Have you ever wondered what the building blocks of the universe might be? Perhaps they're Lego bricks.
Nissan says it will sell a self-driving car by 2020, so I hopped in a prototype and went out to play in Tokyo traffic.
Perch, which is part of Samsung's accelerator program for startups, uses your old smartphones and other devices around the house to check on your kids and make sure your home is secure.
The Audiophiliac ponders his attraction to intentionally distorted music.
Safe crackers will get their skills tested with a functioning combination safe made from Lego parts.
The Xtreme Notebooks 917V Accelerator is an unquestionably powerful laptop, but impressed as we are with its performance and 3D frame rates, it's hard to justify the sky-high price. This quad-core laptop seems suited only for those who want a true desktop gaming rig that's still moderately portable.
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Open Bionics, a UK-based company that makes affordable prosthetic limbs, has partnered with Disney to create bionic arms that let kids feel like Elsa from "Frozen," Iron Man or a Jedi for around $3,000.
The CNET News team ventured out this summer to see how the world's innovation hot spots compared with the San Francisco Bay Area. Here's what we learned during Road Trip 2015.
As part of Road Trip 2015, CNET finds that the Minneapolis-based retailer has created a team tasked with supercharging sales of connected technology. Its first major project: a futuristic retail space called Open House.
At its developer conference in San Francisco this weekend, Ford introduces app developers to its new Sync 3 graphical interface, along with a host of usable data generated by its cars.