This year's CES brought more gaming news than usual, so we recruit Peter Brown from GameSpot to chat about Razer's Project Christine, Sony PlayStation Now, the latest Oculus Rift, and Valve's Steam Machine lineup.
On day three of CES 2014, Donald and Bridget discuss T-Mobile's big announcement and some of the more intriguing, lesser known products from the show.
A sleek rack and pop-out modules cooled with mineral oil...Razer's
bold vision for PC gaming rigs is one part Mac Pro, one part
steampunk, and extremely eye-catching.
CNET's Bridget Carey and Scott Stein look at the many flavors of health-tracking bracelets unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show.
What will the future of desktop PCs hold? Razer imagines its first desktop gaming PC at CES 2014, and its design is stupendous.
Project Christine is a concept custom-build PC system where you don't have to worry about breaking the components -- just click new units into place.
CNET's Donald Bell and Bridget Carey dive into the news getting the most buzz as the Consumer Electronics Show kicks off, including Samsung's bendable TV, 4K resolution screens and the Pebble Steel.
Everywhere you look at CES 2014, companies are promoting wearable technology. Here are some of the coolest items we've seen.
Imagine a Nike Fuelband that got text messages like a Pebble. Did we mention it has dual screens?
Can a fitness band with notifications be the perfect blend...and can Razer be the company to make it? A peek at the Nabu.
Apple stores use Bluetooth to message your iPhone, Spotify may launch a free mobile streaming option next week, and we get a peek at Razer's leaked iPhone game controller.
Is the laptop, desktop, or tablet you plan to buy stuck with a last-gen CPU? That may be a reason to wait -- or a way to get a great deal. Here's how to tell.
Under pressure? These will deliver on time
With plenty of top-notch retailers offering digital gifts, you still have time to salvage your gift-giving reputation.