A magnetic explosion on the sun Wednesday sent a stream of charged particles heading towards Earth which could affect power grids, radio transmissions and other systems when it reaches us on Friday.
Apple's online store and wireless carriers start taking orders one week before the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus arrive in stores
As Apple prepares to release its new iPhones, its competitor takes jabs at everything from its slow live streaming to its slow charging time.
The Curiosity Mars rover has finally reached the base of Mount Sharp, and mission planners say they're taking a shortcut to intriguing formations on the rocky slopes.
Rio de Janeiro's Morro da Mineira favela is home to a new, cutting edge soccer field. Nick Dietz reports on the technology that's taking a game and turning it into electricity.
The actor shifts gears from the big screen to iPads with his Hanx Writer app, the tech solution for an authentic typewriting experience
Will Apple's new watch be a game changer or a flop? A look at some inherent problems
Actor Tom Hanks debuted a typewriter app for iPads called Hanx Writer, which has skyrocketed to the top of iTunes as the most downloaded app. CNET.com's Kara Tsuboi explains the novelty of Hanx and recommends other typewriting apps to download.
The highly anticipated game by the makers of Halo sold 10 million units its first day
Two Russian cosmonauts and a NASA astronaut packed up and prepared for a fiery return to Earth after a 169-day stay in space.
The maker of the iPhone, iPad and iTunes has dropped the i-prefix from its newest products, starting with its Apple Watch and Apple Pay
Solar flare could mess up some power grids, satellites and radio transmissions
Crew enters room at Hanford Nuclear Reservation where a 1976 explosion left worker covered with radioactive material
Apple isn't the first company to offer a way to pay without fishing out your wallet. Google Wallet and PayPal beat Apple to market by years. But if Apple Pay works well, it could change the way we shop. CNET's Sumi Das reports.
Though the passwords may be old, the breach was a big one
For the first time in 35 years, scientists were able to confirm an increase in in stratospheric ozone, which shields us from solar radiation
Berkeley astronomer Joshua Bloom has created a small alarm system to pick up on seismic shaking. The warning system broadcasts the beginnings of an earthquake to your home. KPIX-5's Christina Ayers reports.
A new report makes troubling projections about the effect of global warming on America's birds
Has Apple managed to impress tech critics and social media commentators?
According to a report from the National Audubon Society, up to half of America’s species of birds will have to move or face extinction in the near future because of climate change. Alison Harmelin reports from New York.