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Now What talks with Vince Beiser, author of The World in a Grain about what's led to a massive shortage in sand worldwide, and what we can do about it.
A new report says that there are no plans for a 2021 edition of the Samsung Galaxy Note smartphone. What happens to the S-Pen? Don't you worry. Apparently, the Galaxy S21 will be there to save the day.
Confused? Welcome to the world of cultured meat.
CNET Now What looks into the new technologies that will ask, "Do you want fries with that?"
4ocean is creating products made from ocean-reclaimed plastic. We spoke with co-founder Alex Schulze about 4ocean's global cleanup initiative and the tech it's developing to help.
Want an Apple Watch but it's out of your budget? There are plenty of great alternatives that don't cost anywhere near as much as the Series 6 or Apple Watch SE. Here are my three favorite Apple Watch alternatives under $100.
Watch highlights from Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee about content moderation policy and the 2020 election.
The CEOs of three of the world's biggest online platforms faced a litany of questions from US senators over how they police content online.
AMD CEO Lisa Su just announced new RX 6800 XT and RX 6900 XT graphics cards based on the RDNA 2 architecture. Watch a recap right here.
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg discusses what the company is doing to fight foreign government interference in US elections.
During a congressional hearing on big tech, Hawaii Sen. Brian Schatz pleads with the CEOs of Facebook, Google and Twitter to not give in to Republican "bullying."
Jack Dorsey comes under fire at a congressional hearing over whether Twitter has influence over elections.
The CEOs of Twitter, Alphabet and Facebook testified to congress on laws that protect their companies from the content their users post.
In a prepared statement, Pichai defends the company and reiterates Google is nonpartisan.
During a congressional hearing on the behavior of big tech, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey says his company is beefing up efforts to earn the public's trust.