Few innovations under the hood have become as ubiquitous as variable valve timing. Automakers brag about it all the time, but seldom explain it. So Brian Cooley's here to do just that.
If you're here at CES in Las Vegas, you'll quickly find out just how overwhelming the show floor can be. Here are the hot spots you won't want to miss.
Starved for a little social contact? The face of a robot or doll will seem more alive to you than to someone with a brimming social life.
Coast Guard tests electronic navigation aids that could help mariners navigate even the lowest-visibility conditions.
Makers of wearables are looking for new things to track about your body, even if they need to poke inside it.
As the Australian Government releases a broadband speed tester allowing users to check download speeds, one expert doubts how effective such tools can be.
Citing research from New Zealand and his own observation of Lego's Zombie characters and Monster Fighters, Poland's Father Slawomir Kostrzewa warns that children are being led into a world of death and darkness by the formerly lovable toy.
The answer, just like the new plan, is complicated. CNET breaks it down for you.
With its sensors, Tinke users can track four wellness factors -- and do so at rest, when they can measure their true fitness.
The show hasn't even started yet, but the gadget news is already flooding in at CES. We sum up the most interesting tech innovations we saw today.