The next version of the search giant's virtual reality goggles may be a lot more advanced than a folded piece of cardboard -- and not need a phone at all.
The Skulpt Aim is a new kind of tracker that wants to take the hassle out of measuring your muscles.
Prompted by proposals in New York and California, the bill is the latest twist in a debate over how much privacy you can expect with your everyday gadget.
Brian Cooley answers your email and explains the benefits of self-driving tech, and whether it will improve safety on the road.
On today's show: an exoskeleton aiming to someday compete with electric wheelchair prices, and Microsoft sheds more light on its underwater data center experiment.
It's already about half the cost of its competitors, but if SuitX can achieve its goal price point (similar to the cost of an electric wheelchair), it might be a life-changing device for paraplegics.
French regulator approves Nokia's takeover of Alcatel-Lucent, which should help it compete in the global telecom equipment market.
The Facebook CEO's next personal challenge involves teaching himself to code an artificial-intelligence assistant that can help him around the house and office.
Looking to set up a smart home next year? Expect to see a lot of Nest's smart thermostats, smoke detectors and security cameras.
Farm-to-table isn't just for foodies. CNET's Max Taves visited San Francisco-based Flow Kana to see how the startup is trying to give medical marijuana an upscale makeover.