Today's major tech stories include Spotify's new radio-focused Spotlight service, Amazon's list of 20 possible cities for its new HQ and Snap laying off roughly two dozen employees.
The social networks will show every goal scored, game recaps and stream live programming of this year's biggest sporting event from Russia.
It was a year in tech that some people probably want to forget. From the Equifax hack to the 10th anniversary iPhone to net neutrality, CNET editors take a look back at the best and worst that 2017 had to offer.
From Facebook to Instagram, Snapchat to YouTube, these are the moments that made waves in 2017.
The video website improved vertical video playback for iOS devices in its latest update.
Commentary: A new survey shows that many parents use tracking technology or other means to keep tabs on their kids' online activity.
Remembering the technologies and companies that bit the dust in 2017 and speculating on those ahead. With bonus resurrections!
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission will investigate if digital platforms like Facebook are helping or hurting Australian journalism.
Instagram's Snapchat-like feature lets you create photo sequences that expire after a day.
The company hopes the refresh will bring in new users, and aims to distinguish "the social from the media."
The biggest video site on the web has a new feature that's a lot like those short photo and video "stories" popularized by Snapchat.
Snapchat introduces its redesign. Plus: an easy way to break in to a Mac, and the new "Avengers: Infinity War" trailer.
Cameras that make great holiday gifts
Let them start the new year with a step up in photo and video quality from a phone.