(Source: cnet.com) TVs that rise out of a credenza. Robot legs that help you walk. A wand that “erases” skin blemishes. A tasty burger with
(Source: cnet.com) The Galaxy S10 could run up to 45 percent faster than the Galaxy S9 when Samsung unveils its next flagship phone on Feb.
(Source: cnet.com) Angela Lang/CNET Apple’s $29 battery replacement program may have seriously dinged sales of its 2018 iPhone models. The company replaced 11 million iPhone
(Source: cnet.com) Angela Lang/CNET Mixed-reality headsets like the Magic Leap One and Microsoft HoloLens cost thousands of dollars. Even smart glasses like the Vuzix Blade cost around
(Source: cnet.com) Angela Lang/CNET Dialog Semiconductor reported on Monday that its quarterly sales projection would be at the low end of its target. The German
(Source: cnet.com) With its abundance of companies promising to help you stay fit, eat healthier or measure your [insert whatever biometric reading here] more accurately,
(Source: cnet.com) Angela Lang/CNET Do you fantasize about the days when little clamshell PDA devices were all the rage? At last year’s CES in Las
(Source: cnet.com) Though it’s not usually something you can buy at your local store, hearing aids and associated devices are nonetheless out in full force
(Source: cnet.com) Angela Lang/CNET Lightning crackled on the red screen as thunder roared over the speakers. The room lights went dark as spotlights swiveled about.
(Source: cnet.com) Angela Lang/CNET There was a moment at Samsung’s developer conference in November that tried to tease us with a glimpse of the future.