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.
Samsung's most advanced camera ever comes with envelope-pushing skills, but it will be overkill for many.
The V60 ThinQ is 5G ready.
Ultimate Ears' jumbo portable Bluetooth speaker packs serious punch and actually sounds like a real speaker.
The Chinese company has refreshed its MateBook X Pro with a snazzy green. It's also made a powerful speaker and a 5G tablet with a stylus, and they'll all be available in Europe.
Andrew takes the Mate XS out and about on a dreary London afternoon.
Samsung got nearly everything right with this Motorola Razr rival. Here's everything awesome, and what still needs work.
Many people were shocked -- shocked! -- by the $5,000-plus price tag Apple gave its Pro Display XDR monitor (not to mention that $1,000 stand). But given that the monitor is targeted at professionals who are used to paying through the nose for their gear, the price really isn't so shocking. CNET's Lori Grunin has been testing the Pro Display XDR for a few days and tried to find out exactly who it's for.
Minus a few questionable design choices, Lenovo's C340-11 is packed with everything a student would need in a Chromebook at a budget friendly price.
Our very first look at Samsung's latest foldable Galaxy phone has us wanting one for ourselves. P.S. It doesn't squeak!
We take a look at five of our favorite new camera features on Samsung's flagship Galaxy S20 Ultra, including 8K video, a huge zoom and improved night mode.
The new Samsung earbuds don't do noise canceling and don't do fitness tracking, either.
At Samsung Unpacked, the tech giant launched its latest family of marquee handsets.
I spent a week testing the Motorola Razr. I became enamored with the $1,500 flip phone, but also have anxiety about its durability long-term.
Motorola has ruled the affordable phone market for years. Now its latest phones pack more value with new cameras and different models.
Billed as the company's most-advanced light to date, the Lightcycle Morph transforms into four different lighting solutions -- and it's built to last 60 years.