Apple changes Safari's cookie killer to fix Facebook's Like buttons
Apple has made its anti-tracking feature in Safari friendlier to social media.
'Annihilation' director wove memory into a dream-like movie
Alex Garland, known for "Ex Machina," says he loves to "subvert" the sci-fi genre, won’t make VR films (TL;DR: nausea) and can’t get enough of video games.
Homeland Security's tall order: A hacker-free election
Jeanette Manfra, the top cybersecurity official at DHS, tells CNET about all the ways hackers can sow chaos in this year's primaries and midterm elections.
DJI Goggles Racing Edition - wireless FPV goggle Release Date, Price and Specs
Why stare at a tiny screen when you can get a drone's-eye view?
HPE's hybrid IT approach pays dividends in Q1: Will growth continue?
Hewlett Packard Enterprise delivered a strong first quarter and sees solid IT spending ahead, but the comparisons and ability to pass on increasing memory costs are challenges.
Poor smart contract coding exposes millions of dollars in Ethereum
Researchers have discovered over 30,000 contracts are open to exploit.
Amazfit Bip review: $100 smartwatch with integrated GPS and 45-day battery life
There is still plenty of room for growth in the wearable market and with Pebble no longer around offering reasonably priced watches with long battery life there is a place for another competitor. The Amazfit Bip surprised me with its capability and affordable $100 price.
Windows 10 on Arm: HP Surface-like 2-in-1 is up for pre-order but will cost you $1,000
HP is ready to ship its first Always Connected PC based on Qualcomm's Arm-based Snapdragon 835 processor.
'Annihilation': Is the 'New Weird' too weird for Hollywood?
Commentary: Paramount decided the Natalie Portman film couldn't work as a broad release. The issue may be book author Jeff VanderMeer's take on the genre.
Galaxy S9 should be insanely fast: Snapdragon 845 speed test
We ran 12 tests on the Snapdragon 845 processor to find out.
Best laptops, tablets and desktops for creatives in 2018
From color-accurate photo editing to processing-hungry video editing and more. These are our top picks.
5 reasons why the LG G7 won't be at MWC 2018
LG's next flagship won't be unveiled next week in Barcelona. Here are a few guesses as to why (one rhymes with "Gamsung Salaxy").
Asus ZenBook 13 review
The ZenBook 13 is the world's thinnest 13.3-inch laptop with a discrete GPU so you don't sacrifice performance for size.
Drupal patches critical CMS vulnerabilities
The bugs include incorrect code handling and access bypass security flaws.
Google: First sub-$50 Android Go smartphones will be out next week
Google hopes cheap Android Go devices will convince consumers worldwide to upgrade from feature phones.
Autonomous buses, cars, drones: Norway's Telenor readies its big 5G pilot
When Telenor's 5G pilot begins near Oslo later this year, it will be putting a string of applications to real-life testing.
MWC 2018 preview: IoT, 5G, B2B take center stage
Mobile World Congress used to be the land of the latest smartphones, but today is more about digital transformation, 5G and using the Internet of things to revamp cities and multiple industries.
Broadcom demanded control of licensing business in Qualcomm acquisition bid
A letter sent to Qualcomm stockholders says that Broadcom has "made an inadequate proposal even worse."
Robot-assisted knee replacement surgery is coming
The acquisition of Orthotaxy by Johnson & Johnson signals next trend in robotic surgery
Samsung begins construction of $6 billion EUV semiconductor line
The new $6 billion line in Hwaseong will produce semiconductors under 7-nanometers for use in next-generation mobiles and servers when it begins operation in 2020.
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