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Google exec: With robots in our brains, we'll be godlike

Futurist and Google exec Ray Kurzweil thinks that once we have robotic implants, we'll be funnier, sexier and more loving. Because that's what artificial intelligence can do for you.

By October 1, 2015


Louis C.K.'s negative feelings about cell phones. All his negative feelings.

Technically Incorrect: Someone decided to string together all of the great comedian's most heartfelt diatribes against phones. And it's beautiful.

By September 23, 2015


Turn yourself into a virtual Freud, and you just might feel better

When study subjects get advice from a virtual counselor that looks like them and another that looks like the 19th-century doctor, they report that one helps their mood more.

By September 21, 2015


Make your old phone feel new again

If your smartphone is slowing you down, there are easy ways to make it run smoother. In this Tech Minute, CNET.com's Sharon Profis has tips for freeing up storage and reducing annoying notifications.

By September 16, 2015


Samsung fights back against the iPad, wants you to feel better

Technically Incorrect: Just after Apple launches its latest iPad, Samsung releases a new ad for the Galaxy Tab S2. Apparently, your downtime needs to be elevated.

By September 14, 2015


Feeling sad could change how you see colours

New research has shown that you might not just be feeling blue, you may also be seeing it differently.

By September 7, 2015


Tell Google you're feeling curious for fun facts

Now you can search Google even when you have nothing in particular to search for.

By September 3, 2015


Travel gear to make coach feel more like first class (pictures)

From fresh coffee to improved storage, give your coach-class seat an instant upgrade with these 10 pieces of affordable travel gear.

10 Images By July 27, 2015


Microsoft feels the pain of a failed mobile-phone business

The company swings to a loss on the weight of layoffs and a writedown of its Nokia handset division.

By July 21, 2015


New wearables want to change how you feel

Wearables are one of the biggest trends in the technology world right now. As CNET's Lexy Savvides reports, a new wave of devices want to do more than just monitor your heart rate: they aim to change the way you feel.

By July 15, 2015