iPhone FaceTime Bug Lets People Eavesdrop On Others Without Picking Up Call A newly discovered and significant bug allows iPhone users to call another device via FaceTime and hear audio on the other end before the recipient has answered the call.
Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Brings Twitter 101 Lessons To CapitolHouse Democrats are hoping new colleague Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez can show them the path to Twitter success.
What Are This Year's Top Tech Toys?CBS2’s Alex Denis spoke with CNet.com editor Dan Ackerman to learn more about the top tech gifts.
Hyundai Nexo: We drove Hyundai's hydrogen prototype to CES 2018CNET drives the hydrogen fuel cell vehicle from Los Angeles to Las Vegas for CES 2018.
Cut The Cord: 2017's Best High-Tech Wireless HeadphonesSome new phones are giving users no choice but to go wireless and with that comes some new wireless headphone options that are doing more than just play music.
Experts Put Apple Watch To The Test As Release Date NearsMore than seven months after debuting the Apple Watch, the time has finally come for its release this month.
Periscope App Lets Anyone Broadcast Live, But Experts Say Abuse Is A ThreatThe new Periscope app lets anyone be a live broadcaster to the world using a Twitter feed to stream live video.
Seen At 11: Your Smart TV Could Be Hearing EverythingWhen you watch television, your TV set might be watching back with new technology that can virtually see or hear what’s going on in your home.
Seen At 11: Hackers Expected To Take Attacks On Financial Institutions To Next Level, Experts SayIt’s a new year and with it are predictions that cyber criminals will strike deeper into the heart of everything we do.
Latest High-Tech Trend: Do-It-All Smartphone Cases That Literally Do It AllIf you need a bottle opened, or a tool to fix your bike, many people are turning to an unlikely source -- their smartphone case. They are not just for cellphone protection anymore.
Medical Journal: Electronic Devices Can Cause Nickel Allergies To Flare UpWe use our electronic devices for all sorts of things – from talking and looking up information to playing games. But the frequent use of such gadgets is actually making some people sick.