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.
These are the top five pieces of technology that my next car must have.
Amazon's smart speaker isn't the best at everything. Sorry, Alexa.
The newest iPhone is a big departure from older models. Here are some reasons to justify paying $1000 or more for one.
It's Apple's glimpse into the future of phones, but maybe you should think twice before committing to one.
You won't find any thin and light notebooks here. Think heavy, luggable and crazy powerful instead.
We enlisted the help of Hak5's Shannon Morse to find the world's craziest hacking methods.
Reports say Google will introduce a new Chromebook. Here's what it needs to be great.
The latest Note is official, and now you're wondering if it's worth getting. Here's what you need to know.
Every laptop on this list lasts for more than 11 hours before needing to be charged again.
Amazon's Alexa-powered speaker has some perks beyond being a great little assistant.
These apps want to find you companionship in some unusual ways.
We rank the biggest rumors from most certain to least.
Nintendo just announced the SNES Classic, which we all know means a mini Nintendo 64 is just around the corner. Here's what Nintendo needs to do to make it better than the rest of its reissues.
With a new Spidey flick on the way, we rank all the other Spider-Man films.
Google's first phone has a lot of stiff competition. Hopefully, its next devices measure up.