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  • Google CEO Sundar Pichai doesn’t regret firing James Damore
    After accidentally turning Damore into a conservative hero, Google execs say the former employee violated company rules. Period. ... Keep on reading...
    By Dara Kerr
  • Facebook to prioritize news from ‘high quality’ sources
    In an effort to curb "sensationalism, misinformation and polarization," the company will prioritize news from "trustworthy" publishers, says CEO Mark Zuckerberg. ... Keep on reading...
    By Ian Sherr
  • Facebook to prioritize news from ‘high quality’ and ‘trustworthy’ sources
    In an effort to curb "sensationalism, misinformation and polarization," Zuckerberg says Facebook will prioritize news from trustworthy publishers. ... Keep on reading...
    By Lynn La
  • Silicon Valley is ‘becoming unhinged,’ says top VC
    Commentary: Michael Moritz of Sequoia Capital seems to believe California is lazy, while, oh, China is setting the example in work ethic, according to a Financial Times interview. ... Keep on reading...
    By Chris Matyszczyk
  • How to recycle your old phone or electronics video
    Don't throw old phones, batteries or bulbs into the trash. Recycle them properly with these tips. ... Keep on reading...
    By Lexy Savvides
  • Bitcoin currency operators slapped with lawsuits alleging fraud
    The Commodity Futures Trading Commission says three separate cryptocurrency-related companies defrauded customers. ... Keep on reading...
    By David Katzmaier
  • Google, China’s biggest tech firm sign patent-sharing deal
    The search giant and Tencent will share patents with covering a range of products and technologies. ... Keep on reading...
    By Zoey Chong
  • Instagram joins EU fight against illegal online hate speech
    Social networks have made dramatic improvements when it comes to removing illegal content from their platforms, says the European Commission. ... Keep on reading...
    By Katie Collins
  • Spotify’s new Spotlight service, Amazon narrows HQ2 list video
    Today's major tech stories include Spotify's new radio-focused Spotlight service, Amazon's list of 20 possible cities for its HQ2 and Snap laying off roughly two dozen employees. ... Keep on reading...
    By Jeff Bakalar
  • Google CEO: Tech education should be more than just coding
    Sundar Pichai warns that the next generation of workers will require continuous training in basic digital skills. ... Keep on reading...
    By Steven Musil
  • Airbnb purges thousands of San Francisco listings overnight
    As a new law goes into effect, the short-term rental site is required to deactivate all hosts who didn't register with the city. ... Keep on reading...
    By Dara Kerr
  • Here’s what the final 20 cities offered Amazon for HQ2
    These 20 cities have made the cut for Amazon’s new headquarters. We take a look at how they’ve tried to sweet-talk the massive company. ... Keep on reading...
    By Alfred Ng
  • Uber’s former CEO said to cash in at $1.4B in Softbank deal
    As a consortium led by Softbank closes a deal to buy a 20 percent stake in Uber, it's looking like some people are about to get very rich. ... Keep on reading...
    By Dara Kerr
  • Facebook diversifies board with American Express CEO
    Kenneth Chenault, who plans to retire from American Express this year, will become Facebook's first black board member. ... Keep on reading...
    By Erin Carson
  • Bitcoin takes a slide, Apple’s $30 billion investment video
    Today's major tech stories include Bitcoin's sharp dip, Google's machine-learning software platform releases an alpha version and Apple's plan to invest $30 billion over the next five years. ... Keep on reading...
    By Jeff Bakalar
  • Apple supplier guilty of unsafe work conditions, report finds
    Findings include workers coming in contact with toxic chemicals without training or sufficient protection. Apple says it found no evidence to support the claims. ... Keep on reading...
    By Zoey Chong
  • YouTube yanks videos showing dangerous ‘Tide Pod challenge’
    Video site working to combat what health officials describe as a spike in teens purposely ingesting laundry detergent packets. ... Keep on reading...
    By Steven Musil
  • Apple employee commuter buses reportedly attacked near SF
    Windows were smashed on five commuter shuttles in suspected pellet gun attacks, according to an Apple memo seen by the Guardian. ... Keep on reading...
    By Steven Musil
  • Facebook to investigate Russian meddling in Brexit vote
    The social network agrees to open a full-and-proper investigation into Russia-backed activity during the UK's 2016 EU Referendum. ... Keep on reading...
