At $280, the Vortex is a good deal for a rugged phone, but those looking for a high-end Android phone should look elsewhere.
Compact and fast, the Transcend ESD200 is an excellent storage and backup extension for your USB 3.0-enabled laptop.
The Internet TV provider misses out on the most high-profile Emmy awards it could have won after its nominations broke ground for online programs, but walking away without those statues isn't losing much.
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Matter and antimatter would meet at nearly light speed in the International Linear Collider, an ambitious multibillion-dollar project to probe the nature of dark matter and energy.
CNET's TV editor David Katzmaier shares his top TV picks of the season. CNET's Cheapskate Rick Broida reveals the best time to shop for that new TV and Darold Rydl from Woot.com explains Woot's popular "Bag of Crap".
Nintendo's 3DS and Sony's PlayStation Vita have taken on very different roles since their respective launches. Here's why you should still care about the ever-changing portable gaming landscape.
CNET Reviews Editor in Chief Lindsey Turrentine explains which products get her team excited even during a slow hardware release week. Hint: They have magnets, and one is a bag full of speakers.
With software now king and tech giants staying away, how is the Consumer Electronics Show still relevant?