So, are any of the TVs listed in those crazy Black Friday ads any good? David Katzmaier, CNET's TV expert, takes a look at the deals and identifies the ones actually worth considering. (Originally published earlier, last updated November 25, 11:02 a.m. PT.)
Light up your life with a handheld flashlight that makes you think the sun magically came out early.
Two of the world's largest tech companies have teamed up to sell their $100 Gear VR device to everyday consumers. Will people buy it?
Fly the friendly skies with a couple of jetpack-wearing risk-takers who pull off one of the scariest aerial stunts ever seen.
Honda leaves the sport compacts in the garage for this year's SEMA show, instead focusing on crossovers, SUVs and its new pickup truck.
Nomad took the ubiquitous bifold wallet and built a 2,400 mAh battery with an Apple MFi-certified Lightning cable into the spine without making it "any thicker than the average wallet."
Technically Incorrect: In order to begin selling its Moments feature, Twitter releases an ad to coincide with the World Series. It's not quite the same pace as baseball.
British maker Colin Furze gets his hands dirty (literally) and builds a pair of Assassin's Creed gauntlets that include a deadly hidden blade and a functioning grappling-hook launcher.
The military has a tough job, so maybe it's only fair that they get the coolest...tech...ever.
If you have the money and want 55-inch or 65-inch TV today, you should buy the LG EF9500.