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.
Samsung's got a tiny little exclusivity window on Fortnite before it's a cross-Android beta. And anyway, you want to see Fortnite on the Note 9, so: here.
Samsung's phone for power users gets even more powerful in 2018.
Both the app and the Scan-to-Cook feature feel as though they're still in beta.
The $599 countertop oven uses a built-in camera, an internal processor, software and Wi-Fi connectivity to identify foods that you've placed inside and cook them automatically.
Want a robot that rolls around, plays blackjack, and can bug your kids to clean up their rooms? Vector's your guy.
The latest headset to blend virtual and real things is here. We've tried it at Magic Leap's headquarters in Florida.
Listen to tunes on your bike ride without covering your ears.
One phone has sleek new features and the other has a big battery. But both are easy on your wallet.
We tested some of the newest gas grills to find which one is right for you.
Available on AT&T and Google Project Fi, the $900 LG V35 is a premium phone that's gunning for the Galaxy S9 Plus.
Watch and learn.
The Sonos Beam sound bar is an excellent entry point into the company's streaming products with voice control being its most winning feature.
Jeff Bakalar and Scott Stein debate both watches in the park.
This computer desk includes its own chair and cleverly folds down to fit under your bed.
Shopping for a new cooler this summer? We tested a dozen of them to help you pick the right one.