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.
The dock may be dead, but you can still crank your music up with these five iPhone-compatible wireless solutions.
There's never been a better time to not buy an iPhone. Here are five phones that will have your iPhone friends crazy with envy.
The iPhone 5 is a nice step forward for Apple, but there are still a few features we won't see until iPhone 6.
Don't call them netbooks. These inexpensive computers deliver the features of full-fledged laptops costing twice as much.
There are some new Kindle tablets in town, but that doesn't mean the old Fire is extinguished. Here are the top five ways to put your old Kindle Fire to good use.
There's more to a modern home theater than a great TV. Here are the top five must-have products to complete the home theater experience.
When it comes to sound quality, a little money can go a long way. Here are CNET's top-rated headphones that cost less than $50.
If you're having trouble choosing a new phone, here are five you can eliminate right off the bat. These are the top five phones to avoid for 2012.
Here are the top must-have iPhone 5 features, as voted on by CNET readers.
Wondering what hot new tech is just on the horizon? Here's all the tech worth waiting for in 2012.
Google's Nexus 7 is the hottest tablet on CNET right now, but it's not perfect. Here are the top five reasons you should pass.
Take your data with you without spending an arm and a leg. CNET rounds up the Top 5 budget-priced portable hard drives.
If you're in the market for a smartphone that doesn't have an Apple logo on the back, check out our Top 5 Android smartphones for July of 2012.
You think the Nexus Q is a flop? You must have forgotten about these five doozies.
Buying a new smartphone doesn't have to break the bank. Donald Bell counts down the top five CNET-rated smartphones available for less than $50 on-contract.