CNET First Look (HD)
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.
From simple straight line tests to astrophotography techniques to poop avoidance tests, here is how we gauge the performance of all types of vacuums to find the best model for you.
With new, affordable mesh systems and the arrival of faster Wi-Fi 6 speeds, now's a great time to upgrade your router. Here are our top picks.
We test two high-end outdoor cams with bright floodlights to see which one will work better for the exterior of your home.
The Apple Watch Series 7 has the same functionality as the Series 6, but with a bigger screen and faster charging.
The Surface Duo 2 has been upgraded in just about every way compared to the original. But is that enough to make Microsoft's $1,500 phone worth recommending?
CNET's Patrick Holland goes hands-on go hands-on with Google's latest phones. The new Pixels have brand-new cameras, Android 12, new software features and Tensor, Google's first ever processor.
The Special Edition Chatter Phone is not a toy. It's a $60 Bluetooth handset that lets you make calls via your actual phone. And it's adorable.
If you have the Apple Watch Series 6 or Series 5, you can wait. But owners of older Apple Watch models like the Series 3 will have a lot to appreciate.
Robots are here and thanks to Astro, they're invading your home. We take a look at the pros and cons of Astro, as well as the past, present and future of helper bots.
Forget science fiction -- Silicon Valley startup Light Field Lab has created a hologram so real that I could put my hand right through it.
More productivity-focused than the Surface 8, but just as art friendly.
When you gaze into Astro's cute robot face, Astro gazes into you.
Amazon Echo smart speakers are getting a second assistant -- one made by Disney. It's called "Hey, Disney!" and saying those words will activate the unique assistant that co-exists with Alexa.
With bigger screens, better cameras, and less software wonkiness, this is the large format phone to get if you don't trust flexible displays.
The Surface Pro 8 gets a bigger screen, while the new Laptop Studio builds on a flexible double-hinged screen.