CNET reporters Roger Cheng and Ben Fox Rubin tackle the top tech stories of the day. Don't mind their awkwardness.
We got a look at Amazon's new TV product, Google made privacy easier to find, you could pay more taxes when shopping online now, and Intel's CEO steps down.
Instagram taps longer videos, California's net neutrality bill may get watered down and Disney comes back with a richer Fox bid.
We discuss Amazon's new version of Alexa, IBM's debating computer and Super Smash Bros.
Apple's making it easier for emergency personnel to find you, JPEG has a potential successor and why net neutrality supports are cringing at AT&T-Time Warner.
Verizon's got a new unlimited plan; Uber fights fraud; Comcast has officially bid for Fox; and Mozilla considers a voice-controlled browser.
We talk about the implications of AT&T buying Time Warner, how the Avengers and X-Men may be affected, and Super Smash Brothers Ultimate.
Talking about new games at E3, ZTE's ban, and electronics-sniffing dogs.
We discuss net neutrality's end and what happens next, the news out of E3, and the Wish shopping app's massive growth.
Talking all about Amazon's Alexa-powered video streamer.
We talk about new laptop tech, Safari privacy controls and ZTE coming back from the dead.
The embattled Chinese telco reportedly gets hit with a $1.7 billion fine, but a crippling US ban will be lifted.
We break down Apple's WWDC: iOS 12's tools to get you to use your phone less, iOS apps coming to Macs, and turning yourself into an animoji.