CNET First Look (HD)
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.
Amazon now lets other people's devices in your neighborhood connect to the cloud through your Echo and Ring devices, using your bandwidth. Here's what that means for you.
Apple's next operating system for the iPhone is all about small significant improvements.
Apple has just released the public beta of WatchOS 8. Let's run through some of the new features and our first impressions of the Mindfulness app, messaging tweaks, watch faces and more.
Samsung has just given us a sneak peek of the latest One UI Watch interface that will run on the new Google and Samsung unified Wear OS platform. It will make its debut on the new Galaxy Watch later in the summer.
Windows 11 is actually happening. Here are all of the best new features.
The two-in-one Flex 5i and the 14-inch clamshell version both start at $440.
Huawei's latest true-wireless earbuds sound great, but they have a few downsides that make them hard to recommend to most people.
This is how it feels to move from regular roller skates to the Segway's Drift W1 Electric Skates.
It took a while but the Apple TV is getting a new Siri remote. Included with the new Apple TV 4K or available separately for $59, it's a big improvement.
Our review, after a week of trying its Center Stage zooming camera, its super fast M1 chip, 5G and a really vivid new display.
We obviously had to grill and eat lots of delicious food for science. Witness our noble sacrifice.
Mattel is selling a toy version of the Cybertruck for $100, and Bridget Carey gets an early look at the R/C vehicle. After taking it for a spin, it doesn't seem very tough.
Amazon unexpectedly announced a second-gen Echo Show 8 and Echo Show 5, and a new Echo Show 5 kids' edition, along with updates to the company's digital assistant.
From the $30 Express to the $100 Ultra we compare Roku's 2021 lineup.
The carrier's long-awaited home service is here. At $60 a month, it has no data caps and offers speeds from 25 to 100Mbps. But what's it like using it in the real world?