Sensing eye movement and head motion, these smart fitness glasses from a Japanese eyewear company are aiming to reduce driving fatigue...and look completely normal.
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The Donald is running for president, but he could be just as likely to win "meme generator of a generation." CNET's Eric Mack says the Internet needs to step up its game first.
Stephen Colbert decides that seeing Donald Trump announce is too good to resist mocking. So he makes an announcement about Trump's announcement.
Technically Incorrect: There's Charlie Bit My Finger. There's a cat playing the piano. There's the Overly Attached Girlfriend. Still feel safe?
The suspended Patriots quarterback will have to sit at home for the first four games of next season thinking about what he's (allegedly) done. As always, the Internet swoops in to remind him.
Genevieve Bell, tech's most famous cultural anthropologist, believes the industry has a problem with all kinds of people -- not just women.
After much hype and a match that disappointed many, we have a new champion. But as per usual, the Internet is the real victor.
The divisive dress that smothered social media is enshrined on a man's leg as a permanent monument to the frock's fleeting Internet fame.
Japanese eyewear company Jins has smart glasses that track posture, eye movement and how fatigued your eyes are; we tried them on our weary faces at CES 2015.
We're all about bringing people together during the holidays, but we're not sure UAVs carrying mistletoe around a crowded restaurant (and trying to get people to kiss under it) is the way to do it. Hold the onions and garlic on your orders!