help users better surface conversations.
People outraged by recent news of the National Security Agency's collection of phone records and Internet monitoring are taking action online.
The controversy over National Security Agency data mining has spawned columns featuring ominous references to Orwell and Kafka, reassurances from politicians and jokes (made on the Internet, of course) about the government peeking through the blinds.
You've been in an accident. The police officer goes through the normal drill, asking for your license and registration.
Virgin chief Richard Branson has put a time frame on his plan to launch tourists into space, claiming he and his family will blaze a trail for hundreds of fare-paying passengers by blasting off in December 2013.
Apple plans a "kill switch"-style update aimed at making mobile gadgets less valuable to thieves.
Jose Augusto Montiel couldn't find any milk for his daily cafe con leche, so he developed a mobile app to help Venezuelans track down scarce goods.
The big hardware unveil at Monday's Apple press event was the new Mac Pro, a sleek cylindrical desktop computer.
On what was ostensibly the coming-out party for its new console, the Playstation 4, Sony doubled up by leveling its guns on the rival Xbox.
A pioneer in sales of digital music, Apple on Monday became a late entrant in the booming music-streaming wars.
Macbooks with "all-day battery life" and a sneak peak at the most powerful Apple computer ever highlight address at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference.
Much of the focus this week at the Electronic Entertainment Expo, the video game industry's big annual trade show, will be on Microsoft and Sony.
A series of revelations about the National Security Agency's surveillance programs sparked outrage among many this week, including the expected privacy activists and civil libertarians.
All the tech world's eyes will be on Apple Monday, when the computing giant's 24th annual Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off in San Francisco.
Using just a handful of bike gears, Amos Winter has created a wheelchair he hopes will change the world.
A robotic recycling system could help address the escalating global waste problem, according to Finnish technology company ZenRobotics.
The National Security Agency Web-spying story has prompted some humor on the Web, including Twitter.
CNN humor columnist Jarrett Bellini looks into a new study that says 2:55 p.m. is the least productive time of day.
Microsoft has released new details about the new Xbox One console, hoping to address issues that have had some fans in an uproar.
The future of transport is self-driving cars, says GPS inventor Bradford Parkinson.
President Obama on Thursday will announce an initiative to bring high-speed Internet to almost all of the nation's schools by 2018.
Titanic and Avatar director James Cameron explores deepest point of of ocean in futuristic sub DeepSea Challenger.
In "The Internship," co-stars Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson share the screen with a somewhat demanding co-star: Google.
iPhone 5 owners can now get broken display screens replaced while they wait at Apple retail stores.
A new crop of wearable trackers can give concerned owners real-time information about what their dog is doing.
Neil Armstrong might really have said "one small step for a man," a study finds by lookin at how people speak where he grew up.
Oh, Rickrolling. Even on Vine, Twitter's app that lets users shoot and share six-second videos, the Web is never gonna give you up.
Most parents in the U.S. are not concerned about their young children's media use, a new study found.
On Monday morning, the first porn app for Google Glass was announced. Unfortunately, the app violated the most recent additions to Google's developer policies for the futuristic eyewear, which ban sexually explicit material.
Microsoft's new video game console, the Xbox One, made its long-awaited debut last month. The real story here isn't about video games, though.
For Yahoo users who prefer old-school e-mailing, your grace period is over.
A team of researchers say they've found a way to hack into an iPhone or iPad in less than a minute using a "malicious charger."
Last November, avid biker Leon Shaner found himself pushing harder than usual to keep up with a new friend.
The vast majority of U.S. movie theaters have changed to digital projection instead of film.
Twitter's increasingly popular Vine, the six-second video app, is finally available on the Android platform.
Schools like the public New Tech High School in Napa, California, are embracing, not fighting, teen tech use.
With E3 approaching, Sony and Microsoft are getting ready to wow the entertainment world with their next generation consoles.
Going off-road used to mean tearing up dirt tracks in a powerful four-by-four or gigantic monster truck.
The Galaxy S4 mini, a slimmed-down version of Samsung's flagship smartphone, is on its way, the company announced Thursday.
Betaworks is a New York startup studio that gives multiple ideas room to grow at once.
Motorola says it will produce the first smartphone manufactured in the United States.
CNN humor columnist Jarrett Bellini breaks down the JCPenney "Hitler Teapot."
Under pressure from activists and advertisers, Facebook says it's increasing efforts to stamp out hate speech, particularly depictions of violence against women.
