CNET Top 5 (HD)
Summary: Each week Iyaz Akhtar scours CNET's sites to see what people are looking at and talking about, and then counts down the most popular trends in tech. From the most popular products to must have gadgets to the most downloaded software, Iyaz brings a witty, informative look at each week's list.
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Apple's 2017 was pretty impressive, but it needs to come up with some solutions to make 2018 even better.
We went through a bunch of Apple's patents to see what the company is working on. Foldable iPhones? A see-through iPad? Those gadgets and more!
The old, favorite browser of many has a lot of new tricks that may have you thinking twice about Google Chrome.
Sometimes you want a tablet. Sometimes you want a laptop. These machines are the best of both worlds.
We asked CNET's experts to rank the headsets that give you the best VR experience possible.
In the spirit of Halloween, we take a lighthearted look at the scary things that happen in our connected lives.
Iyaz has avoided Facebook for almost all of 2017. Here's what changes when you're a social network ghost.
Microsoft is pulling the plug on its mobile version of Windows, but it excelled at a number of things.
Competition is fierce in the smartphone world right now. The Pixel 2 might not stack up.
Google's latest superphone checks a lot of boxes that could make it your next go-to device
These are the top five pieces of technology that my next car must have.
Amazon's smart speaker isn't the best at everything. Sorry, Alexa.
The newest iPhone is a big departure from older models. Here are some reasons to justify paying $1000 or more for one.
It's Apple's glimpse into the future of phones, but maybe you should think twice before committing to one.