Can a $99 streaming-video box be your next game console? That all depends on your expectations.
While most of the tech promoted at CES 2014 was probably already on the must-have lists of technophiles, there are many items we simply didn't know we wanted or needed. Here are some of the most...interesting that we've seen.
At the 2014 Geneva auto show, automakers' design teams strut their stuff, bringing out concept cars that may herald a new production model, or just serve to get the public's attention.
Crave's Christopher MacManus takes a trot down memory lane with a tour of some of the oddest-looking gaming devices to come out this century.
In light of top-secret document leaks that show the U.S. government spied on people, the country's Director of National Intelligence launches a Tumblr blog for greater transparency.
Give Marissa Mayer credit for trying something new but there's a good reason why most quarterly financial conferences don't get televised.
What can you get for five bucks? A Christopher Walken impression, a singing telegram... magic lessons. And that's just the beginning. It's the premise behind Fiverr, a new Web site where a wide array of goods and services are priced at $5. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports.
The Ostrich Pillow Light dials down the extreme looks of the original strange pillow, but will still draw attention when you nap in public.
Tupsu is definitely one of the weirder physics puzzlers we've seen. But that doesn't mean it isn't fun.