CNET's Daniel Terdiman wrangles up tech and geek culture in Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, and more.
Level up your prototype battle suit with the Superhero Workout app for iOS, then relax with a rubdown from your laptop case.
This week on Crave we battle an alien invasion and burn some calories at the same time. Also, we enjoy a nice foot massage from a laptop case and try to wrap our heads around a working hard drive built in Minecraft.... I know it sounds crazy but this is Crave!
Soon, you may be able to buy things directly from Twitter thanks to a feature powered by payments service Stripe.
While the Beyerdynamic DX160 iE has some small downsides, it's a bona fide audiophile in-ear headphone at an invitingly affordable price.
While it's a niche product, the Logitech Bemo is a new spin on the point-and-shoot mini camcorder that makes shooting video and creating short movies accessible to just about anyone.
The product-design firm will be put to work on some of Google's most "cutting edge" projects.
Engineer Nell Watson worries that it won't be easy to teach powerful robots values.
Google Now can do more than let you search by voice. Here are a bunch of ways to turn it into the ultimate personal assistant.
"Redshirts" author John Scalzi commissions indie rocker William Beckett to perform a theme song for his new book "Lock In."
Researchers reveal a flaw in Android, iOS and Windows that lets hackers peer into Gmail, Chase and other apps. Also, Norton reduces its software line to one product, and Pebble gets score alerts with the ESPN app.