It's our Season 4 premiere, and we finally get to unbox the Galaxy S4! Plus, we're kicking off an epic summer season of road tests, vacation torture tests, and future tech. Buckle up.
One man's pitch-perfect vision of a Lego video game/"Breaking Bad" crossover will make you beg for it to become reality. Too bad that will never happen.
With several major automakers showing their latest electronics integration and suppliers displaying new products for manufacturers and the aftermarket, CES 2013 promises to host a significant car component.
With its mobile contact center, a startup called Needle is showcasing just how easy it is these days for young companies to set up shop just about anywhere. Including in a giant RV.
Road Trip 2011: CNET gets a rare behind-the-scenes look at the operations of the Eurotunnel, the longest underwater tunnel in the world, and it's not just the Eurostar. It's trucks, cars, and even dogs.
The 2012 Genesis R-Spec has a new look and a new engine. The 5.0-liter direct injection V-8 engine is now available with the 5.0 R-Spec model.
RVs need GPS love, too. The new RV-specific Rand McNally TripMaker RVND 5510 GPS will be right at home on the dashboard of a motor home.
And don't miss today's bonus deal: a 2nd-gen Kindle 3G for $89.99 (sellout risk: huge).
The Outdoor Great Room Company Stainless Steel 20-Inch Electric Cook Number Grill offers an easy way for anyone to grill. Portable and electric, the flameless grill features a unique number system for consistent grilling.
After two solid hours of live coverage of the Steve Jobs keynote at WWDC, we dissect the announcement and offer you all the takeaways. Oh, and that's not the only tech news. How about HTC Evo's record breaking launch, HP printers getting their own email addresses, and a look into the mysterious insignia printed inside Mark Zuckerberg's sweatshirt.