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Visa's new small business survey shows how everyone from farmers to shopkeepers is ditching cash for safer payments.
We compare Apple's iPhone SE (2020) and Google's new Pixel 4A to find out which has the better camera for taking landscape photos, portraits, night scenes and videos.
Are body cameras making a difference? We explain how they work, what they cost and why they're not the cure-all many had hoped would improve police behavior and accountability to help build community trust.
CNET's TV reviewer and home entertainment editor discusses his picks for streaming, TVs, soundbars and more.
Facebook's CEO testfied before a House Judiciary subcommittee and got grilled on a slew of topics, including election interference, competition with Snapchat and fighting hate crime. Here are the best moments from the hearing.
Amazon's CEO testified before a House Judiciary subcommittee about whether the company is using its monopoly power to stifle competition. Here are the best moments from the hearing.
Cook testified before a House Judiciary subcommittee and got questions about the company's App store and whether it's using its market dominance to stifle competition. Here are the best moments from the hearing.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos gets grilled by Rep. Lucy Kay McBath about the company's practice of identifying stolen goods.
During a House subcommittee hearing, Rep. Greg Stuebe of Florida asks the heads of Facebook, Google, Amazon and Apple whether they believe the Chinese government is stealing from American tech companies.
House Rep. Jayapal confronts Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on his company's practice of cloning features from other companies.
Rep. David Cicilline grills CEO Mark Zuckerberg on how Facebook is handling misinformation shared on the platform about the coronavirus pandemic.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos answers questions before a House subcommittee about alleged business practices that hurt third-party sellers.
A House subcommittee hearing turns contentious as Reps. Mary Gay Scanlon and Jim Jordan fight over the focus of the hearing.
During a House subcommittee hearing Wednesday, Google CEO Sundar Pichai faces accusations from Rep. Jim Jordan that his company helped the Hillary Clinton campaign in 2016.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos gets grilled by Congress on using data to take advantage of third-party small businesses.