Retro-futurism, circa 1989
A new look at technology: not just what's coming, but what's staying.
Brian David Johnson is Intel's guy in charge of knowing what tomorrow will be like. No pressure. He shows CNET's Brian Cooley what's next.
There's no perfect piece of wearable tech, and everything out there has problems. But here's what I like from what I've seen in 2013 and gotten a peek at in early 2014.
Sculpture artist Jeremy Mayer sees life in old machines, deconstructing typewriters and transforming the anatomical parts into life-like sculptures.
Science fiction serves as a inspiration for the man whose job it is envisage Intel's future and, to a large degree, the future of computing itself.
There are predictions, mock-ups, and rumors galore...but this is what the next iPhone could use most.
Although its 3D deserves praise, overall the Toshiba L9300U is a worse performer and more expensive than its 4K competitors.
Kalorik Aztec Toaster packs familiar controls into a distinctive design.
What's new in the revamped version of HP's high-end Envy 15 laptop?