Install multiple useful gadgets for Windows 7 in one click.
On this week's Crave, scientists recharge devices with pee power, air guitar gets a boost with LEDs, and a small Colorado town wants to issue "drone hunting" licenses. Yup.
Vacations can be tricky business when it comes to technology. CNET's Josh Lowensohn shares some of his top picks and tips from a recent trip abroad.
Skynet doesn't keep Crave's Eric Mack up at night, but the prospect of a Roomba that can match his wit sure does. Here's why, plus eight more technologies he'd rather would just keep playing dumb.
T-Mobile's Jump plan offers twice-a-year upgrades, Apple is found guilty of conspiring to fix e-book prices, and Xbox Live purchases may cost more when Microsoft ditches Points.
Stop the electricity nightmare with Valta, a Kickstarter project that monitors when devices on standby are gobbling your energy.
The Codlo on Kickstarter aims to make sous vide cooking affordable and as simple as hooking the kitchen gadget up to a rice cooker.
These are the gadgets that CNET readers checked out the most during the month of June.
The Whirlpool Fastronomy is a concept appliance that would cook single-serving meals. A delivery service would provide fresh food packed into vacuum-sealed containers.
The Lekue Cut&Wrap is a simple solution to an age-old problem. Or at least a problem since plastic wrap was invented.
Wondering which gadgets to bring on vacation and what to leave at home? CNET's Donald Bell counts down five must-have vacation technologies.