CNET reports from the Detroit Auto Show 2014.
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Organic light-emitting diode-based TVs stole the spotlight at CES 2012, but there was plenty of other juicy TV news. Check out the full wrap-up from CNET's David Katzmaier and Ty Pendlebury.
PBS series "It's Okay To Be Smart" takes a look at how beer is made, and what external factors influence the final product.
A professor at UC Berkeley (in California's earthquake country) has created a prototype device that warns of pending quake-related rumbles and could be installed as easily as a home fire alarm.
Japanese telecom giant SoftBank has never sold a product from Sony's Xperia line of smartphones and tablets, so this would be a first.
Secret-keeper-in-chief David Byttow talks about why people love the app, why the definition of "secret" changes on the Internet, and whether people are jerks.
The Symphony All-In-One is, according to maker Bissell, so good at cleaning away germs that, well, its brand manager gets down and proves it. In the subway. There's a caveat though.
Researchers are trying a new approach to artificial intelligence: instead of demanding the AI be as intelligent as an adult, they're attempting to teach it as if it were a toddler (complete with childlike voice and CG renders). Yes, it's as creepy as it sounds, but we love it.
The New York attorney general wants more information on a handful of hosts that may be "flagrantly misusing" the platform.