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9 great reads from CNET this week

We learn how a fitness tracker won't necessarily make you healthy, what the Apple-Qualcomm settlement means for a future 5G device and what's up with the screen-fail on Samsung's new foldable phone.

It felt like the week was all about the release of the Mueller report. But there were a lot of other big stories, too, like the tragic fail of some screens on Samsung's exciting new foldable phone, the surprise ending to Apple and Qualcomm's patent licensing battle and a few privacy snafus to boot.

Here are some great stories you may have missed.

I wear fitness trackers all the time... and I still gained weight Here's why

Using a device won't make you healthy.

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Apple iPhones get recycled in this once secretive lab

Keep this in mind as Earth Day approaches: All those iPhones don't recycle themselves.

James Martin/CNET

Disney Plus: 5 unanswered questions about Netflix's streaming rival

Disney doled out a mass of information but somehow still managed to miss a few key points.


Pinterest's IPO shows the internet isn't always as awful as you think

Pinterest might not be as big as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or Snapchat. But that could be a good thing.

James Martin/CNET

New Xbox and PlayStation hardware hint at the future of gaming... six years late

Reality is starting to catch up to my 2013 expectations.

Ashley Esqueda/CNET

Apple, Qualcomm will bring you a 5G iPhone -- just not this year

There just isn't enough time to get the modems ready for September.

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Galaxy Fold screen meltdown: What to do if you bought one

Samsung's first foldable phone is turning from sensation to tragedy fast.

Sarah Tew/CNET

Your home security system shoots a lot of video -- here's what happens with it

Are those wireless signals encrypted? Is anyone watching those video clips? We asked all of the top providers.

Tyler Lizenby/CNET

This 59-hour Marvel movie marathon might just break me

It's been nice knowing you all.