With the summer travel season getting into full-swing, airports around the US and Canada are turning to technology to speed passengers through customs lines. From special kiosks to mobile apps, CNET's Kara Tsuboi shows us how tech is helping to cut wait times, getting passengers through customs in a matter of minutes.
Commuters who were concerned about the traceability of the Opal card can now purchase and use one anonymously.
On Road Trip 2015, CNET gets up close with a new structure that will supply the city with free, public Wi-Fi via a project that swaps phone booths for hotspots.
Microsoft, NASA, and SpaceX are all collaborating on Project Sidekick, which will see HoloLens headsets delivered to the International Space Station's astronauts. Don't play too much Halo, space cadets!
Mobile payments is a crowded industry, but is one card for storing all your credit cards more practical than we think?
You can now book and pay for a bicycle from the capital's Santander cycle hire scheme with an app.
Google announces new Chromebook laptops and an intriguing new device called the Chromebit that pushes Google's operating system without trying to sell you a laptop.
The special glass is just beginning to make its way into public displays such as ATMs and payment terminals, but Corning hopes it will eventually get into consumer electronics.
Technically Incorrect: Some of Hertz's NeverLost systems now have cameras and mics -- which the company claims it doesn't intend to use at this time.
Apple Pay is off to a fast start, but LoopPay may have an edge when it comes to working with existing point-of-sale systems.