LED lights are the latest thing in home lighting, using less energy and lasting longer than their incandescent cousins. How do they work? Find out in the latest installment of Appliance Science.
Space fans voted and the winning futuristic design will become a reality in NASA's new Z-2 spacesuit prototype. Now Johnson Space Center plans to test the suit so that future versions can head to the cosmos.
A small tablet, two ultrabooks, and a new all-in-one round up Acer's hardware news from Computex in Taipei.
The industrial designer crafted the Grid Compass, a clamshell computer that debuted in 1982 and that is widely regarded as the first laptop computer.
Turn your home stereo into a party-worthy conversation piece by pimping it out with some sound-activated lights.
Google has been granted a patent for a smart glove, which includes cameras in the fingertips.
This week in CNET's Crave podcast: desktop haptics, electroluminescent faces, our glass-filled future, and "Avengers" versus "Spider-Man."
Bored by gadget charging? Colorful cables from Dexim show you the current as it flows to your device, turning the simple act of recharging into a mini-rave.
Will you try on outfits with a Kinect or let a vending machine scan your face? At the 2012 National Retail Federation Convention and Expo in New York, new tech aims to change the way you shop.
1,500 pairs of the Nike Air Mags from Back To The Future II will be sold on eBay, with all profits going to the Michael J Fox Foundation.