CNET First Look (SD)
Summary: Get the first look at the hottest products from our expert CNET editors. They'll dive in deep and cover all of the hot features, as well as the flaws of the latest tech gadgets across every product category.
The Cake Kalk& is a fully electric street-legal motorcycle that ships to your door
Motorola's newest midrange phone is going after the skateboarders, skydivers and backflippers of the world.
The gaming laptop's small second screen makes a big impression.
Combining easy streaming with cutting-edge mini-LED and QLED tech, the new models take aim at Samsung and Vizio.
We just got our hands on the new Apple Card. See what it looks and feels like when you take it out of the packaging, how to set it up with your iPhone, and how the titanium card physically compares to other credit cards.
At $350, the Galaxy A50 has an in-screen fingerprint reader, three rear cameras and a long-lasting battery. Does it have what it takes to beat the favorite Moto G7?
With a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and Windows 10, Samsung hopes to succeed where others have faltered.
Samsung's most powerful phones come in two sizes for the first time.
LTE, ECG, and a new vibrating touch bezel. We break down what you need to know.
This fancy faucet works with Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa and Apple's Siri for voice-controlled water, making even your sink smart.
A new keyboard, a faster processor, a better camera and more.
This is Sony's least-expensive 2019 TV with full-array local dimming. Sony is the only TV maker with Android TV, which includes a multitude of apps and built-in Google Assistant.
The Ikea Symfonisk table lamp and bookshelf speaker offer excellent performance and very affordable prices.
Motorola's newest smartphone won't rival the latest offerings from Apple, Samsung or Google, but it is an updated option for those on a budget.
This $119 air fryer also roasts, broils, bakes, reheats and dehydrates, but is it a worthy addition to your kitchen? We decide.