Using Formula 1 scoring, which wacky racer would mount the podium as the overall winner of the classic cartoon?
This helmet-like wearable from myBrain making its debut at CES measures your brain waves and uses music and meditation to help you mellow out.
A bizarre high-tech bra prototype inspired by "Frozen" needs two people to touch each other to change colors and patterns.
Colin Furze, the crazy inventor of Magneto boots, Wolverine claws, and a Pyro flamethrower, is back with a crazy new stunt straight out of the world of "Monty Python."
We're getting ready to live in a world where it's less about taking care of our homes, and more about our homes taking care of us. But will that come in the form of robot maids or intelligent homes?
From wearables to the wacky, a slew of new gadgets will make their debut at this year's CES. CNET's Kara Tsuboi gives us a preview of some of the major tech trends, like smart home devices and automated cars, that we can expect to see at the big show.
There should be no shortage of tablets and smartphones at the annual Las Vegas show, though not the blockbusters of yesterday.
The next wave of wearables takes tracking to new levels. The GoBe knows your calorie intake, Gymwatch measures over 900 workouts, and Misfit Shine goes solar. But maybe not all accessories need smarts -- like belts.
If there's an iPad on your face, a communicator on your chest and a giant drumstick on your ear, then you must be exploring the wacky world of unusual mobile gadgets.
Win our first freebie of 2015, a touchscreen conversation piece of a watch from Tokyo Flash, known for its geeky timepieces.