Facial recognition in a wall-mounted box means Chui will greet you, work with automatic door locks, and ping you if someone stops by unexpectedly. An early look at what's coming later this year.
This touchless doorbell prototype goes up against concepts like a hold-anything iPhone mesh case next week in Daily Grommet competition.
This doorbell lets you observe and speak to visitors at your front door through a tablet or smartphone.
Say goodbye to the boring old doorbell. This wireless, customizable gadget plays the tune of your choice when visitors arrive. And it's free -- music to anyone's ears.
Store up to 10,000 songs in the MP3 DJ Doorbell, and you'll never have to listen to the same chime twice.
Are we living in "post-doorbell world," as the pitch for the smartphone app Pocket Doorbell claims?
In a 2012 that saw unbridled competition, Samsung stands above anyone else in using ads to address its brand image. Facebook, on the hand, needed to take a seat.
In a new 90-second spot, created by the people behind the Nike ads, Facebook tries to get some of those gooey, Apple-like emotions for its brand. With a chair.
CNET interviews Pakistan programmer Sohaib Athar, who became an instant online celebrity after his real-time dispatches recording a rough outline of the raid on Osama bin Laden.
The ringtone trend has gone too far.