Pepsi is embracing stevia-leaf extract with a new soda called True, but you won't find it at your local grocery store. Curious beverage fans will have to buy it on Amazon.
This powerful, sensor-fitted cup identifies what you're drinking and tells you how it affects your health and hydration needs.
Just days after its TV voice recognition software came under fire for invading privacy, Samsung users are reporting unwanted Pepsi ads appearing while they watch their Smart TVs.
John Sculley may have been the one who pushed out Steve Jobs from Apple, but he also ushered in one of the most famous commercials. Sculley talks to CNET about Samsung's marketing efforts, Apple Watch, Tim Cook and more.
The two Korean companies top global rankings with a combined market share of nearly 38 percent.
Samsung's one-two, bad-news punch this week could have a lasting impact on its TV business. Also, new hardware from Nintendo 3DS and from our future robot overlords. All that and more in your look back at the week in tech.
A Kickstarter project uses ice packs inside a vest with the idea of making your body work harder to keep warm and burn through calories in the process.
Those of you watching Sunday's half-time show will be able to buy Perry paraphernalia in the moment across social media and connected devices.
As tech giants try to figure out their place in the future, they're giving more autonomy to founders of companies they've swallowed up.
Pepsi's new Like Machine gives away free samples of soda for the price of a Facebook "like."