Cutting-edge in tech today may be all about wearables and the connected home, but your smartphone is stepping in to control them all.
Despite rumors to the contrary, the CD format is still alive and kicking.
After hearing from consumers, the company says it's planning to make design improvements to its Elements diapers.
Microsoft introduces a holographic system baked into Windows 10, along with more mundane features such as universal applications and Cortana as a personal assistant.
The ever-present "123456" takes the top spot, but it has some equally terrible company on the annual list of worst passwords people are still using.
The portable keyboard has been reinvented once again, this time as the TextBlade, a miniscule magnetic click-together gadget with multitouch keys.
In the age of the selfie, Intel has created an even more impressive and permanent keepsake. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on the tech behind this coveted souvenir at this year's Consumer Electronic Show.
At CES 2015, the device-maker lays out plans to go way, way beyond its smartphone persona and into gadgets for health and home.
The Tyia wearable features a leather strap and a mother of pearl finish that flashes custom colours depending on the notification.
NASA unveils a video of "holiday lights on the sun" showing our closest star, clearly feeling festive, spitting out a powerful solar flare.