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Two executive orders signed by the president will effectively ban the popular TikTok app, unless a US company takes it over within 45 days.
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.
Longtime Apple executive Phil Schiller becomes an Apple Fellow, with Greg Joswiak taking over the head marketing job.
Visa's new small business survey shows how everyone from farmers to shopkeepers is ditching cash for safer payments.
We compare Apple's iPhone SE (2020) and Google's new Pixel 4A to find out which has the better camera for taking landscape photos, portraits, night scenes and videos.
Are body cameras making a difference? We explain how they work, what they cost and why they're not the cure-all many had hoped would improve police behavior and accountability to help build community trust.
CNET's TV reviewer and home entertainment editor discusses his picks for streaming, TVs, soundbars and more.
Facebook's CEO testfied before a House Judiciary subcommittee and got grilled on a slew of topics, including election interference, competition with Snapchat and fighting hate crime. Here are the best moments from the hearing.
Amazon's CEO testified before a House Judiciary subcommittee about whether the company is using its monopoly power to stifle competition. Here are the best moments from the hearing.
Cook testified before a House Judiciary subcommittee and got questions about the company's App store and whether it's using its market dominance to stifle competition. Here are the best moments from the hearing.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos gets grilled by Rep. Lucy Kay McBath about the company's practice of identifying stolen goods.
During a House subcommittee hearing, Rep. Greg Stuebe of Florida asks the heads of Facebook, Google, Amazon and Apple whether they believe the Chinese government is stealing from American tech companies.