Depending on whether you have more than $2,000 to spend on a 12.1-inch convertible tablet laptop, you might be interested in Panasonic's tough little Core i5 newcomer.
At Stanford conference, Texas oil man offers qualified support for Obama energy moves, but says he's skeptical about Washington's ability to plan in the absence of an immediate crisis.
ClickFree unveils a new way to back up your network's computers that's flexible and completely effortless.
Panasonic gave an in-depth demonstration of its 2010 TV lineup, focusing as usual on plasma TVs, and improvements were apparent in picture quality and features.
There will be no episode of Gadgettes this week due to the Thanksgiving Holiday here in the US. So, have a listen to a classic episode from the Gadgettes archive. Remember to read this entire blog post in your own "hot breath" voice for the full effect.
The Sony Ericsson C510 is pitched as an affordable camera phone. Our model didn't work, so we can't say how good it is, but we thought you'd like a look anyway
Awesome or terrifying? CNET's team took a field trip out to Alameda County law enforcement headquarters for a demo and test drive of Taser International's latest police gadgets.
The existence of this Hello Kitty taser gun makes me want to open it up and point it at my head.
AT&T announces that it will make the RIM BlackBerry Curve 8900 available on May 22 for $199.99.
This spring has seen some big advances in hardware infrastructure to support cloud-computing applications, with more on the way. As a cloud customer, should you pay any attention to them?