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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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Sarah Tew/CNET

Apple iPhones get recycled in this once secretive lab

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

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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.

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Marvel

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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Tyler Lizenby/CNET

This 59-hour Marvel movie marathon might just break me

It's been nice knowing you all.

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Marvel