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Every week we ask folks around the office a question to see what makes them tick. This week we asked which YouTube channels they love the most.
If you've wanted a Formula 1 car for the road, this is about as close as you're going to get.
The ghost of former president Richard Nixon haunts Donald Trump and suggests burning any tapes in this new parody video from "The Simpsons."
Get to know Tania, our dancing, hiking Jedi in training.
Ubisoft takes its shooter franchise to a small fictional town in Montana.
The Mexican food chain tells its customers Friday that their credit card information has been stolen by hackers.
"Why don't you ungrateful females take what you have been given or stay in the kitchen." And that's just one comment left on the Alamo Drafthouse's Facebook page.
Samsung references two unannounced Galaxy J phones on its website. Were they supposed to be secret?
Companies like Facebook, Google and Amazon band together in a push for internet surveillance reform.
Netflix enlists its biggest star yet, but the satire never quite snaps to attention.
If you don't mind blocking both your outlets, this thing is kind of ingenious -- and a great companion for an Echo Dot.
CNET's latest Prizefight, Google Home vs. Amazon Echo, ended in a draw and we want you to be the tie breaker.
The Google co-founder reportedly wants the airship to be half delivery charter for humanitarian aid, and half luxury liner.
There have been conflicting rumors about what will happen to the iPhone 8's fingerprint sensor, but a recent report says it's going in the display.
From airports to hotels to that cute cafe you found, it just takes one cybersecurity slipup to turn your holiday into a nightmare.
Jill Schlesinger returns to help us better understand the current housing market, why college and high school reunions are still a thing and what it means to "age in place."
We're about to enter an era of research into one of the newest phenomena in all of space. Here's what you need to know.
Jay Z's music service has lost another CEO, Jefferey Toig.
Like search and advertising before it, Google is setting the stage to dominate VR and AR by going all-in on mobile.
Malicious code inserted into subtitle files downloaded from movie subtitle databases could be used to hijack your device, researchers warn.