The tech news cycle returned to normal this first full non-CES week of the year. We got . President Donald Trump , calling out Apple for refusing to create backdoors that would help law enforcement agencies unlock iPhones.
And Microsoft also grabbed headlines, with the( , you procrastinators!), the and the release of Microsoft's new Edge browser.
Here are the week's stories you don't want to miss:
Vegetarians, vegans, even kosher and halal eaters closed out of pork and cheeseburgers before -- we're not the ones making new fake meats go viral.
The overhauled browser is more compatible with today's websites. It also gives more power to Google's vision for the web.
Stewart and other Star Trek: Picard cast and crew talk deepfakes, Crispr and other tech that terrifies them.
Mojo Vision's smart contacts put text in my eye and let me see in the dark. They're aiming for even more than that.
Companies try every trick, stunt or ploy they can conjure up to catch your eye online.
Look out for these design and price trends for 5G, foldables and gaming phones this year.
Some makers of connected sex devices take security seriously. What about the others?
Bendable glass is the missing ingredient in today's foldable phones. But what if bendable screens were made from one of the hardest materials on Earth?
Commentary: I'm so ready to dump my kid into the arms of a robot. Does that make me a terrible parent?