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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.
Nvidia's next card in its RTX 30-series line is made to deter would-be Ethereum miners, in a move to reserve stock for PC gamers instead. Here's how it plans on doing it and whether or not we think it will work.
Here are the most important details to consider when buying a TV primarily for gaming, be it a console like the Xbox Series X or PlayStation 5, or even for a PC connection.
Amazon's $250 smart display is motorized and ready to follow you around the room.
Zack Snyder's Justice League, Godzilla vs. Kong, The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, Coming 2 America and the WandaVision finale are all arriving in a packed month of streaming video.
In today's top stories, Twitter shows off features that compete with Patreon and Facebook groups. Meanwhile, Target is essentially building mini Apple Stores within its stores.
They promise to radically change the appeal of an EV, but when will they arrive?
New leaked images show what could be the third-generation Apple AirPods.
A new report details Google's upcoming Pixel 5A and it seems a lot like the other Pixels!
In today's news, President Biden signs an executive order to investigate supply chain shortages, Fry's Electronics shutters its business, and a studio's use of Spot the robot dog attracts the ire of Boston Dynamics.
Bruce Meyers died earlier this month at 94. We spoke to him back in 2014 about his life, his car and what it did for him.
The Tesla CEO's announcement of a $100M prize for the best carbon-capture technology has brought attention to an industry that isn't new but remains relatively unknown and controversial.
In today's news, Facebook is allowing Australian news back on its platform, Epic Games is offering credit to Fortnite and Rocket League players over loot boxes and new MacBook Pro rumors emerge.
Glasses that plug into a phone or a PC over USB-C.
The new entry-level, rear-wheel drive Taycan is cheaper than its siblings and offers greater driver enjoyment.
Still the cheapest way to get into a proper RWD Mercedes, the C-Class gains standard mild-hybrid tech and S-Class smarts inside.
A group of students and alumni brought North America's oldest Chinatown into the Minecraft world in order to preserve its rich history.
In today's top news, NASA reveals video footage and audio from the Perseverance rover, Spotify announces plans to launch a new subscription tier for high-fidelity audio and Elon Musk says Starlink internet speeds will double in 2021.
Perseverance's six landing cameras captured every angle of its ride down to Mars, and a microphone enables us to hear the winds of Mars for the first time ever.
NASA now has thousands of images taken by Perseverance. Check out some of its favorites.
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Comments (10)

Jamie Kurisunkal Jacob

What is the frame made of? I hope it is not plastic chrome of modern cars.

Jul 19th
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Gaurav Gautam

love the "humbleness" of the video. we know what's not quite right but have taken it to the next level. so refreshing from the marketing BS we get from usual custom garages. so refreshing

Jul 9th
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Gaurav Gautam

it has fiat spider kind of looks in the front .... not a z4 look

Jun 19th
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Luis Rovira

pē-ˌā-(ˌ)zō-ə-ˈlek-trik

Mar 10th
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Karlos Coleman

Derive is some great TECH!

Jan 11th
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Karlos Coleman

WOW! I actually like the new, Infinity

Jan 3rd
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Karlos Coleman

HA! Just a bit late to the party guy's!

Jan 3rd
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iTunes User

This is a mind-blowing podcast. It collects all of CNET’s high definition video podcasts and allows you to subscribe to them at once. How much better can it get? Just a little more, as it turns out. Unfortunately, this podcast only ever lists the ten most recent episodes. Due to the sheer volume of episodes CNET publishes every single day, you end up losing access to older episodes if you return to it after a few days. I would really appreciate it if that was fixed. But apart from that, it’s just one of the best podcasts on the iTunes Store, if not THE BEST. And the fact that it’s free just makes it all the more awesome. Thank you for giving this to us, CNET.

Aug 30th
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iTunes User

This Is A GREAT podcast!!! Updates everyday with many shows!!! Can't believe that not that many ppl have reviewed... Go CNET!!!

Aug 30th
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iTunes User

Wonderful collection of CNET HD Video. I love it

Aug 30th
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