Bridget Carey and Jeff Bakalar sift through some of the more questionable tech at CES 2016 and ask "would you really use this?"
Technically Incorrect: On Twitter, Matias Duarte expresses a certain lack of admiration for Microsoft's new marquee software.
With the CH4 wearable, now on Kickstarter, the quantified-self movement may have just jumped the shark. Or perhaps flatulence truly is a data gold mine.
The European Commission asks Apple and labels to explain their pacts for the relaunch of Beats Music to see if they're trying to crimp free offerings from streaming rivals like Spotify, a report says.
Technically Incorrect: The GoDaddy Super Bowl ad, which mocked Budweiser's puppy ads, should have aired, says the famous driver and GoDaddy spokeswoman.
The search giant is granted a patent for a "fragrance emission device" that would sense when you have B.O. and steer you away from any friends who might be nearby at the time.
"First Sniff," an adorable spoof of the viral "First Kiss" ad masked as art, replaces humans with dogs, proving that people aren't the only ones who can't keep their paws off each other.
Can a sniff of powder believed to be used by witches in the Middle Ages turn you into a zombie at the beck and call of your attacker? Maybe so, three arrests in Paris indicate.
As we welcome spring flowers and blooming trees, some of us also say hello to itchy eyes, runny noses, and a persistent cough. But instead of just reaching for tissue, seasonal allergy sufferers can reach for their phones loaded with these handy allergy tracking apps. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports in this Tech Minute.
Denim doyen Brandon Svarc of Naked & Famous has created a line of Teflon-coated jeans that release a minty fresh aroma when you scratch the fabric.