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 host of Top 5 is really, really stingy. Here are the tech things that he gladly spent his money on. Is Disney Plus on this list? Yes! How 'bout an Apple Watch? Nah. Find out more in the video.
There are more and more players out there trying to keep your eyeballs glued to a screen. Find out which ones are worth your time and money.
Disney's streaming service is good, but it could be great. Here's what could be added to make Plus better.
Not everything can reach success. That's why we've decided to highlight the worst of the worst.
So many companies want you to pay money to stream video, but not these five. Here's where to find high-quality streaming video online -- and it's legal!
If you've got a television, you really need to get the Harmony Companion universal remote by Logitech.
There are so many reports as to what Apple will introduce next. New AirPods? A new HomePod? Yep, and more! Here's what's likely coming soon from the company.
There's no reason to spend lots and lots of money on a new phone. These are the best phones you can get if you don't want to empty your wallet.
There's no great watch for Android users, and only one company can fix that: Google.
Microsoft's future device looks like a real winner. Here is why the dual screen tablet will be a hit.
A report says Facebook will introduce its own augmented reality glasses. It's going to be the greatest thing that has ever happened to society in the history of the world. Take our word for it.
Are you excited by Apple's new iPhone 11 or 11 Pro? Of course you're not. Here's why skipping this year's model may be in the cards.
There's a new connector coming to town, and it's going to make everything much more awesome than did any USB before it!
You won't find Apple or Dell on this list, because they just didn't cut it.
A bunch of companies want your money, including Hulu, YouTube and Sling. See which one should get your cash.