Peripheral devices can enhance your digital life and make great gifts for your loved ones this holiday season. These are the top peripherals that deserve a spot on your gift list.
With its iris-scanning technology, the Eyelock Myris delivers more security than just a simple password. CNET takes a closer look.
Eyelock's iris scanning technology makes biometrics security more affordable to consumers, even if it needs a little time to mature.
Have a nice headset and fightstick for your existing console? Will those work on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4? We break down what works and what you'll have to replace for the move the new generation.
The first-ever CNET and GameSpot video series collaboration continues with a next-generation console discussion about legacy headsets and peripherals.
Virtual reality is actually real, and it's finally here. But there's a lot of work that needs to be done before it's ready to be experienced by everyone.
The $50 K480 can connect to three different Bluetooth wireless devices at once, whether they're Windows, Mac or Chrome OS computers, or Android, Windows, and iOS tablets or smartphones.
This pocket-sized Bluetooth device is able to project a keyboard on a flat surface, but it doesn't work well as it should.
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CNET editor Dong Ngo explains the USB standard and the significance of the latest USB Type-C.
"Patin" is a robot with a socket that allows you to swap out peripherals, and creator Flower Robotics plans to release an Android SDK for developers, unleashing an infinite number of possibilities for potential accessories. Our robot future is on the horizon...