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.
It might not maneuver like a modern machine, but the old-fashioned Eureka Brushroll Clean with SuctionSeal will show dirt who's the boss.
Move over, Beethoven. A downloadable file from Thingiverse lets you decorate your mantle or piano with NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden.
A free gadget turns your Keurig 2.0 into a equal-opportunity coffee machine that sees all single-serve cups as authorized K-Cups.
It's time to seriously address the question of how a glass pitcher full of Kool-Aid can run through a wall without suffering a horrible, delicious death.
Chinese officials reportedly discover an iPhone smuggler who didn't do a very good job of hiding his illegal booty.
In a battle between smartphone and lawn tractor, which will win? CNET readers share images of their bruised and battered gadgets, and the crazy tales of how they got that way.
In today's mobile era, it's more common than ever to spot spectacularly broken devices running around. Got one? We want to see a photo and hear its sob story.
Reports this week said Korean pop sensation's popular video topped out YouTube's view counter, forcing Google to work on an upgrade. But Google now admits the whole thing was a joke.
A smartphone case with a built-in selfie remote and a fashionable fitness tracker rank among the top high-tech gifts for $50 and under. CNET's Sumi Das shares this year's best affordable gadgets.