The incomprehensibly ginormous Samsung is being tortuously billed as the world's "most curved" 105-inch 4K (Ultra High-Def) TV. In other words, LG has one too.
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RIM has announced it will finally unveil BlackBerry 10 software and two smart phones on 30 January -- but is it too late?
Calculation's what you need if you want to be a record breaker -- 2,507 trillion calculations every second, to be precise, which is how many sums the newly crowned world's fastest supercomputer can do.
Typically under the E3 radar, current topics in PC gaming will make their presence felt at the show.
Pro gamer Kelly Kelley just scored $25,000 in a GameSpot Battlefield 3-inspired reality competition, but her domination likely won't stop there. CNET sits down with Mrs. Violence for an exclusive interview.
During a worldwide gaming tournament in New York, Robert "ProdigyX" Paz set a world record.
It's hard to imagine topping the craziness of this past year, but CNET's Roger Cheng thinks that's exactly what will happen, with one mobile platform plunging off a cliff and another one finally breaking through.
Jump in for a ride as Justin attempts to dodge his big-game bookie.
Faster and better than before, the improved Razer Blade is a better gaming laptop in an impressively thin form, but you're paying for design over practicality.
Huge news day today, with Google's I/O presentation packing about a day's worth of news into a single hourlong presentation--and this is just the first day. We wonder whether Honeycomb, Ice Cream Sandwich, and Chrome OS can exist in the same world, and whether the music labels will ever again get a seat at the table. Plus, why Microsoft bought Skype, cellphones getting disaster notification texts, and the New Yorker comes to the iPad. --Molly