CNET gets a hands-on look at some of Nokia's latest concept devices and apps as the company celebrates its research center's 25th anniversary.
In this week's episode, we manhandle a MacBook, let some San Franciscans try out the LG Optimus G Pro, and explore the newest ways you can find out all the stuff about your body you never wanted to know.
With $20 and a little elbow grease, iPhone app developer Todd Bernhard hooked his iPad up with a tough-ass case fit for any man.
This coiled, flexible sync cable/stand promises to hold your iPhone at any angle, but sometimes it falls down on the job.
Lenovo's 5.5-inch K900 phone appears to be the first smartphone to use new Intel dual-core phone chip.
At Audi Winter Driving Experience Intensive Training, drifting, slaloming, and racing are par for the course.
CNET takes a trip to Nokia's U.S. headquarters to get a glimpse at the future of smartphones, as imagined by the Nokia Research Center.
I got to kick the tires on Willow Garage's Texai robot, piloting it around the company's offices in Menlo Park, Calif. The Texai emphasizes man over machine.
If you've got 30 seconds and a wire hanger to spare, you've got the makings of a sturdy (and free) DIY stand.
The second Crave podcast features marvelous guest-hosting from Jason Howell and Eric Franklin along with a look at some of to kookiest posts on Crave this week.