"Back to the Future II" makes bold predictions about Oct. 21, 2015, the exact date Marty McFly time travels to. Surprisingly, much of the future tech imagined in the movie is within our grasp.
It's just about time to send the kids off to school. Whether you're shopping for a student or are looking to update your own tech lineup, our back-to-school guide will show you something worth your time and money.
At less than $200 USD, the well-designed Plantronics BackBeat Sense is one of the best on-ear wireless Bluetooth headphones currently available.
The Monster SuperStar BackFloat's sound quality won't blow you away, but its travel-friendly design and unique ability to float on water makes it a fun accessory for your next pool party.
"Jurassic World" and Donald Trump make cameo appearances in two "Back to the Future" scenes updated to match our actual modern world.
Volvo's Concept 26 cockpit explores how drivers will interact with their cars, be more productive or just relax in a future where the cars can do all of the driving.
Proof that the Nike "Mag" shoes from the classic 1989 flick are finally real comes via Twitter on the day that Marty McFly arrived in 2015.
Here's a look at the 2015 tech imagined in "Back to the Future Part II" and where that tech actually stands today.
In 2015, Hollywood churns out sequels and rejects genre-bending movies. Truly original movies and shows have a new place: Internet services like Netflix.
In this CNET exclusive, a few scenes from the classic film are altered to reflect the world we love in today. Man buns anyone?
Toyota might not build the same model of truck that Marty McFly owned in the "Back to the Future" franchise, so to celebrate the day that Marty and Doc arrive in the future, the automaker created a Tacoma that lives on in the spirit of the old 1985 Toyota Pickup.