High-tech America's Cup races into the future Video
Molly Wood visits the University of California at Berkeley racing team, grabs a helmet, and takes a ride in its 100 percent solar-powered race car.
It's called L'Hydroptere and the French concept sailboat -- with its marine style wings -- basically flies on the water. CNET's Molly Wood meets Alain Thebault, the boat's skipper, and gets an inside look at the tech that makes it glide.
The iPhone 5 enters the torture chamber, the Tesla S gets unboxed, the Galaxy S3 is thrown in the washing machine, and Molly Wood sets sail on Team Korea's America's Cup boat.
Find out why the F-150 is not only the best-selling car in America, it's also Jack Bauer's truck. Molly Wood checks the tech on this big ride.
Molly Wood and Brian Tong torture test the iPad in liquid nitrogen and drop a ton of gadgets from a 9-foot-tall ladder in our epic CES torture test. Plus, a look at gigantic TVs and the future of wearable fitness tech.
Molly Wood takes a ride on Chaotic Moon's Board of Imagination
CNET's Molly Wood goes indoor skydiving at iFly's 12-foot-wide wind tunnel and gets a behind-the-scenes tech tour with the flight crew manager.
The Skully motorcycle helmet features a heads-up display and a rear-facing camera that let riders view their surroundings like never before. CNET's Sumi Das talks with CNET senior writer Seth Rosenblatt about what it was like to take a joy ride with the high-tech helmet.
From NextFest in Los Angeles: CNET's Molly Wood takes a look at how Google has teamed up with the X Prize Foundation, offering $30 million to the first private outfit to send a rover to the moon.
Molly Wood checks the tech on the 2008 Acura RDX, the ultimate ride for the discriminating nerd.