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Experts say that a "safe" level of pollution was last seen more than 25 years ago
As tech titan rolls out slew of new products, CEO Tim Cook faces pressure to show that his company retains its innovation edge
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This competitive multi-player online video game is expected to be a huge seller
When and where to see its final appearance of 2014
The dinosaur named Rukwatitan bisepultus may have weighed as much as several elephants, researchers say
Under pressure to boost revenue, the social media service wants readers to buy directly from a tweet
Send your voice message and as soon as the recipient listens to it, it disappears
Microsoft tries to adjust as more people read their news on smartphones and tablets
The Internet community site said it was responding to "a game of whack-a-mole" it couldn't win
The animal rights group PETA obtained video from the National Institutes of Health showing these lab studies on rhesus monkeys. The research, taped in 2009, was intended to test the impact of early childhood trauma on psychological development.
CNET senior editor Scott Stein talks about what industry watchers are expecting from the upcoming Apple product announcement.
Scientists are looking to understand the object that exploded and left a crater near Managua's airport
A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket successfully boosted an AsiaSat communications satellite into orbit early Sunday, the second in just five weeks for the Hong Kong-based telecommunications company.
With new iPhones on the way, now is a good time to sell your old model -- here's where you can find the best price
Former Google executive now occupies high-profile job overseeing male-dominated industry
Apple is expected to unveil its latest devices on September 9th, and rumors have been swirling about new iPhones, new features and a new wearable gadget. CNET.com's Sumi Das has a preview of what we might see next week.
Hyperlapse, a new iPhone app, allows users to instantly speed up video and share it with their friends. The app can ramp your footage up to 12-times normal speed, and allows you to get it onto Facebook or Instagram with the touch of a button. CNET's Cara Tsuboi reports.
White lobsters are said to be one in 100 million; this week Maine fishermen found two of them
Initial public offering could value Chinese e-commerce company at more than $150 billion