Technically Incorrect: In a new campaign for its premium products, HP wants you -- and specifically older millennials -- to believe it's exceptionally upscale and alluring.
The new laptop is just 10.4mm thick, beating even Apple's 12-inch MacBook -- but that slimness comes at a price.
From 4K Blu-ray, Foxtel's record-breaking Thrones premiere, Uncharted 4 and Pokemon, right through to one of the best looking gaming laptops we've seen and, apparently, the world's most exciting GPU.
Justin Yu is back in an attempt to make printers sexy again. Plus, how to catch Tinder cheaters and the very dark side of VR.
Commentary: They're long, often boring and the Wi-Fi never works. But then you hit a bright spot -- and I don't just mean the dragon fruit tartlets.
Technically Incorrect: Toyota used the Super Bowl to suggest that the environmentally friendly Prius is now an object of extreme desire. Is this faintly ridiculous?
Commentary: After six decades of showing women in their birthday suits, Playboy is trying on clothes. CNET's Bonnie Burton, a longtime fan, explains why she's excited about the magazine's new direction.
"Frame rate is more important than resolution," says Square Enix's Hajime Tabata.
Follow the video and see if you can figure out the features Samsung is touting for its upcoming Note 7 device.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has announced a broadband review, calling on ISPs to give their customers real information about speeds, not just the sexy advertising.