While it's not the best value or sexiest-looking television, the Panasonic VT60 is an excellent screen.
The flood of electric cars makes noise -- or lack thereof -- a problem for pedestrians who may not see or hear you.
In this video we take a first look at the Nokia Asha 501. It has a 3-inch touchscreen and a colourful design but only uses 2G data. It's cheap though, to help it appeal to emerging markets.
Straight-edged and stuffed with a shockingly bright flash, the 928 is an advanced Windows 8 phone for a very good price.
There's a lot to recommend in the X20, especially if you're looking
for a more old-school shooting experience in a digital compact or want
an optical viewfinder and can't afford the X100S.
Microsoft wants to change the way we watch TV, change channels and switch between different media with the new Xbox One. CNET's Sumi Das on how the voice and motion controls are integrated with the TV viewing experience.
Samsung's best-performing TV ever, the PNF8500 series pushes the plasma picture quality envelope, especially in bright rooms.
The Nook HD and HD+ may not be fully 'open' Android tablets, but they're now much more open.
Call it an ultrabook, but Acer's latest 11-inch computer's really a tablet with its own keyboard case.
The $40 Jax look like a $20 model but match the sound quality of some $75-$100 models.
Samsung's WatchOn app and the S4's IR blaster give you control over your TV, set-top box, and more. Plus, the app's programming guide puts all of your favorite shows at your fingertips.
Whoa there, speed demon -- For $199, Cobra iRadar Atom keeps you in the know about local speed trackers around your area.
This week on Crave, we take a look at a concept phone that can change its shape when you get a notification. Plus, Microsoft shows off the IllumiRoom projector that puts gamers inside
video games and we play another round of "Into It Not Into It"!
Now that the Major League Baseball season is in full swing, it's time to get in the game with a few handy smartphone and tablet apps. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on how easy it is to follow your favorite team on your mobile device.
Rumors point to production that lines up with a fall release, Apple gets an invisible-button patent, and Apple's audio splitter of the future.