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We discuss the new AR features, the crazy new keyboard case with trackpad and what we know so far.
Sony's Mark Cerny gave a very tech-heavy presentation about the architecture of the PlayStation 5 and how developers will be able to utilize the meticulously designed console. Originally meant for the developer audience at GDC, CNET's Jeff Bakalar breaks down the important takeaways that will result in tangible improvements to the PS5 gaming experience.
With a new keyboard, double the storage and quad-core CPU options, the Air is back in a big way.
Sony's Mark Cerny talks about the PlayStation 5's system architecture, which will feature a solid-state drive and enable backward compatibility.
Nintendo reveals several game trailers by indie game developers coming to Switch.
Attention, parents: Here's how to keep the learning going during the coronavirus pandemic.
CNET News Senior Reporter Dara Kerr speaks with a former Uber driver, James Morran, and attorney Bryant Greening about the recent wave of false complaints.
Apple says its June developers' conference will be held virtually, with a streamed keynote trumpeting the next batch of software updates for iOS, iPadOS, MacOS, TVOS and WatchOS.
The world's biggest gaming show will not take place this year, due to concerns over the coronavirus and COVID-19.
A leftover artifact from a gaming partnership that never was, a Nintendo PlayStation that's thought to be the only one in existence sold for $360,000 at auction.
As the new coronavirus spreads across the world and cases of COVID-19 mount, the World Health Organization has declared a global pandemic. Here's what that means for you.
Let's talk about old, bad password habits and the best password managers you should be using.
From The Daily Charge: Roger Cheng and Laura Hautala lay out every detail we know about the expo exit.
We break down the EARN IT act and how it potentially affects the way companies encrypt their communications.
Special guest Stephen Shankland explains why we may not need passwords down the line.