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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.
This Android box is great at so many things.
The company makes some great products, but sometimes it looks like Apple's just out to make a quick buck.
Several phones, a $50,000 car and new headphones grabbed people's attention.
Tech is supposed to make everything easier, but it's no magic bullet.
There's no need to spend lots and lots of money to get some really great tech for the graduate in your life.
We've seen a lot of announcements, like the new Pixel 3A, the Nest Hub Max and even exciting Android Q features. But we want to know more.
Here's what Google should do to make waves at its annual conference.
SPOILERS! Once Endgame reaches its conclusion, there is an exciting outlook for the future of Marvel.
Netflix is the leader in streaming right now, but things are changing with increased competition from Amazon, Hulu, Apple and Disney.
Apple announced a new video streaming service, but left a lot of details out.
We've seen some dumb things creep into phone design, but there's some hope.
For two years, four months and 16 days, Iyaz Akhtar wore braces. That meant he had to give up some of his favorite foods.
The newest version of Android is out in beta. There's plenty of stuff to like.
Apple announced an event for March 25, and everyone is expecting the company to finally introduce its Netflix competitor. Here's what the service needs.
Roger Cheng lends us his expertise and shares what to expect from the next generation of wireless networks.