This week, we argued over battery life, celebrated our geekiness, and headed into the woods to unplug (with help from our mobile devices, of course).
Field-tested apps and tips for using your Android device on the trail, even beyond roaming range.
There's a cold beverage battle brewing with Keurig and SodaStream -- is beer Sparkling Drink Systems' magic bullet?
Some backcountry enthusiasts are bristling at a plan that could mean wireless Internet access at a few parks starting this summer. The agency says visitors demand it and need it -- but it'll be limited to areas like campgrounds and visitor centers.
From air bags to mobile apps to the newest distress beacons, CNET's Sumi Das shows you the tech you should and shouldn't depend on if you decide to explore the backcountry.
The TrailAudio promises "digital outdoor audio," but we're not convinced the splashproof design and the included carabiner clip make up for the modest audio quality and the lack of support for DRM WMA files.
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Previewing Mobile World Congress, our most wanted Galaxy S5 features, and rad robots and odd tech toys from Toy Fair.
A little piece of technology that cost me $20 years ago is still one of my most valued possessions.
A reviewer puts the 2010 Bentley Continental GTC Speed model through the paces in a web video.
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