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.
EA shows off the future of its sports games, including new footage from FIFA and Madden 21.
We see what's in Lego's new sets, including a Mario that can hop, talk and scan blocks.
The Last of Us Part 2 is a once-in-a-console-generation game. It delivers an incredibly powerful story, heart-stopping gameplay and jaw-dropping visuals. Jeff Bakalar has played through the entire game and offers his spoiler-free review.
Let's take a first look at some of the new features coming to Android 11. We're running the public beta on a Pixel 4 and looking at Android's new bubble messages, changes to notifications, a built-in screen recorder (yay!) and some more flexible media controls.
The 10x optical zoom is amazing, but the lack of Google services and the high price are problems for this phone.
We'll walk you through setting up the $20 Wyze Cam in no time.
Resideo's $200 Honeywell Home T9 Smart Thermostat handles your home's heating and cooling for you.
We got to play with Xiaomi's Mi 10 Pro. It's sleek, ultra fast and has 5G, but is it worth the price?
Online sales and home delivery start at $50.
The all-in-one soundbar to beat, the sleek and simple-to-set-up Arc has 11 drivers, a wide soundstage with lots of bass, and support for the Dolby Atmos surround-sound format.
Routines for Google Assistant let you control multiple smart home gadgets at once, get info about your calendar or the weather, play music or podcasts, and more.
The Amazon-owned company kept many of the good things about the first-gen kit, including its reasonable price.
We take an in-depth look at Sony's $1,200 flagship aimed at phone photographers and filmmakers.
From Blaze Entertainment comes the Evercade portable retro gaming console that runs on-- wait for it-- little cartridges. But after a week of playing around with it, the Evercade is a reliable, solidly-built throwback device that feels great, won't break the bank and certainly scratches the nostalgic itch by celebrating some of the more popular, and not-so-popular games of yesteryear. The premium version (includes three carts) is available in the US through Amazon for $100 starting June 5th.
Samsung is launching a new debit card and cash management account later this summer in the US. Here's what we know so far about Samsung Money by SoFi and how it will work with Samsung Pay.