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Here's exactly what you get at every Pokemon Go level

Here's how leveling up in Pokemon Go pays off.

By July 11, 2016


Pokemon Go clone tops app charts in China

Pokemon Go hasn't yet been released in some countries around the globe, and developers in China are taking advantage of that.

By July 11, 2016


New Mini Clubman charts a bigger (hopefully clearer) vision (CNET On Cars, Episode 92)

The 2016 Mini Clubman restates what a Mini can be; we find out why premium fuel is becoming the new normal; and here are Cooley's Top 5 reasons why EVs are winning him over.

By June 19, 2016


Your mobile appetite is going off the charts

Nearly half of the world's population will have mobile internet access by 2020, says consulting firm PwC. Online video and entertainment will help fuel that demand.

By June 17, 2016


Warner Music's streaming revenue tops the charts

Your listening habits at the likes of Spotify and Apple Music helped make streaming music the biggest source of revenue for the label.

By May 6, 2016


Vid of Sad Affleck sends 1966 Simon & Garfunkel song to top of charts

The song soars after playing a prominent role in a viral video of Ben Affleck appearing to react sadly to "Batman v Superman" reviews.

By April 8, 2016


Roku vs. Apple TV vs. Chromecast vs. Amazon Fire TV vs. Android TV

Fed up with your dumb "Smart TV?" Tired of waiting for your console to boot up just so you can watch Netflix? Lookng for a cheap tech gift? There are plenty of reasons to get a new dedicated video streamer. We'll help you choose one.

By April 20, 2016


Chart the future of the connected car from CES 2016

Join a group of expert panelists and moderator Tim Stevens for a look at what's to come from future in-car connectivity.

By January 7, 2016


How to watch every Marvel property in the perfect order

We've laid out every Marvel movie and tv show in the perfect order for you to watch -- or just to impress people.

By May 20, 2016


Ad blockers top Apple charts as iOS 9 debuts

Apple's newest mobile software lets you use third-party apps to block Web ads, which the maker of the Peace app calls "creepy, bloated, annoying and insecure."

By September 17, 2015