A mini factory-style robot arm tries its mechanical hand at applying makeup. The results aren't pretty.
Jawbone's new $149 device -- which the company calls a lifestyle tracker -- automatically syncs to an app so you can track movement and sleep 24-7. CNET's Kara Tsuboi talks with Travis Bogard, Jawbone's vice president of product management, about the device's newest features and getting people to make small changes in their daily life to be healthier.
Ask this astronaut anything: Kelly reveals what life is like aboard the International Space Station in an interview on Reddit.
Despite a boost for "Go the F*** to Sleep" from the viral spread of a pirated PDF, author Adam Mansbach says that encouraging content theft is not a marketing strategy.
New company president Kimishima says healthcare hardware needs to meet Nintendo standards; indicates they could be ditched if they don't.
From the Cheapskate: Productivity, security, cloud storage, backup -- this high-value collection has a little bit of everything.
Tylt aims to add a few missing Pebble features with one snap-on accessory.
From bare bones to econo-boxes to vehicles that offer terrific value for money, affordable cars are a huge segment.
You don't need to beat Lando Calrissian in a game of sabacc to get your own Millennium Falcon. Plus this version of the fastest hunk of junk in the galaxy from Pottery Barn Kids is a lot more comfy to sleep in.
Technically Incorrect: Don't sleep on your apartment floor. Your robot vacuum cleaner might mistake you for dirt, as one Korean woman found.