Antennas built for human heads, arms that double as tattoo guns, lenses that go way beyond 20/20 vision... These applied technologies are not to be missed.
The new flick from "House of Flying Daggers" director Zhang Yimou, China's biggest ever movie, shows how Hollywood is looking east.
Embarrassed by her sloppy handwriting in the age of keyboards, CNET contributor Gael Fashingbauer Cooper turns to the experts. Can her penmanship be saved?
Get a behind-closed-doors look at the soon-to-open first Apple Store in Brooklyn.
The Apple store is the most recent addition, after Whole Foods and Equinox, to the ever more upscale area.
Scientists in Belgium turned urine from festival goers into drinkable water for the purposes of making beer. But would you drink it?
The new Apple Store will take up residence in the underground transit hub servicing Manhattan's downtown area.
Generally, we don't love 3D at the movies, but if this team at MIT can make high-quality 3D happen someday, we're listening.
A team at MIT suggests a way to create high quality, glasses-free 3D for movie theater screens; also, a new Magic Leap demo appears (but we're still waiting to see the official hardware).
The crew of Exploration Vessel Nautilus was amazed and delighted to find a strange, small purple orb off the coast of California's Channel Islands. Watch as they observe and then retrieve the orb for testing.
Lorelai and Rory will start in with the sassiness right after Thanksgiving, so fans have something new to be thankful for this year.
The legendary mobile music machine was everywhere in the 1980s and 1990s, and now you can own more than you'll ever have room for.
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