Golly bob howdy, did we see some stuff this week! Headphones? Check. A 3D printer? Yep. Three-toed sloth with cybernetic implants? Well, no, but you can't have everything. Let's kick things off with a winner of the CNET Editors' Choice Award.
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With a wide usable temperature range and a surprising amount of space, the Frigidaire FGTR1845QF makes for a solid budget option. Even so, you can find easier-to-use fridges with slightly better performance for less.
Whirlpool unveils a new washer and dryer unit at CES 2015 complete with connected features and a touchscreen display.
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The world's largest software maker has to convince developers to write apps for the new version of its widely used operating system. But it also needs to win over customers, from consumers to businesses. That's no simple task.
The Backyard Flat Top Grill offers a nice alternative to open-flame cooking. The flat cooking surface is designed to make everything from breakfast to dinner.
The thinnest laptop from Apple may not be the best for you (yet).
This simple fridge looks pretty spiffy for a basic top freezer model, and its capacity added up to more than we thought it would.
Round, curvy and two-faced: five phones that broke the mold and dared to be different.
Brian Cooley offers up the top five technologies we need Apple and Google to fix.
Donald Bell ranks his favorite episodes of Top 5 during his 3-year run as its host.