The heart of Nintendo's new console isn't the Switch
12 million declassified CIA files are now available online
NASA's Curiosity finds new water evidence in possible cracked mud
Mark Zuckerberg defends Oculus in court against VR rival
'Final Fantasy XV' tricked me into buying Cup Noodles
Ben Heck's vintage Japanese arcade mod
This week, the team rebuilds an aging Pachinko gambling machine.
After Math: Wanna get away?
Anywhere is better than here.
South Korea's sound barrier-chasing train, and more in the week that was
In other news, Tesla's Gigafactory gears up to manufacture parts for the Model 3.
'Terminator' reboot will have James Cameron's oversight
The sci-fi franchise could get a much-needed revival.
'The Division' upgrade raises the stakes for veteran players
Version 1.6 includes a much larger Dark Zone and an extra-tough difficulty level.
Amazon made a Dash button just for boxes of assorted candy
Great for when you want chocolate in two days.
Snowden's preferred email provider, Lavabit, has been resurrected
And it's even more secure than before.
Tesla's big Autopilot update is now active on newer cars
You'll finally see those new semi-autonomous features in action.
Apple is reportedly reinventing the iPhone's fingerprint reader
It may also introduce more advanced 3D Touch.
Google rolls out Instant Tethering for your Android devices
But only Pixel and Nexus hardware can access the feature for now.
Shia LaBeouf starts a 4-year livestream to protest Trump
Jaden Smith is also involved in the ambitious art project.
An electric scooter is the perfect vehicle for quick jaunts
How I defeated the taxi lines of CES with the Genze.
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Styr's system of health gadgets exists to sell you supplements
The ecosystem includes a wearable step-tracker, connected scale and smart bottle.
Obama's legacy: The most tech-savvy president
He opened the door for Silicon Valley nerdiness in the White House.
ICYMI: A soft robot sleeve to keep your heart going
No Temple of Doom doctoring required.
The Morning After: Weekend Edition
CBS and Paramount settle lawsuit with 'Star Trek' fan film
Axanar Productions can finish its 'Star Trek' film if it plays by CBS' rules.
'Inside' team teases its next project following company turmoil
Given the studio's history it's anyone's guess when we'll learn more about the game.
The US Army successfully flies its hoverbike prototype
How to follow the Obamas after they leave the White House
They'll still be tweeting, and new accounts will act as an archive for their official POTUS and FLOTUS posts.
CIA reveals new guidelines for collecting data on Americans
The rules may help spies keep pace with the internet era.
Rick Perry didn't understand the role of the Department of Energy
The prospective secretary of energy once wanted to eliminate the department.
Vizio devices now take voice commands from Google Home
Adobe demos a virtual assistant for voice-based photo edits
Simplehuman made a trashcan you can open with your voice
Samsung's robotic vacuum takes Amazon Echo voice commands
Hello's 'Sense' sleep sensor gets voice controls
Whyd is a colorful take on voice-controlled wireless speakers
Lenovo Yoga 910 review: The devil is in the details
An otherwise promising laptop is hampered by a jumpy trackpad, loud fan noise and an unreliable fingerprint reader.
Samsung Gear S3 Frontier review: Lots of features, not enough apps
$350 gets you a great design and a very limited ecosystem.
The new Razer Blade Pro trades gimmicks for 4K gaming power
For the first time in years, Razer’s ‘Pro’ laptop is actually its best.