Snapchat changed its name to Snap and unveiled brightly colored sunglasses with a built-in video camera. They're called Snapchat Spectacles and you can buy them only at vending machines that pop up somewhere at random (like the bottom of the Grand Canyon), and typically fold up shop at the end of the day.
Naturally, CNET got our hands on a pair.
Lea Thompson, Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd reunited for the 30th anniversary of "Back to the Future" at the inaugural Silicon Valley Comic Con in San Jose, California.
Craig Federighi, head of software engineering at Apple, joined marketing chief Phil Schiller and top designer Jony Ive to explain in an exclusive interview why it took Apple four years to update the MacBook Pro -- and why we should care.
The CNET News team traveled around the world to see firsthand the role tech plays in the global refugee crisis. They sent back dozens of dispatches from Australia, the US and Europe, including Greece, where more than a million people running for their lives first reached safety.
Robotic exoskeletons are giving paraplegics a new view of the world around them -- eye level with everyone else.
They're just one of the things we looked at in our "Tech Enabled" series, which explores how tech is improving accessibility in ways that can change lives.
Stormtroopers showed up in force at the first Silicon Valley Comic Con in San Jose, California.
CES 2016 had it all, including a demonstration of VR for the porn market. CNET's Max Taves got up close and personal with the newest in adult entertainment.
Are you ready for a VR world? Here's everything you need to know about how it will soon affect your life.
Bill Hewlett's office, now housed in HP Labs, looks just as it did in the 1960s. This slideshow almost feels like a trip through time.