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Looking for a new game to play on your phone or tablet? Here are our picks of the best mobile games.
Even with $2 for shipping, that's the lowest price you'll find anywhere for these concert-friendly hearing-savers. Plus: a killer deal on a family-favorite movie and unlimited massages for $37.
Imagine the next version of HQ Trivia, but with Amazon gifts.
And the original Vive gets a price cut. But keep in mind: All you get with the Vive Pro is the headset.
You can select meals for the week, create shopping lists and order groceries online for delivery or pickup at Walmart and Kroger stores.
The second season of the HBO series starts April 22. Until then, here's every image released and some ridiculous theories and speculation.
Facebook’s user data is a powerful tool for marketing and research. What responsibility does the social network have when an app maker allegedly breaks its terms and lies about it?
Chipmaker Xilinx is betting its new Everest design will accelerate today's computing chores -- and appeal to programmers, not just hardware nerds.
Consumers are no longer restricted to traditional car buying and leasing methods. Here’s out guide to find out if a car subscription service is for you.
They called me the nameless one, the ghost who commutes, the silent passenger who refused to get a transport card.
There's a delete button next to every tweet. One Facebook executive, in the midst of a scandal, used it to remove statements he'd made. But the internet didn't forget.
Thicker glass and a sturdier frame should make the latest superphones harder to break, right? Tests by warranty outlet SquareTrade breaks down that claim.
Commentary: Time spent with loud, clicky keyboards from Das and Lofree had CNET editor Roger Cheng's fingers flying and keys singing with joy.
We talk to the legendary author about his detective fiction, including a new book set in modern-day Brooklyn, as well as his genre-bending sci-fi.
Facebook says the suspension is due to reports Christopher Wylie's former employer allegedly held onto 50 million Facebook profiles' worth of information.
A current Facebook researcher formerly worked for a company that reportedly provided information to the controversial data firm.
The world's largest social network is at the center of an international scandal involving voter data, the 2016 US presidential election and Brexit.
Commentary: You want to see March Madness, click on the "translate tweet" button of this wonderful University of Nevada tweet.
Commentary: A new Samsung phone emerges. So I thought I'd see how it's being sold in carrier stores. It ended up being a very strange day.
Fitbit this week announced the Versa, the company's latest attempt at a full-on smartwatch. We want to know your thoughts on Fitbit’s newest offering!