Capacitive touch devices keep getting better and better, but the next step of natural interaction is to get rid of touch altogether.
HTC, Samsung and Toshiba find glove in a hopeless place with the Gluuv, Fingers, and Digit, this year's handiest April Fools' pranks.
For the last part of winter, Crave's Eric Mack went "head-on" with a UClear Bluetooth headset system to turn his ski helmet into a mobile command center on the mountain.
CNET reporter Jay Greene, an avid skier, hit the slopes to try three pricey goggles with heads-up displays showing his speed and distance. Glitches in both the hardware and software led him to a much cheaper, more reliable alternative.
The holidays are almost here. And CNET's Marguerite Reardon in this edition of Ask Maggie suggests several iPhone 5 accessories that would make great gifts this season.
If you're skint from hoovering up lovely tech in 2012, here's 10 thrifty gadget gifts for your Crimbo shopping list.
A brace of BlackBerry news -- phones with BlackBerry 10 are due early next year, while BBM gets free calls over a Wi-Fi connection.
On today's episode of The 404 Show, we'll run through Time Magazine's best inventions of 2012, check out the nastiest nicknames for the Presidential candidates, and address the rumors of an incoming Xbox Surface tablet.
Is it a prank or perhaps just a designer's exercise in developing a concept? Regardless, it's a toothsome idea that's been skillfully rendered.
Find out how to make your favorite pair of gloves touch-screen-friendly with this easy (and inexpensive) hack.