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CNET editors debate rumors that Apple's MagSafe is coming back to its MacBook laptops.
USB-C is more universally useful than an klutz-proof power cable
At its First Look event, Samsung debuts MicroLED, a new display technology that claims to be the world's smallest LEDs on a screen.
At its First Look event, Samsung explains how Mini-LED tech works behind the scenes in its new Neo QLED TV.
At its First Look event, Samsung launched new accessibility features for blind, color-blind and deaf people to better experience its TVs.
At its First Look event, Samsung revealed its first solar-powered TV remote made from 28% recycled plastic.
Which of Apple's AirPods are the right choice for you? While one is an over-ear headphone and one is a pair of wireless earbuds, they are more similar than you might think. Let's compare the AirPods on sound quality, design, noise canceling, battery life and more.
2020 has been a year to remember (and one to forget). CNET has taken a look back at the moments that shook the tech world this year, and it's one hell of a ride.
Is it possible to film and edit a Hollywood-quality movie scene exclusively on an iPhone 12 Pro? Here's what happened when I tried to do it myself.
Congress has approved a second round of stimulus check payments. Here's what that means for you.
After being part of the first all-female spacewalks, the astronaut speaks to CNET about her career and what's next.
Actress and model Tatiana Lee discusses the challenges she's faced and the work that still needs to be done to make the industries more inclusive.
It's the most hyped up game in recent memory, but does Cyberpunk 2077 live up to it? Jeff Bakalar gives you a tour through the game's most appealing detail, the amazing world of Night City.
The largest producer of conferences tells CNET Now What how it's going to be different.
Multiple cameras caught the demise of the iconic giant dish in real time.