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.
A gaming project that draws real blood when you take virtual damage takes a blow after Kickstarter suspends the campaign's funding.
NHL fans will have a new way to experience all the league has to offer with a brand new mobile app on Android and iOS platforms.
The TomTom Runner Cardio gives rival fitness trackers and smartwatches a run for their money with built-in GPS and heart rate monitoring.
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.