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Samsung's newest flagship phone lets you walk around an object and quickly get a photo-realistic 3D scan of it in seconds.
We examine the extremist forum. Meanwhile, President Trump calls out violent video games.
We also look at the hacker fest that is Black Hat and Defcon, and AT&T 5G goes live in New York (not that you can use it).
Plus, another rumor about the iPhone in 2021, and Amazon now lets you opt out of human reviews of Alexa conversations.
Before ripping off her disguise, this social engineer found our passwords, copied our office ID badges and cloned our phones without hacking a line of code.
New players are coming into the streaming video landscape. We break down what you can expect. Also, Google may be trying out a new subscription service.
From The Daily Charge: About two-thirds of crime alerts sent to police through Ring are not actually crimes.
Plus, what we learned from Apple and Spotify's earnings.
From The Daily Charge: Robots, cars and even doctors' visits are set to change as crazy-fast mobile speeds become the norm.
From The Daily Charge: Personal information stolen includes Social Security numbers, names, addresses and dates of birth.
Plus, Capital One's huge data breach and Pixel 4's latest "leak"
We break down the latest in the T-Mobile-Sprint merger drama and talk Apple earnings and 5G iPhones.
CNET Executive Editor Roger Cheng breaks down the details of this complicated deal.
Samsung says it's fixed the problems that forced it to withdraw the flexible phone earlier this year. We also break down AT&T's newest streaming service -- as in, why launch a fourth one?
From The Daily Charge: Is a $5 billion fine big enough for a company that generated nearly $15 billion in revenue last quarter?