The pocket-sized instant-print camera is affordable and fun, but not for everyone.
$15 (or more) for a flood sensor? Build your own for less than $5! This how to isn't for the squeamish, but if you've got the patience, you can save some money when adding leak detectors to your home.
This week we have still more freebies direct from the show floor, including a portable battery pack, fancy earbuds and a copy of an animated film.
We're testing out IFTTT in the CNET Smart Home, no ifs, ands or buts (well, actually, make that a lot of ifs).
What's the next best thing to attending CES? Getting a bunch of swag straight from the show floor.
Though it's popular with an in crowd of entertainers, politicos and hipsters, the microblogging service is having a hard time getting regular people to join. That's a problem, a big problem.
The Golf GTE plug-in hybrid is what you get when you combine the performance of Volkswagen's excellent GTI with the electric efficiency of the automaker's e-Golf.
Pluto is getting its groove on '60s-style with a stretch of icy plain filled with dramatically pitted surface formations.
Printing in 3D isn't just for people. A small herd of fortunate animals has received new beaks, legs, feet and faces through the power of 3D printing.
Project 2&4 combines the body of an open-wheel race car with the high-revving heart of a MotoGP racing bike.