Google is rolling out a new Gmail inbox today which autosorts incoming messages so important stuff is easy to find and clutter stays out of the way.
Google Glass, the wearable technology from the search giant, is gaining a ton of buzz.
How much time did you spend on your smartphone? The answer may vary if you are an Android or an iPhone user.
An 18-year-old high school student, Justin Beckerman, has built a fully functioning one-man submarine. The project cost just $2000 and took six months.
CEO Marissa Mayer is broadening Yahoo's scope, cementing its once-dated reputation as an early Internet portal.
A rare working model of the Apple 1, the tech giant's first desktop computer, sold for more than $671,000 over the weekend at an auction in Germany.
Samsung on Monday announced an event set for next month in London, along with a set of images suggesting new devices for its Galaxy and Windows-based lines.
Ben Vu says his family's journey from Vietnam to the United States is unlikely inspiration for "Battle Bears."
Google is reaching out to encourage more women to enter male-dominated technology fields.
Change.org was hacked late Friday by someone who made "cosmetic" changes on the popular petition website, officials said.
Rumors that Apple is preparing major design changes with iOS 7 continue to heat up, with new reports suggesting a more muted and flat design aesthetic.
In the battle against cancer, one video game is taking the deadly disease head-on. And some young patients are the winners.
In this era of ever-accelerating technological development, we all tend to be so fixated on the gizmos of the future that we rarely take the time to think about the glorious technology of the past.
CNN humor columnist Jarrett Bellini discovers a $98 chunk of wood in Toronto.
After a series of high-profile and embarrassing hacks, Twitter has rolled out a new, two-step login to help users prevent unwanted intrusions.
A group of students in London has developed an electrically conductive paint, which could change the way the world is wired.
CNN caught up with the design kingpin, Dick Powell to see what makes a product design successful.
Facebook groups are trying to reunite Oklahoma tornado victims with personal items scattered miles by the winds.
Among the debris scattered hundreds of miles after Monday's devastating Oklahoma tornado are handfuls of personal photos. Some are torn or scratched, others are in remarkably good condition. The people who are finding and posting them on Facebook just want the owners and photographs reunited.
There's fresh evidence that American teenagers may be growing weary of Facebook.
Sure, serious-minded folks from the White House on down have taken to Tumblr, the popular blogging platform that Yahoo announced it had purchased this week.
We can't settle iPhone vs. Android or "Star Wars" vs. "Star Trek" for you. But another geek debate was put to rest Tuesday. GIF is pronounced "Jif."
Bionic exoskeletons could make us superhuman -- here are five of the most incredible robot suits around.
Activision is deploying its most popular franchise, "Call of Duty," for its first assault on the next generation of consoles.
Here are six digital tools that offer timely warnings about impeding storms and tornadoes.
The Maker Faire is a festival spun out of the maker movement that brings together science, crafting, robots, steampunk, drones and Legos. Lots of Legos.
As Moore, Oklahoma, struggles to regain its footing under the public spotlight, journalists from CNN are among those sharing online images of the devastation.
Consumer Reports named the Android-powered Galaxy S4 its top rated smartphone.
A meteoroid struck the surface of the moon recently, causing an explosion that was visible on Earth without the aid of a telescope, NASA reported Friday.
Yahoo announced it bought the blogging site Tumblr for a whopping $1.1 billion on Monday, May 20.
The $1.1 billion buyout of Tumblr by Yahoo will no doubt introduce it to lots of folks not yet wholly familiar with Tumblr.
As the pool of new smart-glass wearers grows, they are feeling out the etiquette of using the new technology.
A tiny device that can recharge cellphone batteries in 30 seconds won a California teenager girl a science prize.
Photon torpedoes and proton torpedoes. Warp speed and hyperspace.
Google is pushing Google+ as more than a social network or video-chatting tool. It's connective tissue tying Google's most popular products together.
CNN humor columnist Jarrett Bellini looks at a new device that brings smells to your mobile device.
In a deal that would vault Yahoo into the premiere league of social media, CEO Marissa Mayer is said to be closing in on a $1 billion acquisition of Tumblr.
Even if they don't admit it, most people know when they're hammered.
'Crowd control' took on a whole new meaning last night in San Francisco as a room full of partygoers were given power over a robot to make cocktails for them.
Here are 10 fun facts about Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, who turns 29 Tuesday.
Google is taking on music-streaming services like Pandora, Spotify and Rdio with its own music subscription service called Google Play All Access.