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.
Patrick Holland gives his initial thoughts on his first 24 hours with Samsung's latest foldable.
Samsung's new flip phone has a larger cover screen, helping it catch up to Motorola.
We saw Samsung's latest S Pen-enabled Android tablets, and they've got lovely displays. But they're also more expensive than a lot of the competition.
Move over Optimus Prime, Grimlock is showing us why he is king of the Transformers. Robosen Robotics sends us its newest auto-converting, voice-activated creation, which is packed with animations and programming smarts. The leader of the Dinobots, goes from T-Rex to battling robot with a voice command. But this big bot comes with a big price tag.
The public beta version of iOS 17 is out. Here are some of our favorite features that we got to try.
Nothing's second outing, The Nothing Phone 2, builds on last year's great phone. CNET's Andrew Lanxon tried it out and liked a lot of what he saw.
The Onyx LZR Pro is a 40-pound, sleekly constructed, dirt-jumper e-bike that's unlike any other e-bike on the market.
What happens when VR and AR meet brain-signal sensors? OpenBCI's new VR-AR headset is a way to interact with computers using your mind.
The DFX is part skateboard, part scooter, has four wheels, and its 3D steering makes for a total adrenaline rush.
A new AutoLoader feature makes deliveries more seamless — all without spilling your coffee or squishing your burrito.
With its new pair of foldables, Motorola hopes to make foldables more appealing with larger screens and lower prices.
Sony pushes its main phone aimed at creatives to another level.
Google's first foldable phone looks promising so far. It launches this summer and will compete directly with Samsung's Galaxy Z Fold 4.
An ambitious handheld gaming PC to take on the Switch and Steam Deck.
It's not cheap, but the new Samsung S90C is still the least expensive QD-OLED TV yet.