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Samsung's Galaxy A8 is the company's slimmest yet (pictures)

The latest smartphone from the Korean giant boasts a 5.9mm-thick frame and dual-SIM 4G support.

10 Images By July 23, 2015


Sony's new 4K set is its slimmest LED TV to date

The XBR-X900C is Sony's thinnest LED TV yet -- at its thinnest point, at least. We go eyes-on at CES 2015.

By January 5, 2015


The thinnest and lightest small tablets

These slates are so small, sleek and thin, they'd give any top models a run for their money.

By October 5, 2015


CandyShell Wrap: Speck debuts first folio case for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus

Speck's made some nice folio cases for iPads, but the CandyShell Wrap is its first screen-protecting folio case for iPhones.

By July 28, 2015


Samsung unleashes its thinnest phone ever with Galaxy A8

The new phone is only .23 inches or 5.9 milimeters thin yet still packs a fingerprint sensor and a hefty 3,050mAh battery.

By July 15, 2015


Jawbone Up2, Up3 and Up4 debuting this year: heart rate, mobile payments, new designs (hands-on)

A trio of new Jawbone fitness bands are on their way: two coming soon, one later this summer. They're slimmer, and they're ambitious. And we have two of them here to review.

By April 15, 2015


Cheap LTE phone Trooper leads Kazam's charge in battle to beat rivals

The plucky smartphone maker, which was founded by ex-HTC execs, today rolls out a host of new devices it hopes will lure shoppers away from Samsung.

By February 24, 2015


11 must-see videos from CES 2015

CES 2015 brought us tons of new gadgets and updates to some of our favorite tech products. Join CNET TV for a tour of the top videos from the show floor.

By January 8, 2015


What mattered on Press Day at CES 2015

Before the doors open to the public, CES 2015 has kicked off with Press Day -- a day full of major announcements, flagship products and new innovations. Here's everything you need to know from the show floor.

By January 5, 2015


High-tech rooftop mirrors bounce sun's heat back into space

Stanford researchers suggest a unique place to store excess heat -- the coldness of outer space -- which could help keep buildings cooler and help save energy.

By December 4, 2014