Everyone knows a dud when they see it and CNET reviewers have seen a lot of them so far this year.
People who've lost their vision to retinal disease may soon benefit from research into ways to stimulate optic nerves.
Researchers at MIT Media Lab have developed device that "reads minds" and alerts wearers to emotional state of person they're talking to.
Shai Agassi, executive board member and president of products and technology at SAP.
Sprint Family Locator uses GPS technology to pinpoint the location of a phone and display it on a map.
Photographs taken by Jack London show the devastation of the San Francisco earthquake and subsequent fires.
Thin, light LifeBook Q2010 laptop is part of line for traveling executives.
First-generation DVD players and recorders featuring the two competing high-definition formats, HD DVD and Blu-ray.
Google has new search tools for business--the Google Search Appliance and an upgraded Google Mini.
Carnegie Mellon's School of Computer Science pays homage to Sony's robot pup and several movie robots.
Company commemorates Earth Day by flipping the switch on a solar electric system for its Silicon Valley campus.
The 17-inch MacBook Pro, which features Intel's Duo dual-core chip, is similiar to the 15-inch model.
The new Kodak V610 is a Bluetooth-enabled, dual lens, 10x zoom digital camera.
Nokia blurs the telephone lines with its upcoming mobile phones that feature a phone-camcorder, cameras and songs.
Microsoft's Mike Schackwitz works under the Hotmail hood.