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Washington (CNN) — On Wednesday night, CNN affiliate KMOV ran a report detailing an extramarital affair involving Missouri Republican Gov. Eric Greitens. Greitens released a statement acknowledging the
Innovation A plastic-like material may do for solar power what high-performance electrical batteries have done for iPhones and Tesla cars. Solar energy is clean, abundant, and irritatingly inconvenient:
Like Lenovo's display, the WK9 gives Google Assistant a home on your shelf. Google Assistant's fingerprints are all over the CES 2018 show floor, but it's especially easy to see on a few new Android Things-powered
Is it or isn't it? There was some confusion when news first hit last week that researchers had found serious flaws, called Spectre and Meltdown, in many of the chips that power computers and phones. Yes,
Bitcoin price plummets as South Korea's plan to ban cryptocurrency trading sends market into turmoil
The South Korean government on Thursday said it plans to ban cryptocurrency trading, sending bitcoin prices plummeting and throwing the virtual coin market into turmoil as the nation's police and tax raided
Razer has a history of bold experimentation. At last year's CES tech industry trade show in Las Vegas, Razer showed off an outlandish three-screen gaming laptop concept that was a bit too crazy to end
Henrik Fisker enjoys a reputation as a successful automotive designer and a troubled history as a start-up entrepreneur. He can chalk up design wins, such as the gorgeous BMW Z8, while also bearing the
So you’ve enjoyed a lovely date; you’re sharing a cab home; things are going great. You suggest a nightcap and your companion agrees. There’s magic in the air, the sexual tension is at boiling point, you’re
It's been a busy CES for color-changing light. Nanoleaf made a splash by teasing its newest color-changing, touch-sensitive light panels. Then, Lifx followed suit with the impressive-looking Lifx Tiles.
Fighter jets so ahead of their time they aren’t real Good news! The first F-52 fighter aircraft have made it safely to Norway, President Trump announced today. Bad news! F-52s aren’t... real. They’re fighter
Codeless development platforms are at once a blessing and a curse. If they’re complete enough to be powerful they are too difficult for beginners and if they’re simple enough for beginners they’re useless
The Dell XPS 15 two-in-one and HP's Spectre x360 15 are good signs for the future. Buying a laptop has traditionally meant juggling price, graphics performance, weight and battery life. You want a powerful
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LONDON — A distinguished retired South Korean general warned that a U.S. attack on North Korea would be met by well-armed soldiers fighting with religious fervor to defend their homeland. "I try to explain
New NASA images show layers of ice peeking out of eroded cliffs—a potential boon for future humans on the red planet. At sites across the midsection of Mars, scientists have found layers of water ice mere
TV manufacturers really brought it to you at full volume at this year's CES, and CNET was there to capture it all! Major announcements from LG, Hisense, and Samsung had viewers on the edge of their seats.
Nanoleaf scored a big win in 2017 with its triangular, color-changing Aurora light panels, its most successful product to date. Now, as the Toronto-based startup gears up to double down on the idea with
LG is taking a new approach to its phones. The Korean consumer electronics conglomerate hinted at a shake-up on how and when it would launch phones. "We will unveil new smartphones when it is needed,"
Plenty of wearables companies make health claims that are dubious at best. It’s true that companies like Fitbit and Apple are getting a bit more serious about the whole thing, participating in university