From CNET Magazine: Hats, shirts, socks -- if you can wear it, there's a good chance it eventually will read your vital signs, show your stress levels and even tell you to cut back on your Thanksgiving turkey.
Here's hoping this Daft Punk Lego Ideas project will finally be made into an official set so fans "Around the World" can grab them for their own collections.
Hot summer days can make your car feel like a sauna on four wheels. Here are some quick tricks to keep it cool on hot days.
These dorky goggles shine near-infrared light to confuse computer vision systems. Are they the shades of the future?
With one of the planet's biggest technology parties just days away, CNET briefs you on all the gadgetry that CES 2014 could bring.
The weird, wild world of wearables is bound for a lot of chaos in Las Vegas. What will it all add up to? That's anyone's guess.
Oakland Raiders punter Chris Kluwe believes you can play football and wear Google's fascinating glasses. He's already been using them at practice. What next? Linebackers wearing them? Probably.
A three-year project out of McGill University results in a collection of 3D-printed prosthetic pieces that play music as the wearer dances.
Ty demos Sony's 3D visor, which we've dubbed the "Headman," while Scott shows us the OnLive Desktop, bringing cloud PC computing to the iPad.
This week, Ty demos Sony's strap-on 3D visor, which we've dubbed the "Headman," while Scott shows us how the OnLive Desktop brings cloud PC computing to the iPad. Also, check out a cool new laptop backpack, and find out what our favorite MacBook Air substitutes are.