The social network is going after click-bait stories, Apple asks hackers to test its security and T-Mobile promises to match Verizon's wireless coverage next year.
We also laser in on the Galaxy Note 7 iris scanner, and the fastest wireless carrier in the US.
We also talk about Verizon's lackluster earnings results and a wearable meant to help couples conceive.
Mobile operators say they're ready for an onslaught of data traffic in Philadelphia as political junkies gather for the Democratic National Convention.
Wireless carriers are ready for tweeting, Facebooking, Instagraming Democrats after smoothly handling the Republicans in Cleveland.
Verizon is buying Yahoo's internet assets for $4.83 billion. CNET's Lexy Savvides and Ian Sherr have the Inside Scoop on what it means if you use Yahoo Mail, Sports and Finance.
CNET interviewed co-founders Jerry Yang and David Filo in October 1995 when Yahoo was taking off as the coolest destination on the web.
CNET interviewed Yahoo co-founders Jerry Yang and David Filo in October 1995 when the web portal was taking off as the coolest kid on the internet.
No more speculation. If all goes to plan, Verizon will combine Yahoo's internet business with AOL.
We also discuss the kickoff of the Democratic National Convention, and San Diego Comic-Con 2016.
It's official. Verizon will pay $4.83 billion for Yahoo's core business and merge it with AOL.
In a letter to Yahoo employees, CEO Marissa Mayer indicates she wants to stay on at the company after its acquisition by Verizon.
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