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A recap of the best and worst things we saw at the massive tech show.
NBCUniversal has entered the streaming race, bringing NBC shows, big movies and even the Olympics to cord cutters. We have the full rundown (including what you get for free).
The Exolung is aiming for the sweet spot between scuba and snorkeling by using the power of kicking legs to pull a steady supply of air down from the surface.
Apple won't budge on the government's request to unlock a terrorist's iPhone. Here's why.
Intel gave CNET an exclusive in-depth look at its Horseshoe Bend prototype PC, which can fold from a 17.3-inch tablet into a 12.5-inch laptop.
The California Privacy Protection Act will change how companies treat your data, whether you live in the state or not.
We spoke with Oscar-winning director Sam Mendes, Oscar-winning director of photography Roger Deakins, writer Krysty Wilson-Cairns and stars George MacKay and Dean Charles Chapman about making 1917.
At The Game Awards, Microsoft's Phil Spencer shows a trailer for the new Xbox Series X.
Devices eavesdropping, Amazon HQ2, WeWork's meltdown, or Disney Plus -- tell us what you think was the year's biggest story.
Star Wars is on the rise and we're answering your questions about the new Disney park ride and what's next for the franchise.
The mobile giant's store for gadgets and classes opens on Thursday in a mall in Palo Alto, California.
We also break down the start of the legal battle between T-Mobile, Sprint and several states looking to block their merger.
We discuss the new Wonder Woman trailer, Crisis on Infinite Earths TV crossover and Watchmen.
We also break down the scourge of ransomware and run through the tech products that died this year.
From The Daily Charge: The sensor may appear in the next Samsung and Apple flagship phones.