As part of Road Trip 2015, CNET sits down in Ho Chi Minh City with the CEO of Misfit Wearables to talk about the Vietnam tech scene and why the fitness tracker is making a big bet on the country.
The goal of the software maker's flagship product is to renew faith in the Windows world.
Virtual assistants have become commonplace in modern technology, but Microsoft thinks it knows how to push its Cortana a step beyond the rest.
One of the most anticipated phones of 2015 is finally official; most Android phones can be hacked with a single MMS right now; and Samsung releases the coolest display with a wireless charging pad.
Pronounced "cross-point", this is a new class of memory that can be used both as RAM and storage.
The online retailer hopes curated playlists at a lower annual price tag will lure Brits away from Apple Music and Spotify.
Watch out, Android owners. A security firm says it only takes one malicious text message to spy on your phone and steal personal data. Google has a fix, but when will it be coming to your phone?
Over 1,000 experts in robotics have signed an open letter in a bid to prevent a "global AI arms race".
Road Trip 2015: The second half of a two-part series about Vietnam's startup scene takes a deeper look at some rare success stories and how the country is fostering -- and hindering -- its homegrown tech community.
The country is trying to become a bigger player in the tech world by encouraging startups. CNET visits some of these Vietnamese companies during Road Trip 2015.
With its biggest hardware gamble a failure and Windows 10 about to arrive, the software maker is pressed to prove what it can achieve in the phone business.
Road Trip 2015: The first in a two-part series on Vietnam's startup scene and how the government is trying to rev up investment and interest in businesses that hope to be the next viral hit.
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