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At the national Storm Prediction Center, meteorologists work non-stop to forecast the tornadoes and severe thunderstorms that plague the U.S. CNET Road Trip stopped by to visit.
The heat wave that follows bomb blasts exceeds 1,000 degrees Fahrenheit and can cook exposed skin. New face paint that actually deflects heat could offer protection for up to a minute.
The tech toys of 2013 are unveiled at Toy Fair in New York. CNET's Bridget Carey checks out what's in store for Barbie and Hot Wheels, gets a look at Toby's BattroBorg boxing robots, and finds out how toy guns are incorporating smartphones.
Bored with the stereotype of moms hauling their children to soccer practice in minivans, we look at what other stereotypical moms would drive.
Planetary Resources seeks to mine asteroids to further space exploration and to bring resources back to Earth. Experts say the idea is no longer science fiction.
System uses a camera to watch for pedestrians, bicycles, cars, and speed limits. Audio and visual alerts in the car and on your smartphone help counteract the inevitable bouts of distracted driving.
On the first official day of the Consumer Electronics Show, the steady flow of new product announcements continues. Here's the stuff we think is worth seeing.
Pro gamer Kelly Kelley just scored $25,000 in a GameSpot Battlefield 3-inspired reality competition, but her domination likely won't stop there. CNET sits down with Mrs. Violence for an exclusive interview.
The recipe for a killer smartphone screen isn't that simple. CNET's Jessica Dolcourt uses five phones to illustrate what goes into mobile display awesomeness.
Group-messaging underdog Fast Society has a lot of energy and a lot of heart--but at the biggest event of the year for the social-media world, will this be enough for the masses to notice?