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Shoppers are ponying up for this Fitbit-like RF-based wearable tech in surprising numbers.
Australian juice company Boost is giving away four bitcoins -- one a week, for four weeks -- to those who buy some juice and enter a code in the Boost app.
The set, which is at New York Toy Fair, will let you play soccer with these Battle-Cars.
Unleash your inner wizard with these Wizard Training Wands from Jakks Pacific that use motion sensors to track your movements.
Social network singled out in indictment charging 13 Russians with interfering with the US election.
Commentary: Samsung keeps insisting that Apple is always behind. With the release of the Galaxy S9, how true might that be?
Commentary: Recently, Microsoft began to feature its own name on Bing Translator. Perhaps it's time for the Bing brand to be retired.
It's now up to the courts to decide whether wrestling star John Cena can sell his new Ford GT supercar for a healthy profit.
You'll need to do a couple things to make your own Demon capable of that speed, though.
The US National Labor Relations Board says Google fired the author of a controversial diversity memo not to silence a dissenter, but over "unprotected discriminatory statements."
Commentary: My encounter with a bitcoin ATM four years ago turned $20 into a saga of frustration, forgetfulness and jackpots won and lost.
Elon Musk's rocket company has been working on getting satellite broadband off the ground for years. Now the Falcon 9 is set to launch the first test.
Will you finish them all before the Academy Awards on March 4?
The Sennheiser IE800 S throws a party for your ears.
New Mighty Muggs toys of C-3PO, Captain Phasma and Maz Kanata debut at Toy Fair 2018.
Commentary: Art like "Black Panther" overturns stereotypes to reclaim the past and reimagine the future. To understand the film's power, you need to understand Afrofuturism.
Vrooom! Car racing gets spiced up with augmented-reality effects shown off at Toy Fair 2018.
Schiit Loki is a four-band equalizer that lets you easily tweak the sound of your speakers, headphones and music.
And it sounds like it'll be a doozy.
In this edition of Ask Maggie, CNET's Marguerite Reardon breaks down what you need to know about the carrier practice of locking phones.