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For a short window on Friday, Amazon appeared to be giving away these devices through an unadvertised promotion. Most orders have since been canceled.
Commentary: So many brands squeezing their products into the solar eclipse frenzy, hoping to make a buck. But a small brand does something delightful.
In Google's Android app and in Chrome for Android, you'll now have an idea of what's in a clip before you bother playing it.
Bass is the guiltiest of guilty pleasures for audiophiles.
The little Vanatoo Transparent Zero speaker has a big heart, says the Audiophiliac.
Commentary: The design thinking process behind tech development should be applied to diversity efforts, says one of Intuit's top technologists.
Four superheroes walk into a restaurant and the rest is an unexpected joy.
Not sure how to go about shooting photos of the solar eclipse? We got you.
Every week we ask folks around the CNET offices a question about pop culture. This week we wanted to know which movies they simply had to walk out of or turn off because they couldn't take it anymore.
These are unequivocally the best Android games on the planet and some of the best games on any system right now.
If you're all about the iPhone, these are some of the best games you can play.
The 18.7-foot convertible concept is battery powered and stunning to look at.
Mercedes goes topless this year in Pebble Beach with the debut of the Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6 Cabriolet sporting an electric drivetrain, first-class interior and advanced technology features.
The Facebook CEO says he'll take one month off after the upcoming birth of his second daughter and another month off in December.
Samsung could follow its lead from last year and offer a bundled gift worth hundreds.
Now Amazon's always-listening Echo and Dot speakers can control Fire TV devices without the remote, using just your voice. Bingeing just got even easier.
Andrew Hoyle is joined by Katie Collins to discuss Nokia's new flagship Android phone and why chatting on the tube is bad for Andy.
A German electronics store might've just spilled the beans on the latest Xbox.
Some of us just want to own a Ferrari; Cartu takes his to the limit in the Ferrari Challenge series.
Google's Android O reveal is now officially timed to Monday's solar eclipse. What does that say to you?