CTIA shows off what's new in smartphones, accessories, and all things mobile.
Phones, a game, and a great smartwatch to keep you entertained and connected this holiday season. Plus two fantastic headphones, both on-ear and one Bluetooth.
With Thanksgiving just a few weeks away, it's time to start planning that big Turkey Day feast. Whether you're a novice cook or a semiprofessional chef, CNET's Kara Tsuboi has some app and tech recommendations to ensure a seamless -- and delicious -- holiday dinner.
Keith Law gets into a Twitter debate with former pitcher Curt Schilling on the subject of evolution vs. creationism. ESPN confirms Law's Twitter use has been suspended but won't say why.
Another week, another cornucopia of stuff crossing the desks of various CNET editors, which is good, because they're pretty much all out of leftover Halloween candy. This week's assortment covers products for audio, video, and being outside.
This clever Kickstarter project leverages your existing case to provide a secure, inexpensive strap.
The latest flavor of Google's mobile operating system will start hitting LG's latest flagship phone this week -- albeit in Poland -- with other key regions slated for "the near future."
So what do we think of the Google Nexus 9, the first tablet to run Android Lollipop 5.0? Yeah, it's pretty great. The Sony PlayStation 4 is has a slight edge over the Xbox One. CNET's reviewers also found "the most affordable way to enjoy 3D printing," great waterproof phones and more earphones. (Keep those out of the water though). Enjoy.
The new smartphone, set to debut Tuesday, drops the Nokia logo and marks a new chapter for the Lumia family of mobile devices.
You know, it's spooky how many products the CNET crew reviewed this week (federal law requires that a lame Halloween reference is included in at least one thing today, so there you go). From phones to laptops to "the best image editor on the iPad," there's all kinds of stuff to ogle.
In the space of a week, the largest sunspot seen in 24 years has erupted in six massive flares, five of which were categorised X-class.