Special telepresence machines outfitted with cameras and displays means people with physical disabilities have a chance to experience museums just like everyone else.
The world is a different place a decade after Apple introduced its popular smartphone -- in both good and bad ways.
For its CES technology demonstration, BMW managed to make an image that appears to float in the air react to touch inputs, and even give haptic feedback to the user.
The document-leaking organization proposes a database to track verified users' personal details, like political party, family members and financial ties.
The CIA, FBI and NSA agree in a declassified report that Putin ordered Russia's cybercampaign against Clinton and pro Trump.
My inner middle-schooler is geeking out so hard right now.
Built as a racing mech, Prosthesis is simply crazy to take in, and it's even crazier to watch the owner hop in.
Your next wireless boost is about more than faster movie-streaming. Qualcomm is buzzing about 5G as the key to our future connectivity.
The civil-rights leader calls on the ride-hailing company to release diversity figures on its workforce, as Apple, Facebook and others have done.
They still would need Justice Department approval of the $85 billion deal.
The 2016 state law violates free-speech protections, according to the Amazon-owned database of people in the entertainment industry.
Campbell Brown will try to be the social network's tie that binds it to the media.
CNET talks to the "Parks and Rec" star about being a craftsman in a world of social media distraction and increasing automation.
Calling his Friday meeting with intelligence officials "constructive," Donald Trump only vaguely acknowledges Russia's hacking powers.
A video reveals how Industrial Light and Magic used actors and CGI to make characters look as they did back in 1977.
CNET's Brian Tong takes you to the best spots on the show floor from LG, Sony and Intel.
Its CES 2017 previews focus on proving airtight end-to-end security for the next generation of connected cars.
Check out a Mars-orbiting spacecraft's striking view of Earth from 127 million miles away.
At CES 2017, Bose demonstrates how its seat suspension technology could be adapted for passenger cars.
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