The Egyptian pyramids have long been one of the world's most awe-inspiring sites, and now universities around the world are using new technology to explore what's inside these monuments.
Even though smartphone shipments are expected to be up this year, research firm TrendForce says the future doesn't look good: vendors will face "serious challenges" as demand plateaus.
Commentary: Manufacturers are finding ways to breathe life into their new products, proving that smartphones haven't run out of ideas.
We are reaching a tipping point where your car will feature more processing power in the dashboard than your phone.
To make up for a lackluster 2014, we're expecting tablets in 2015 to bring it up a notch.
The new wave of cameras is changing how you use your phone and tablet; why are batteries so far behind the advancement of other technology? And are tablets already hitting their plateau?
The energy-efficient fifth-generation Core chips will enable fanless laptops that can be converted into tablets, and a handful of them are on the way.
HP has yet to announce anything official, but leaked photos of three tablets show us what to expect for its next generation of Slates.
Yeti, Sasquatch, Bigfoot; whatever name it goes by, the wild-dwelling beast-man of local legends still has yet to be proven to exist, according to science.
Think handsets have hit an innovative plateau? With a little imagination (and some wishful thinking), CNET explores what smartphones might look like in the not-so-distant future.