Sometimes a product may seem like a crazy idea, but it goes on to far exceed expectations. These are the most surprising tech successes.
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If you're looking to upgrade your refrigerator's features and storage capabilities without splurging on a trendy design, this fridge fits the bill, but other fridges just like it offer considerably better value.
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.
Microsoft's Surface Book packs an alarmingly cool bendy-straw hinge, and Waterstones is taking Kindles off its shelves. All this and more in this week's CNET UK podcast.
Can Intel's review board help automakers improve future vehicle defense against cyberattacks?
The Draft Top is a handheld cutting tool that shears off the top of aluminum cans. The device turns regular beer cans into open-top drink containers.
Streaming-device maker Roku bets again that putting on blinders to anything but streaming video will make the difference when it faces off with fresh rival products from Apple, Amazon and Google.
Deactivation of the mobile newspaper viewer comes as the tech company expands its retail presence in the country.
Jeff Bezos says Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May are "worth a lot and they know it."
Scientists suggest that a fish's ability to quickly disperse oxygen through its body makes it the ultimate athlete. Oh yeah? Let's see a pirate perch go three rounds with Ronda Rousey.