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At restaurants across the country, you may find a new hi-tech dinner companion at your table: a gadget to help you order, pay the bill or just keep you entertained. But will this technology revolutionize the dining experience or is it just an expensive gimmick? CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports.
President Obama said 3D printing "has the potential to revolutionize the way we make almost everything." So why not start with NASA? CNET's Sumi Das visits NASA Ames to look at how they're making space parts from 3D-printing machines.
Police-grade pepper spray isn't your mama's mace, and it makes a jalapeno look like a bowl of ice cream, according to this infographic.
The Cole & Mason Wood Electric Salt & Pepper Mills are modern kitchen gadgets with a flair for the past. With one-handed operation, they are easy to use while cooking.
A new Sony blower has leaked, and it's expected to be the follow-up to the Xperia Neo V, with NFC Smart Tags and more.
CNET News correspondent Kara Tsuboi visits Qbotix in Menlo Park, Calif., as the company shows off a new robotic tracking system that pivots solar panels in the direction of the sun.
MIT's Robust Robotics Group, led by professor Nick Roy, shows an autonomous robotic airplane that's able to dodge pillars in a parking garage.
The Pepper Corer makes it simple to remove the seeds and core of a pepper with just a twist of the wrist.
Activist group releases contact information for officer who allegedly sprayed women protesters with pepper spray, unprovoked.