A new replica of the "Back to the Future Part II" hoverboard strives for screen accuracy.
It's our reactions from the big Keynote. The new Macbook stole the show, but Apple still can't give us a good reason to buy the Apple Watch. HBO Now is exclusive on the Apple TV and the streaming box drops to $69.
It's official: the CraveCast is piloted by a crew of cowards who love space but love watching space operas here on Earth more. Also, we find "Star Wars" everywhere, except in that golden Buddha statue, which had other surprising contents.
CNET's Dan Graziano gives you a first look at the latest activity tracker from Fitbit.
The company will spend $2 billion to turn the old sapphire factory into a "command center" for its global networks.
Vladimir Putin looked less than thrilled when watching a slow-moving military robot riding a four-wheeler. Hey, not all cyborg bikers look like the Terminator.
The kinds of advanced malicious software threatening most companies have proven to be nearly impossible to stop, says a new FireEye report.
During a demonstration of BMW's ActiveAssist technology in an i3 electric car, I aimed it at a fake brick wall and floored the accelerator, only to have the car hit the brakes.
Rumors have been flying on social media that a blip in gravity will render us all weightless. Don't get floated, er, carried away by this hoax though.
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