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20 things you don't actually need to keep in the fridge

Make some room in your fridge by storing these room temperature-happy items in the pantry.

By November 3, 2015


Xiaomi expands reach in Asia with cheap Redmi Note 2 phablet

The $150 5.5-inch phablet that first made its appearance in China in August will now be sold throughout the rest of Asia.

By November 2, 2015


Pitting Siri vs. Alexa in the CNET Smart Home

We audition the best digital assistants out there to see which work best for voice control the CNET Smart Home.

By October 22, 2015


2016 Honda Accord: Evolution of a mainstream classic (CNET On Cars, Episode 75)

What's changed in the newest Honda Accord, which nation's cars are the best to crash in and the amazing gall of the VW diesel tech scandal.

By October 11, 2015


Meet the man who made movie explosions look cooler

Computer science professor Theodore Kim developed a simulation model that makes smoke, fire and explosions look more realistic on the big screen. Jerry Bruckheimer owes him a very large fruit basket.

By September 18, 2015


Samsung's new smartwatch, better Blu-ray and a fridge with a view: The top products from IFA 2015 (Day 2)

This is the best tech we saw at IFA in Berlin on the first day of the show.

By September 3, 2015


Guy shocks his own tongue to learn more about electricity

YouTuber Mehdi Sadaghdar shows how the pain caused by electricity varies according to frequency by hooking some electrodes up to his own tongue. No, seriously.

By August 31, 2015


F-U-N-D-E-D: Silicon Valley gives rare blessing to software for church

Startups catering to religious groups promise more parishioners -- and donations.

By August 28, 2015


You have the power with the Zweissen Manual Food Processor

The Zweissen Manual Food Processor is an affordable kitchen tool that likes to explore. And since it requires no electricity, the gadget can be used anywhere.

By July 30, 2015


14,000-year-old tooth shows oldest (and probably most painful) form of dentistry

A molar found in northern Italy shows that people practiced dental repair way back in the Paleolithic era. Unfortunately for them, novocaine and nitrous oxide wouldn't be available until much, much later.

By July 18, 2015