We have some pictures of a bad, bad MP3 player, a gigantic wide-screen PVP with built-in DVR capabilities, and two slide shows on the Canon PowerShot S5 IS.
It is a rare day indeed that we come across a piece of technology that so utterly fails at its intended purpose, but American electronics manufacturer Coby has managed to produce just such a device. Prepare to witness the astounding, the fearsome, the horrifying Coby MP-C7082. (Try not to stare.)
Despite its limited storage, plain looks, and subpar performance, the USB plug-in-style Coby MP-C287 gets our approval in the $20 or less category.
Can a homemade MP3 player beat the worst-rated player in CNET history? Prizefight asks the tough questions.
McLaren's second-ever road car is one heck of a ride.
McLaren is all about world leading tech and besting its competitors on the race track, but it's been a while since it made its very own road car. Does the 12C have what it takes to beat Italy's offerings to submission?
The Coby MP-C7000 series of MP3 players has a rather cute design, but fails miserably on every other level.
The HTC Desire 610 may be affordable, with an iPhone 5C-style plastic body, but its mediocre specs and poor screen resolution mean it's still not a good buy. For much less money you can grab the 4G Motorola Moto G, which has the same processor, Android KitKat software and a higher resolution display.
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After years of speculation, Neil Young's Pono device has finally appeared on Kickstarter, but what makes it different from a smartphone? CNET takes a closer look at this device and tells you what you need to know.