    By Katie Collins
  • Apple to invest $350 billion to the US economy in the next 5 years
    Tech giant says it will add more than 20,000 jobs and build a new campus with the location to be announced sometime later this year. ... Keep on reading...
    By Terry Collins
  • Instagram and Google are buzzkills for dispensaries (The 3:59, Ep. 340)
    We look at the strained relationship between tech companies and legal marijuana shops. Also, VR might have found a solution to one of its biggest annoyances. ... Keep on reading...
    By Alfred Ng
  • Hair analyzer will take a deep look inside those split ends
    The Schwarzkopf Professional SalonLab haircare system includes a handheld device with sensors that measure internal hair quality and create a customized shampoo. ... Keep on reading...
    By Ashlee Clark-Thompson
  • Airbus casts doubt on A380’s future
    The airplane maker's chief salesman warns that the A380 program may end unless Emirates airline commits to ordering more of the giant aircraft. ... Keep on reading...
    By Kent German
  • Zuckerberg’s Facebook post pressures Congress to act on DACA
    Facebook's CEO posts a call to action: "This is a basic question of whether our government works." ... Keep on reading...
    By Andrew Gebhart
  • Google to expand massive network, new Android spyware discovered video
    Today's most important tech stories include Google's massive expansion and subsea cabling, the discovery of a powerful piece of Android spyware and a strange Wi-Fi glitch caused by some Google products. ... Keep on reading...
    By Jeff Bakalar
  • YouTube adds stricter rules for creator ad monetization
    Every video in elite ad program will be scrutinized by human reviewers, and the bar has been raised for joining the program. ... Keep on reading...
    By Steven Musil
  • We survived another CES: The best and weirdest things we saw (The 3:59, Ep. 339)
    Another year, another CES down. We talk about our highlights and lowlights from the massive tech fest in Las Vegas. ... Keep on reading...
    By Alfred Ng
  • Google expands network with new data centers, subsea cables
    Google will be creating five new regions of data centers in 2018 and three subsea cables in 2019 to further grow its worldwide network. ... Keep on reading...
    By Dan Dziedzic
  • Lyft grows gangbusters in 2017, bringing competition to Uber
    The US-based ride-hailing company gave 375.5 million rides in 2017, more than double the amount it gave a year earlier. ... Keep on reading...
    By Dara Kerr
  • Most Americans say social media is making the news worse
    A survey reveals that the majority of Americans polled aren't happy with the impact of social media on the news. ... Keep on reading...
    By Sarah McDermott
  • BlackBerry’s Jarvis fights car hackers, Nissan’s XMotion is a ‘fishy’ concept video
    As the Detroit Auto Show cruises along, BlackBerry introduces a new cybersecurity software tool for automakers, Ford announces an $11 billion investment in electric vehicles and Nissan's far-out XMotion concept has a koi fish as its virtual assistant. ... Keep on reading...
    By Bridget Carey
  • AI beats humans in Stanford reading comprehension test
    Alibaba and Microsoft put their AI to the test this month, literally. And their scores bested ours, but barely. ... Keep on reading...
    By Zoey Chong
  • Alibaba hits back at US over market blacklist
    The Chinese e-commerce giant, blacklisted over its problem with fakes, called this the result of a “deeply flawed, biased and politicised process.” ... Keep on reading...
    By Zoey Chong
  • CES 2018 gets serious about health, wellness and medical tech
    With the slew of self-care, fitness and sleep devices on show at CES, the health and medical industries are making big rumbles in consumer tech. ... Keep on reading...
    By Lynn La
  • CES 2018 wraps up, Apple takes on security flaw video
    In this week's recap, the biggest stories include some of the gadgets from the biggest electronics show in the business. Away from CES, Apple and Microsoft both take on Spectre. ... Keep on reading...
    By Iyaz Akhtar
  • Amazon CEO to donate $33M to ‘dreamers’ scholarship fund
    Jeff Bezos is giving college money to immigrants brought to the country illegally as children, while politicians contentiously debate their status. ... Keep on reading...
    By Michelle Meyers
  • Elon Musk: So-called Valley sex party was just ‘nerds on a couch’
    Commentary: Disputing author Emily Chang's characterization of debauchery, Tesla's CEO says he's only seen mild affairs. ... Keep on reading...
    By Chris Matyszczyk
  • Meal delivery services to help you eat healthy video
    Take the guesswork out of mealtime with these healthy meal delivery services. ... Keep on reading...
