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The laptop you could fry a steak on

Usually, you want to keep laptops cool. An industrial designer comes up with an idea for one that does exactly the opposite.

By October 9, 2014


No peeking necessary with light-up steak thermometer

The SteakChamp Thermometer offers simple operation. Calibrated for detecting doneness, each thermometer lights up when steak is ready.

By June 10, 2014


Food fight! CNET agrees to disagree about sous vide

Some of us think cooking sealed food in carefully heated water baths is the next big thing. Others... aren't so convinced.

By November 23, 2015


15 clever ways to use coffee around the house

There's more to coffee than a caffeine kick.

By November 16, 2015


How to create custom Amazon Echo voice commands for Alexa

With a little help from IFTTT, you can program your own commands for Amazon Echo that'll have Alexa doing your bidding. Here's the step-by-step on how to do it.

By November 16, 2015


The CNET Smart Home kitchen: Giving brains to the heart of the home

We added devices and used apps in the kitchen of the CNET Smart Home's kitchen that would enhance the entire experience of gathering in the kitchen, from cooking and eating a meal to entertaining guests.

By November 13, 2015


Set the world on fire with a real, flaming Fallout 4 sword

Make Magazine's Controlled Chaos shows how to make a working "Shishkebab" weapon right in the comfort of your own home. Your flammable and (hopefully) heavily insured home.

By November 12, 2015


Reviewing the tech of 'Back to the Future'

Would the tech in the 2015 of 'BTTF' have survived our rigorous CNET testing process? We've reviewed everything from the Holomax to self-lacing Nikes.

By October 21, 2015


Eat your food like Darth Vader with lightsaber cutlery

Even if you aren't a Sith Lord, you can still dine like one with Star Wars lightsaber cutlery sets and graters from Underground Toys. Bantha steaks not included.

By September 30, 2015


Clarkson and the 'Top Gear' team are 'very, very, very expensive' says Amazon boss

Jeff Bezos says Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May are "worth a lot and they know it."

By August 17, 2015