At CES 2014 in Las Vegas, CNET's Daniel Terdiman gives us a first look at the Zepp Multi-Sport Sensor, a device that helps you with your baseball, golf, or tennis swing.
Plenty of great deals to kick off your week.
HP chief Meg Whitman says the the breadth of market acceptance of Chromebooks is encouraging.
The actress has signed on for a multi-picture movie deal that aims to give Wonder Woman her very own film, finally.
Shapify uses a Microsoft Kinect to 3D scan you, then prints you out for a low price. Plus, robot cowboys on the range.
In the fifth and final day of the Chromebook experiment, Nic Healey is ready to get back to a more traditional computing experience.
Amid reports that the iPhone 6 will boost its display size, analyst Brian White says he's confident the screen will approach 5 inches.
The release date of a cheaper iPhone and of the iPhone 5S is all but certain. So what's the big deal? And a champagne color? Really?! CNET explains.
Google executive Huga Barra said that Google's Nexus family of devices will be the first to get the new version of Jellybean Android 4.3, but the Google Play Edition phones will have to wait a little while.
Samsung is flaunting its curves with a new 55-inch OLED HDTV, Samsung's first curved TV.