CNET 100 for January 2014 Video
2014 could finally be the year Apple puts out its iWatch. But that's not the only new tech we're expecting next year. From a gadget that lets you use your heartbeat as a password to devices with curved screens, CNET's Kara Tsuboi tells us what's in store.
Is a $30,000 Mercedes really a Mercedes, with all its reputation for quality and status? CNET's Brian Cooley takes the new $29,900 Mercedes CLA for a drive to find out.
CNET's Donald Bell counts down the trends he predicts will shape 2014.
CNET's Bridget Carey breaks down some of the more unique devices at the Consumer Electronics Show, like the Avegant Glyph video headphones, ZTE Projector Hotspot, and the iPhone keyboard case.
Consumers want their video content free to go anywhere, at any time, to any device. So, what's the holdup? In this year's Next Big Thing Supersession, CNET will gathers industry leaders to find out.
Whether you want to brush better with the Kolibree Bluetooth toothbrush or find your keys with the StickR TrackR, sensors are making everyday items smarter. CNET's Bridget Carey takes a look at what's getting early buzz at this year's Consumer Electronics Show.
CNET's Scott Stein and Bridget Carey take a look at the Pebble Steel and Hot Watch, two smart watches making headlines at the Consumer Electronics Show.
If you're interested in a Mercedes or a BMW and you're not taking a look at 2014 Kia Cadenza, then CNET's Brian Cooley has some words for you.
CNET's Brian Cooley takes a look at the new BMW i3 at the LA Auto Show. It's BMW's first full, clean sheet EV and the company's first volley of its i division.
The quirky, fun Kia Soul has been a hot seller, beating its competition. CNET's Brian Cooley takes the 2014 Kia Soul for a drive to see if the new model lives up to its past.