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Jeff Bradley, head of AT&T's devices business, talks to CNET at CES 2015 about the huge growth of wearables and what it will take to make them stick.
Apple didn't so much introduce new products as try to persuade people to change their behavior. Are people that malleable?
This weekend sees the debut of "Climate Ringing," a sonic representation of rising temperatures over the last century, played on bronze bells and derived from NASA data.
The message to developers at Google's I/O fest this year was crystal clear: Android software will power everything from phones and cars to TVs and beyond.
A foldable e-paper smartphone concept adjusts how it displays information based on the configuration of folds between its three screens.
Biomedical researchers in China are taking a page from Hollywood, kind of, by using liquid metal to bridge the gap between the two ends of a cut nerve.
The Lathon 3D printer has two print heads that operate in sync for integrated two-colour or cross-material prints.
Don't call Luca Iaconi-Stewart crazy. He'll do that himself. He built a gorgeous scale model of a Boeing 777-300ER, entirely out of manila folders. Now he tells CNET why he did it.
Mangia! A collaboration between pasta maker Barilla and research organization TNO envisions restaurants where you can 3D-print your own pasta shapes for a custom meal.
A fascinating experiment suggests that man predominantly use dating Web sites to hook up and prefer women who admit they're cheating. The reverse experiment has very different results.