The palm-sized DR1 quad live streams video to your phone giving you a first-person view.
Snap to it. The Snapchat sunglasses are on sale now at Spectacles.com.
Women have found a novel use for fertility apps: turning them into a new form of birth control.
From the basket to biscuit: The traditional Easter candy is now a cookie filling.
There's estimated to be around 60 million connected devices in India right now -- and that number is expected to grow to 1.9 billion by 2020.
After years in court, the US Government may soon have their Piracy Enemy No. 1 on home soil.
The Wikileaks founder is scathing about the "weaponised text" of the global news media, but when it comes to fake news and scandal, Julian Assange has a different view.
You can give rise to Lord Vader among other classic Star Wars moments in sets Lego is releasing this year.
As a former Uber engineer's blog about the company's workplace culture went viral, CEO Travis Kalanick says he's ordered an "urgent investigation."
Dungeon Adventure is fun. Ordering pizza is convenient. But these Amazon Echo smart home skills are none of the above.
The retail giant matches Walmart by offering free two-day shipping to shoppers who spend more than $35. The threshold used to be $49.
Commentary: Before the NBA All-Star Game, Adam Silver explains what he believes Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Kyrie Irving was doing by suggesting the Earth is flat.
With RealFace's technology, users are authenticated by simply showing their mugs. Perhaps Apple will use it in an upcoming iPhone.
Commentary: In Sweden, they're frantically seeking a supposed major incident that happened there. No Swede knows about, but the US president does.
The creator of the dystopian horror series has said the fourth film will explain how America came to accept the 12 hours of lawlessness.
Lego's bigger-than-minifigure figures are focused on big characters at small scale.
The commercial space company is now in charge of the historic launch pad that sent astronauts to the moon and hosted the shuttle program for years.
Don't let not owning a home stop you from taking advantage of smart-home tech.
It won't replace a Fitbit, but there is still a lot it does well.
Fans just can't wait for the actor with the booming voice to return to Pride Rock in the upcoming remake.
The Aura quadcopter ditches a traditional stick controller or smartphone for a glove that lets you fly with a wave of your hand.
Throw on that Hypercolor T-shirt and dance the Macarena. One of the weirdest icons of the 1990s is heading back to stores.
Commentary: On a podcast, the Cleveland Cavaliers point guard suggests people should do their own research.
NASA's chief historian explains the real events that inspired the inspirational Oscar-nominated film.
It's like horror-fan Christmas! A mysterious teaser hints at an upcoming anthology series set in King's spooky Maine town.
Boeing's newest Dreamliner aircraft, the 787-10, made its debut this week at the company's factory in South Carolina.
Because who doesn't want to drive around humming the Bond theme?
NBA and Turner Sports are teaming up to show NBA All-Star festivities on Facebook Live.
It's completely electric, and it's about to hit European roads for the first time.
Elon Musk's rocket company had to put off sending snacks to the International Space Station and simultaneously opening a new chapter in space history by one day.
The latest report suggests the lower portion of the screen will reserved for virtual buttons.
Is Verizon's new unlimited plan tantalizing enough to make the switch? CNET's Marguerite Reardon offers some advice.
The high-flying runner-up in last year's NBA slam dunk contest says his success is partly due to a mental-training app that keeps him grounded.
Apple's new earphones stayed around my neck all day and I'm going to have a hard time letting them go... But there's one thing I just can't come to terms with.
"Logan" is already being praised as Hugh Jackman's best outing as X-Men hero Wolverine. Before it hits screens, we rank the competition.
Trailers for the return of David Lynch's cult show revisit horrifying moments for Laura Palmer and Agent Dale Cooper.
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