CNET Top 5 (HD)
Summary: Each week Iyaz Akhtar scours CNET's sites to see what people are looking at and talking about, and then counts down the most popular trends in tech. From the most popular products to must have gadgets to the most downloaded software, Iyaz brings a witty, informative look at each week's list.
At this point Apple had better make the rumored iWatch, because we already have a solid list of features we want from it.
Facebook has experienced meteoric success worthy of a Hollywood movie, but they've had plenty of failures along the way.
Here are the most popular products getting the most attention from readers on CNET.
The top five crowd-funded projects on Kickstarter that have raked in over a million dollars in donations.
If you're shopping for a new phone and you don't absolutely need the latest and greatest, here are five worthy smartphones that can be had for just $1 on contract.
Five video games due out in 2013 that will keep you glued to your couch.
Looking for some free apps to fill up your iPad? Here are five of the most popular free iPad apps for February 2013.
All alone on Valentine's day? Maybe your soul mate just hasn't been invented yet. Here are five girlfriend-worthy robots from science fiction to serve as a blueprint for the future of synthetic companionship.
The top-rated Android smartphones from CNET that run Android Jelly Bean.
The upcoming Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, is the mobile industry's biggest showcase of new devices. Here are the Top 5 mobile products and trends we expect to see from MWC 2013.
In spite of a relatively disappointing CES, 2013 is expected to hold some hot tech announcements.
Putting the products aside, here are the top trends in tech that defined 2012.
Watch clips from Top 5's Donald Bell as he gets tongue-tied, gets angry, and gets down.
The lowest-rated CNET reviews of the year are products that probably sounded good idea on paper.
The low points of 2012 that the tech giants would rather you forget.