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WarnerMedia made the case for its $15-a-month service, which launches in May.
At Samsung's Developer Conference in San Jose, the company gave us a first look at its One UI 2 mobile phone operating system, a Galaxy Fold compact design and a whole new line of Galaxy notebooks.
From The Daily Charge: We also talk about Google's hardware prospects in the wake of its big October event.
New customizable ear tips make AirPods more accessible -- and more expensive. Also, is Google buying Fitbit and a breakdown of its earnings.
Apple's challenger to Netflix launches at the end of this week, and the first reviews of its originals are out.
The founder and CEO of The Ocean Cleanup spoke with CNET's Stephen Beacham about his latest endeavor to catch plastic pollution in rivers across the world. The Interceptor has already been deployed in two rivers and is actively collecting plastic debris before it reaches our oceans.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg discusses with News Corp. CEO Robert Thomson a news tab the social network will use to curate news stories.
The Current War director Alfonso Gomez-Rejon and star Michael Shannon visit CNET for an "electric" session.
Ride-hail service Lyft is facing a growing number of lawsuits brought by female riders who say Lyft can’t keep ignoring the problem.
The Facebook CEO takes the hot seat at a congressional hearing on the company's proposed cryptocurrency.
From The Daily Charge: CNET editor Stephen Shankland helps break down why you should care about "quantum supremacy."
Also, Huawei finally launches its Mate X foldable phone and the lowdown on Google's super supercomputer.
Samaira Mehta is an 11-year-old entrepreneur with big dreams to bridge the gender gap in STEM.
We get an inside look at the spacesuit for tourists, made by Under Armour for Virgin Galactic flights in 2020.
CEO Mark Zuckerberg announces Facebook's new strategies to protect freedom of expression.