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Slow and steady, the Xbox One gradually improves

While the PS4 remains our overall preferred choice in the next-gen console race, the Xbox One's significant first-year course corrections -- including a welcome holiday price drop -- make it a better deal than ever, and a much better bargain than when it first debuted.

By December 3, 2014


Will it bend? Apple Pencil gets a twisty torture test

The Apple Pencil sticks out from the iPad Pro when it's charging. Can it handle the rigors of bumps, bends and twists?

By November 19, 2015


Self-driving cars will rule the roads in 2030, says Internet of Things visionary

With no shortage of automakers working on robo-cars, and with Uber already a "sensor platform on wheels," we're well on the way, says MIT vet Kevin Ashton.

By November 11, 2015


Rinspeed's Σtos concept is a self-driving sports car with its own drone.

The Rinspeed Σtos aims to bridge the gap between enthusiastic human pilots and fully-fledged autonomous driving.

By October 13, 2015


What playing the same level for three straight hours taught me about Deus Ex: Mankind Divided

Lesson one: sentry robots are highly combustible and make excellent distractions.

By October 7, 2015


Apple, Google lead tech takeover of top global brands

Lenovo, PayPal and Lego join the technology titans in Interbrand's 2015 list of the 100 top global brands.

By October 5, 2015


The Ford GT story

From CNET Magazine: Cars are evolving, and even supercars need to progress if they want to stay ahead of the curve. This is the story of Ford's radical carbon-fiber wundercar, the Ford GT.

By September 8, 2015


Is 3D TV dead? Do you care?

After years of the 3D aspect of TVs getting mediocre reviews, and most people using the feature once, if ever, 3D seems to be going away. Do you care? We're curious. Take our poll.

By August 26, 2015


Better, stronger, sleepier: Fitness tech and me

"I Split My Sleep!" The horrifying true tale of wearable technology and polyphasic sleeping.

By August 3, 2015


How self-driving cars will cut accidents 90 percent (Q&A)

For Road Trip 2015, CNET talks with the University of Michigan's Peter Sweatman about the rapid merging of computers and cars, and the fake city in Ann Arbor where it's being put to the test.

By August 1, 2015