CNET Top 5 (HD)
Summary: Each week Iyaz Akhtar scours CNET's sites to see what people are looking at and talking about, and then counts down the most popular trends in tech. From the most popular products to must have gadgets to the most downloaded software, Iyaz brings a witty, informative look at each week's list.
Apple didn't include some buzzed-about features on the new iPhone 14. (Guess it has to save something for iPhone 15?)
The latest reports say Samsung's next flagship phone is coming this February and may feature a 108-megapixel rear camera.
Rumors about the next generation of iPhones are already popping up. The notch and the 5.4-inch model could be going away if the rumors prove to be true.
If the reports are true, the S22 Ultra phone is going to look a lot like the Galaxy Note, house an S-Pen and feature a wacky-looking rear camera array.
Here are five lessons we hope Microsoft learned from past Windows launches.
Apple's next phone is almost here. Reports are saying we could be looking a smaller notch, a high refresh rate display, new camera improvements and more. Find out more here!
People love the AirPods Pro, but not everyone loves their high price. We found some of the best alternatives that cost a lot less.
Apple's latest iPad Pro squeezes in a lot of tech in a slim package, like the M1 chip and Thunderbolt. Here's what sets apart the newest iPad Pro from all the rest.
The streaming service is already pretty great, but you can make your experience even better with just a few tweaks.
Reports are coming in left and right about Apple's newest Pro laptops. We could be looking at an iPhone-like design, the return of MagSafe and potentially the death of the Touch Bar.
You'll see some really successful companies on this year's list. That just means that even the giants can be compared to poultry from time to time.
There are new MacBooks and a Mac Mini, all powered by Apple's new chip. But don't plunk down your hard-earned dollars just yet. Find out why you should wait.
Samsung announces Android tablets that seem impressive so far. But in the opinion of one Iyaz Akhtar, that doesn't mean much because the whole world of Android tablets is maddening.
The next Note will need a few things to make it stand out from competition that includes the Galaxy S20 Ultra.
The new plan to equip Macs with Apple's own Arm-based chips is bold and could lead to some real excitement. There may be a few bumps in the road, however.