iPhone 6 goes on sale around globe
Doors open at Apple stores across the globe as the new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus hit the shelves.
Google Plus SharesAndroid One: Google's push to rule the smartphone world
Living with the iPhone 6, Part 2: Scott tries out the 6 Plus versus the 6 and finds that neither one really steps up to match the iPad right now, and a big reason has to do with apps.
The now-annual iPhone launch spectacle seemed different this time around. At Manhattan's marquee Apple Store on Fifth Avenue, a line that stretched several blocks degenerated into a chaotic crowd. But the chaos didn't consist of super fans. Most in line planned to resell it.
Apple Pay could realistically be a huge business, but adoption will depend on sales of iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, consumer willingness to change and retailer IT infrastructure.
A small, lightweight copter is taking off on Indiegogo based on the idea and computer-generated renderings even though it hasn't actually been produced.
Why do people wait in line for days at Apple stores for the latest iPhones when they could preorder online? In Palo Alto, Calif., the answer is Tim Cook. The Apple CEO walked the entire line thanking customers and posing for selfies -- but only with an iPhone, of course.
This week on Crave it's your last chance to order a Pocketcopter that doesn't exist, run for your lives from silent robot cheetahs and strap a jet pack to your back to improve your track and field skills. All that and a human hamster wheel on this week's Crave show.
You know it's a good lineup when the TV with the "Best. Picture. Ever." isn't even near the top of the list. CNET's editors have full reviews of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus -- and yes; they're outstanding -- some WeMo LEDs made our smart-home reviewers happy, and more.
A significant design flaw keeps us from recommending this high-end appliance
The $299 Techivorm Moccamaster KBT 741 is pricey but is smartly designed and consistently whips up a mean pot of joe.