CTIA shows off what's new in smartphones, accessories, and all things mobile.
If you rearrange the letters in "Dodge Challenger," you can spell "Lo, charged legend." As it so happens, CNET's Antuan Goodwin was impressed with the powerful muscle car. You can also spell "charged LED dongle," but sadly, we didn't review one of those this week. But there's plenty more non-dongle fun in store in this week's gallery, so have at it.
This week on Crave, we entertain a captive audience of smartphone-loving frogs, teach a robot octopus to swim, and charge a dead cell phone with a skateboard. Plus, Harvard is looking for new innovations in soft robotics and director Steven Soderbergh re-envisions "Raiders of the Lost Ark," sans color.
We'll show you features that aren't so obvious in iOS 8, and why it's the best and the worst week ever for Apple.
The social network is tweaking its service after a rash of harassing and gruesome images and in an effort to bring more relevant information to people.
The stock closed above $100, which marks a record for the electronics giant when accounting for June's 7-for-1 stock split.
Sprint's new CEO has only been on the job four days and is already promising employees "disruptive" price cuts as soon as next week, according to a report from Light Reading. Will this move finally stem Sprint's subscriber losses?
You don't get to keep the game forever, but you do get unlimited single- and multiplayer action for a full 168 hours. Plus: two additional freebies!
Some impressive notebooks, a powerful tablet, and a striking-looking speaker are among this week's top picks by CNET's reviewers. Plus, the Grado Prestige Series SR325e headphones live up to their name, and the latest Modern Combat game is the best shooter on mobile. Check 'em out.
Another week over already? Sheesh! CNET editors reviewed a nifty podcast app, took a look at the updated PlayStation Vita Slim, and one car even earned an Editors' Choice Award.
Apple didn't exactly have a great week in the press, but was all the bad news really well-founded? Also, BlackBerry drops a major new phone, if only because it's huge.