As part of Road Trip 2015, CNET looks at how new skyscrapers are defining a new era in the City by the Bay. The winners: tech. The losers: pretty much everyone else.
Khail and Ashley discuss a new patent for a hypersonic jet that could reach speeds up to Mach 4.5, explain why Destiny is removing Peter Dinklage's voiceover work from the entire game and watch a robotic arm do a scientific ribbon dance. #TDHypersonic
A new Airbus patent recently approved by the USPTO describes a jetliner that could travel at hypersonic speeds without disturbances from sonic booms, thanks to rocket-powered vertical acceleration. It's faster than the Concorde was, which means future flights won't likely be cheap.
The Internet giant wants to make sure it's relevant on mobile devices -- especially among young people. Is the budding portfolio of CEO Marissa Mayer pointed in the right direction?
The new app is covering all the bases, launching for iOS, Android and even the Apple Watch and Android Wear smartwatches.
The $100 entry-level smartphone runs Android 5.1 Lollipop, but offers little in the way of hardware.
Jen-Hsun Huang also says even with low sales of the tablet so far, Nvidia's in the hardware market for the long haul.
From the Cheapskate: The first-gen G may not be a powerhouse, but it could be perfect for a youngster or anyone on a serious budget -- especially considering the cheap, contract-free rate options. Plus: two freebies!
The company's August lens offerings consist of a well-priced 200-500mm f5.6, second-generation 24-70mm f2.8 and midrange 24mm f1.8.
The game maker's strong back catalog of sports games helps the company generate strong revenue even in the absence of new releases.