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OctoMadness: An incredible 3D-printed zoetrope

Wacky characters come to life through 64 3D-printed figures on a spinning carousel -- a traditional zoetrope in full 3D.

By July 7, 2015


​Jawbone Up3 and Move, hands-on: Heart rate in a tiny band

The Up3 is sleek and small and measures heart rate, and the Move is $50. Both are coming this month.

By November 4, 2014


AT&T Stadium offers high-tech way of rallying fans

AT&T installed a 130-foot interactive LED "fan experience board" in its namesake sports arena in Dallas.

By August 16, 2014


Kyocera Switch Back (Strobe)

We had some serious design complaints with the Kyocera Switch Back, but the QWERTY keyboard, youth-friendly features, and decent call quality should appeal to the text-crazed teenager.

By May 4, 2006

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Pepper spray and laser-armed drone receives first orders

A mining company has ordered 25 Desert Wolf Skunk unmanned aerial vehicles for breaking up riots with pepper spray and "blinding lasers."

By June 18, 2014


Hands-on with the Sparkbeats light-up iPhone case

This conversation-starter case leverages an iOS setting to flash wildly when you receive a call or text, no batteries required.

By May 21, 2014


Fly6 watches your back with video camera taillight

Combine a red taillight with an HD video camera and you can light up your biking rear while recording the antics of cars behind you.

By February 11, 2014


Wicked's Inferno isn't exactly a lightsaber, but who cares

We get hands-on time with the handheld Inferno and Lunar lasers, two powerful beams that can be used for all kinds of tricks.

By January 3, 2014


Google finishes 2,048-bit security upgrade for Web privacy

Prodded by "concerns about overbroad government surveillance," Google beat an end-of-year deadline to retire Web certificates with less secure 1,024-bit encryption keys.

By November 19, 2013


As Facebook buys Strobe, Tilde embraces its Web tech

Strobe worked hard on the open-source SproutCore technology, and Facebook likes it. CNET has learned that a startup called Tilde is working on commercializing it.

By November 9, 2011