With its rubber-encased body, waterproof capabilities, and Verizon 4G LTE, the Casio G'zOne Commando 4G LTE is the kind of phone you 'd want around for the apocalypse.
The Incredible Hulk (aka Lou Ferrigno) wants your best computer destruction video -- and you could win some cash for it. A man builds a quadcopter out of a dead ostrich... um, gross! And the inventors of the Firefly Guitar Pick swing by the CNET studios to give us a live demo of the first smart guitar pick. All that and more on this week's Crave podcast.
This week on Crave, smash up some computers for a chance to win cash. Also, we take a trip around Saturn and demo the world's first smart guitar pick.
The tactical sci-fi game is coming to PC, Mac, iPhone and iPad next year, but Android isn't yet on the cards, the developer tells CNET.
Hulkamania runs wild at E3 2011. Brian Tong flexes with the wrestling legend to talk pythons, pistols, and toothpicks.
New hardware advancements, build materials, and connected devices are taking smartphones in exciting directions. Here's what's happening now.
Apparently Lou Ferrigno doesn't think promoting physical fitness requires turning off the game console... or creating a video that makes much sense. But it still manages to be awesome.
Marvel and Aurasma team up to give you a clever way to integrate DVD extra-style augmented reality features with print superhero comics.
Too busy to keep up with the tech news? Here are some of the more interesting stories from CNET for Thursday, June 9.
Oak Ridge labs is developing a "mesofluidic" hydraulic hand that can double the pinch strength of your fingers. Applications include remote disarming of explosives.