CNET reporters Roger Cheng and Ben Fox Rubin tackle the top tech stories of the day. Don't mind their awkwardness.
Google's got new ways to let you track your activity, Microsoft has spotted an election-meddling attempt, and we check out the Oppo Find X phone.
We break down what the OnePlus 6T arriving on T-Mobile means, look at Amazon's rumored DVR and tease our in-depth profile of the new Microsoft.
We break down CNET's full review of the Note 9, talk about T-Mobile customers getting Pandora Plus free for a year, and discuss crappy customer service.
Plus: Alexa and Cortana join forces.
Talking to CNET's Richard Nieva on his reporting about Zuck and Facebook's privacy scandal.
Catching up on the Defcon and Black Hat cybersecurity conferences.
We break down Samsung's big Unpacked press event, and open up to audience Q&A on the Galaxy Note 9, Galaxy Home and Galaxy Watch.
Special guests and Samsung experts Jessica Dolcourt and Shara Tibken break down Samsung's latest flagship phone.
Special guest Scott Stein shares his impressions of the augmented-reality headset.
We look at the controversy over Infowars, grab a slice of Android P, and look at the FCC’s comment system mess.
Why Android phones and iPhones will get pricier, T-Mobile's new cheaper plan and a boot camp to reform teenage hackers.