CNET First Look (SD)
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.
OnePlus' new phone offers a brilliant screen, a long battery life and Android 11 for $749.
The Nintendo Switch gets a new Mario Kart game, but it uses RC cars with built-in cameras. We tested Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit indoors with one kart to see how its mix of gaming and real life works. Just be warned: You'll need a lot of free space.
Apple launched four new phones, all of which have a new design and new cameras and support 5G.
Apple's new smart speaker aims to bring high-end sound quality and Siri-enabled smarts to a smaller and more affordable package.
Sony takes on TCL and Vizio with excellent image quality and enhanced input capabilities for next-gen consoles and TV broadcasts.
Google's $350 Pixel 4A has one of the best cameras for its price.
The battery-powered, weatherproof Wyze Cam Outdoor has a lot going for it.
And it's going to make your next iPhone or Galaxy phone a lot harder to break.
We got to spend a few weeks with the Asus ROG 3 gaming phone and its performance blew us away.
It might have a multicamera setup, 5G and a luscious design, but this phone is set to be surprisingly affordable.
Google has a new Nest smart speaker on the way. Here's everything we know so far and what I want from the product to make me excited about smart speakers again.
The Origami King might be the best Paper Mario game yet
The sleek Velvet is more affordable than LG's other premium phones, and serves as a signal that the company is trying something new.
Ghost of Tsushima is the latest from developer Sucker Punch, the makers of the Infamous and Sly Cooper (yes) series. After years of hype and anticipation since its reveal, the open-world action-RPG has finally arrived. But while its engaging swordplay has its moments, a lot of the overall experience doesn't bring much to the table.
Alexa is a great digital assistant, but it isn't perfect. Here are a few ways it can get on my nerves and what to do about them.