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Flight controllers at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory celebrate Curiosity, the Mars Science Laboratory rover, after it lands safely on the Red Planet at 10:32 p.m. PT Sunday.
Whether your summer vacation plans include fueling up the family car or getting a stamp in your passport, you don't want to leave home without loading your smartphone with handy and free apps. CNET's Kara Tsuboi recommends some of her favorites in this Tech Minute.
Meet one company that uses a giant briefcase to methodically test carrier' performance, including their 4G networks.
Companies like AT&T, Comcast, Verizon and Lowe's want to wire up your home so you can control the lights, check the front door, and lock the medicine cabinet from anywhere in the world. But are homeowners clamoring for a Jetsons-esque abode? Sumi Das reports.
The 2012 Summer Olympic Games opened last week in London. CNET's Kara Tsuboi brings you some high-tech ways to stay on top of the festivities, in this week's Tech Minute.
If you've ever downloaded a free mobile app on your Android smartphone, there is a pretty good chance you've been the target of an aggressive ad or other app malware. But there is a new sheriff watching the app store, keeping an eye on so-called "aggressive ad networks." CNET's Jonas Tichenor takes a look at the best ways to protect yourself.
On Monday, a federal trial between Apple and Samsung gets under way in San Jose, Calif. Both technology giants are claiming the other stole their patented technology for use in their mobile devices. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on the trial details and what the outcome could mean to consumers.
CNET's Rafe Needleman demos gesture-control software for Windows 8.
Google Fiber made its debut today. It's a new ultrahigh-speed Internet network that's supposed to run 100 times faster than typical broadband connections.
Recently, Facebook announced that it has a new way to recognize your face in photos without your permission. This feature could spell trouble for a lot people who get caught in embarrassing pictures, and raises issues of privacy rights to boot. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on how to prevent Facebook from using this technology.
Steve Jurvetson of Draper Fisher Jurvetson talks about why he's so excited to drive his Tesla Model S--and what it means for the rest of the electric vehicle industry. But will consumers ever bite? Sumi Das reports.
These days, we turn to Google for help with just about everything. So why not use it to help learn a foreign language? Google is in the middle of experimenting with a new, free program that immerses you into your foreign language of choice while you surf the Web. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports.
Yahoo's new CEO, longtime Google exec Marissa Mayer, will be the the sixth person to occupy the CEO office in the past five years. Can Mayer turn around the struggling search company? Correspondent Sumi Das reports.
Google executive Marissa Mayer joins CNET's CES 2012 panel on Women in Tech and reveals her tips to avoid job burnout and on becoming and staying successful.
Microsoft's Steve Ballmer and Kirk Koenigsbauer show off the new Office for consumers and businesses, with redesigned apps including OneNote, Sharepoint, PowerPoint, and Excel. The cloud-based software will be available for tablets, smartphones, and desktop devices.