Everyone's favorite science guy is back with a new talk show on Netflix.
Every week we come up with a question to ask people around the CNET offices. This week, it's all about the movie scene that sticks with us the most.
Ron Howard directs Geoffrey Rush in "Genius", National Geographic's smart, entertaining drama unraveling the passions and politics that shaped Albert Einstein.
After putting Samsung's latest Galaxy through three different torture tests, the results were better than we expected.
Don't want the Galaxy S8, but can't decide between LG and Google's phones? We'll help.
Apple hires Google Satellite execs to work on new hardware, pointing to satellite internet, and more leaked schematics point to a rear Touch iD iPhone.
At Sen. Ron Wyden's request, Homeland Security launches an internal inquiry into whether its effort to reveal a Twitter user's identity was improper.
You'll have to get your animal fix elsewhere for a few days -- but April's keepers plan an announcement next week.
President Donald Trump promised that a plan to improve cybersecurity in the US would be in place by his 90th day in office. It's now day 91.
A leaked incident report suggests that Apple could be working on some interesting new eyewear, and that accidents happen.
More specifics on Cupertino's autonomous driving technology come to light by way of a reported document for training the human drivers who will staff the vehicles.
Commentary: Prosecutors say an Alaska dentist sedated a patient and then filmed his unusual procedure.
It must also pay a $2.8 billion fine and agree to independent oversight.
The iPhone maker reportedly recruited them for a new hardware team.
The Science Guy stops by CNET to talk about his new Netflix show...and we roast marshmallows (for science!).
Director James Gunn and Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige confirm to CNET which Guardians of the Galaxy members from the original comic books are in the movie sequel.
Commentary: Rob Lowe is KFC's new colonel and, well, things take a strange turn in the company's new ad.
The billionaire tesla CEO's new startup, Neuralink Corp, wants to merge our brains with machines.
Never mind the taste of the limited-edition drink, but does it put you in the mood for some Trent Reznor tunes?
Samsung's new flagship phone -- on sale today -- costs more to build than top phones from Apple and Google, according to an IHS Markit estimate.