A newly developed robot is capable of performing soft-tissue surgery, and indeed performed better on tests than a human surgeon.
Dyson's given the humble hairdryer a makeover. CNET's coiffure-conscious editors find out whether the company's new 'dryer is worth the fuss.
Carriers are always spouting numbers and stats that "prove" they have the best network. CNET rides along with RootMetrics for a day to see what it takes to get the real answers.
Warranty-seller SquareTrade abused the latest smartphones from Samsung and Apple and found the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge survive dunking better, but not without some sonic scars.
We'd planned on doing this test ourselves, but ricin and willing interns are harder to come by than you might think.
Theo the Goldendoodle tests the newest dog tech.
Watch "Greatest Shooter of All Time" Jerry Miculek test a homemade solid titanium version of Captain America's famous round shield.
The company's employees have dreamed up some new gadgets and software, but most will probably never hit the market.
The ride-hailing app wants to cut down on the time drivers waste, idling at the curb.
The Japanese car-maker, which last week confessed to falsifying fuel tests for over half a million vehicles, has established a committee to investigate a quarter-century of cheating.