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In an effort to make the Internet more secure, Google announces Project Zero
Former Panamanian dictator accuses Activision of portraying him as a "kidnapper, murderer and enemy of the state" in popular video game
GM will have 30 models with onboard 4G data connection by the end of the year; CNET took one for a test drive
In this animation, NASA's New Horizons spacecraft leaves Earth orbit and zooms toward Jupiter. After taking photos of Jupiter and its moons, it uses Jupiter's gravity to slingshot toward Pluto. In July 2015, the spacecraft will reach Pluto and its moon, Charon, and take the first close-up pictures ever seen.
Successful mission would put two American astronauts on the moon and end the space race with the Soviet Union
Researchers have been able to harness electrical waves to control prosthetic limbs, wheelchairs, computer games and now a camera
New Horizons space probe corrects course and begins counting down the final year of its 3 billion mile journey
DARPA's new Extreme Accuracy Tasked Ordnance program - or EXACTO - recently performed the first tests of a new .50 caliber bullet that can be guided mid-flight. The new technology will allow snipers to adjust their shot after firing in order to improve accuracy.
MakerBot moves one step closer to bringing 3D printing to the masses
A cooler with built-in blender, Bluetooth and more becomes a Kickstarter sensation, giving new meaning to the word "cool"
Many new fitness devices are now touting heart rate monitors to help people get into shape -- but do they really work? CNET's Sharon Profis put some to the test at Kaisier Medical Center in San Francisco.
A technology writer records his attempt to cancel his Comcast service with a combative customer service representative
Some parts of the country saw record rainfall while others continue suffering through extreme drought
Wall Street analyst predicts big sales based on customers' brand loyalty to Apple
The U.S. military research agency DARPA tested a bullet that can turn corners in mid-flight to hit its target
CNET reporter Sharon Profis joined forces with a cardiologist to put five fitness trackers to the test
SpaceX gets permission to move ahead with private space launch site in Texas
Following a handful of other organizations, Nest started a group to help standardize the Internet of Things
The so-called "Facebook Cop" is happy with the payroll change, but the good deed is prompting some questions
McAfee ranked the superheroes that result in the greatest number of 'infected' sites when users search for them online