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The Atlantic Council works with social media companies and governments to track inauthentic content online.
Can a smart ring hold clues to the early detection of COVID-19? A new study at the University of California, San Francisco is using the Oura ring to collect metrics such as body temperature in the hope of building an algorithm that can predict the onset of the coronavirus.
Find out key dates for filing your federal and state tax returns during the coronavirus pandemic.
Find out if you're eligible for up to $1,200 under the recently signed economic stimulus bill.
2020 marks Mario's 35th anniversary and with it, multiple reports say Nintendo is planning on a celebration that will see remakes of 3D Mario games, as well as potential new entries for the Switch.
There are several ways to donate your time and resources while still maintaining responsible social distancing. We show you how you can help from home.
Huawei has partnered with Monster Eyewear on new Bluetooth-enabled smart glasses.
The new Cicada Wing display is 50% brighter than its predecessor, and new features include improved viewing angle performance.
Words hold a lot of power, and we need to be mindful of how they're used at a time when we should come together.
The world is being asked to stay at home during the COVID-19 pandemic. But while the social and economic impacts are huge, staying home could be the only thing that saves us from a global catastrophe.
Theatrical releases could change through 2024.
We discuss the new AR features, the crazy new keyboard case with trackpad and what we know so far.
Sony's Mark Cerny gave a very tech-heavy presentation about the architecture of the PlayStation 5 and how developers will be able to utilize the meticulously designed console. Originally meant for the developer audience at GDC, CNET's Jeff Bakalar breaks down the important takeaways that will result in tangible improvements to the PS5 gaming experience.
With a new keyboard, double the storage and quad-core CPU options, the Air is back in a big way.
Sony's Mark Cerny talks about the PlayStation 5's system architecture, which will feature a solid-state drive and enable backward compatibility.