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CEO Boyan Slat is turning trash into treasure with a pair of stylish sunglasses made from recycled plastic pulled from the ocean.
Forget Pokemon Go and goofy filters, how about we revolutionize grocery shopping?
NASA has touched down on the asteroid Bennu, 200 million miles away from Earth, as part of its historic mission to collect the first-ever asteroid sample from space.
After a long investigation, it's official. The DOJ says that Google is illegally holding monopolies in search and search advertising. Google responded, saying that the case is deeply flawed.
The market for UVC disinfection devices is flooded with unregulated and untested products. We spoke to a UVC expert to help you figure out which device makes the most sense for you, if any.
Conservationists hope the bridge will help the Hainan gibbon continue to thrive in forests that have been damaged by habitat loss.
Which high-end smartwatch is right for you? In this video, I'll compare the Fitbit Sense to the Apple Watch Series 6 on battery life, performance, fitness tracking, ECG, blood oxygen and sleep tracking.
Whether you vote by mail or in person, California's top election official describes how you can vote safely in what should be a record turnout.
After three weeks with Series X, Jeff Bakalar has a full preview look of all the details of Microsoft's next-generation console.
The new iPhone 12 has a secret weapon: hidden magnets designed to improve wireless charging and give you lots of snap-on accessories.
Ronan Dunne tells CNET that he also expects a $400 5G device by the end of the year.
Kimberly Bryant, founder of Black Girls Code, talks about diversity in tech and how her organization is teaching the next generation of computer scientists during a pandemic.
Christopher Krebs, director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, says a paper trail is one of the best risk management techniques against outside threats.
In a keynote address, cybersecurity expert Matt Blaze says US elections officials will have to overcome major logistical hurdles to scale up vote-by-mail options while also creating a surplus of in-person voting locations.
It looks like a floating tin can, but the SN5 may actually be offering a glimpse of the future.