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9 great reads from CNET this week

Apple introduces Memoji (they're exactly what you think they are); Asus shows off sexy new machines; and Amazon makes changing the TV channel even easier.

That was fast. Five days up, five days down. Apple's WWDC. Computex. A new Amazon device. If you missed any of it, here's your chance to catch up. 

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You're going to absolutely love Apple's new Memoji

Samsung got there first, but Apple nailed it.

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James Martin/CNET

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is inspired by Cold War thrillers

Don't worry. It still has a ton of dinosaurs.

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Universal

Even without new consoles, E3 will be gaming's big week

Get your controllers ready.

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Josh Miller/CNET

Taylor Swift flips the script and follows her fans online

It's called "Taylurking."

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Cameo provides you with custom shout-outs from sort-of celebrities

A custom b-day video from a member of boy band 'N Sync? Your Facebook friends will go wild.

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Cameo

Apple wants to give iOS apps a new life on Macs

But don't hold out hope that Macs and iPhones will merge.

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Josh Miller/CNET

Asus is making the sexiest tech gear in the world

Yeah, you read that right.


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Aloysius Low/CNET

Amazon Fire TV Cube brings Alexa to your TV

As if the remote didn't make you lazy enough.

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Sarah Tew/CNET

Here's the ultimate iOS 12 vs. Android P smackdown

Read on to find out which is winning.

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Juan Garzon/CNET

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