    By Vanessa Hand Orellana
  • The CES tech you’ll actually be able to buy in 2018 video
    Today's major headlines from CES 2018 include all the new tech that will go on sale in 2018. ... Keep on reading...
    By Jeff Bakalar
  • Best tech of CES 2018 video
    Alexa-enabled microwave, a rollable OLED screen, to a robotic dog, these are all the products that impressed us at CES in 2018. ... Keep on reading...
    By Lexy Savvides
  • We quiz HQ Trivia host Scott Rogowsky video
    Can the hostest with the mostest answer our CES questions? ... Keep on reading...
    By Ashley Esqueda
  • Facebook overhauls news feed to focus on friends and family
    Fewer news articles. More baby photos. ... Keep on reading...
    By Richard Nieva
  • Uber’s tool Ripley let it remotely disable staff laptops
    When the ride-hailing company's offices are raided in other countries, it uses software to lock down employees' devices and protect its data. ... Keep on reading...
    By Dara Kerr
  • Human vs. robot: I challenged Forpheus to a game of ping-pong video
    Omron's Forpheus robot learns from your every move and expression, and plays harder as you get better. ... Keep on reading...
    By Vanessa Hand Orellana
  • CES 2018: Press conference highlights video
    There was a slew of announcements at CES 2018. Here are some of the big ones, from Sony's Aibo robotic dog to Samsung's smartphone TV remote control. ... Keep on reading...
    By CNET staff
  • Big Booths of CES 2018
    Take a stroll with us through the Central Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center and feast your eyes on some of the largest tech-show booths around. ... Keep on reading...
    By Sarah Tew
  • Pong coffee table brings the old-school arcade to your lounge room video
    With physical paddles and LED lights, the '70s Atari classic has had an upgrade (with no coins required). ... Keep on reading...
    By Claire Reilly
  • #CESBlackout, giant robots and the Wanderwatch (The 3:59, Ep. 338) video
    For our last day in Las Vegas, we talk about Wednesday's blackout at CES and our future robot overlords. ... Keep on reading...
    By Bridget Carey
  • CES goes dark, Galaxy S9 confirmed for MWC video
    The biggest tech stories out of CES 2018 include day 2's massive power outage, Samsung's Galaxy S9 debuting at Mobile World Congress and the growing trend of color-changing smart lights here at CES 2018. ... Keep on reading...
    By Jeff Bakalar
  • D: Best of CES 2018: Day Two video
    We wrap up the best of what CNET editors have seen a CES so far- including a cool color wall, a Star Trek-like tricorder device and a power outage. ... Keep on reading...
    By Brian Cooley
  • Inside Google’s sugar-coated playground of a booth at CES 2018 video
    Half-Disneyland ride, half-corporate advertising. ... Keep on reading...
    By Sean Hollister
  • Uber pays $3M to settle suit with New York drivers
    Drivers allege the ride-hailing company misled them on how much money they could make. Uber denies the allegations but settles to avoid further legal fees. ... Keep on reading...
    By Dara Kerr
  • Cook, Zuckerberg join 100 CEOs in calling for DACA extension
    Tech leaders urge congressional leaders to pass legislation protecting undocumented immigrant children. ... Keep on reading...
    By Steven Musil
  • CNET Next Big Thing: The Invisible Doctor video
    Join CNET and a panel of luminaries rethinking the way consumer electronics will silently and seamlessly shape our health in the years to come. We talk with futurists about robot caretakers, realists turning every piece of tech you own into a health sensor, and AI experts finding patterns in it all that we never noticed before. Come meet your new invisible doctor. ... Keep on reading...
    By Brian Cooley
  • The lights have gone off at CES 2018
    A power outage has hit large portions of the Las Vegas Convention Center on day 2 of CES 2018. ... Keep on reading...
    By John Falcone
  • At CES 2018, cute robots, smart hearing aids and KodakCoin (The 3:59, Ep. 337) video
    We get a visit from LG's CLOi robot and talk about one of the weirdest booths at the show. ... Keep on reading...
    By Bridget Carey
  • Razer shows off Project Linda, Vivo scans fingerprints in-screen video
    The biggest headlines from CES 2018 include Vivo's in-screen fingerprint scanner, Razer's ambitious phone-laptop hybrid and Honda's line of concept robots. ... Keep on reading...
    By Jeff Bakalar


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