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9 great reads from CNET this week

The electric scooter fad gets completely out of control; Keegan-Michael Key takes on Predator; Apple brings WWDC back to the basics; and more.

What a week. So much happened (and not all of it was on Twitter). Couldn't keep up? Catch up! Here's a quick look at some of CNET's best stories. (You can sign up for a newsletter version of this weekly rundown here.)

The electric scooter craze has hit new heights. People are cutting brake lines!

The Wild West looks pretty tame compared with the mad, twisted electric scooter craze in San Francisco.

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Keegan-Michael Key is an action star now. But don't worry, he's still funny as hell

Key stars in a reimagining of Predator, but don't expect him to be your average action hero.

Mark Mann

Apple is bringing WWDC back to basics. It's all about services

The consumer electronics giant is expected to promote "Digital Health" at its Worldwide Developers Conference next week. 

James Martin/CNET

That Solo cameo was the best thing about the whole movie

Spoiler alert: I don't really care what happens to Han or Lando, but I can't wait to see where they take this character.

Jonathan Olley

You haven't seen weird until you've seen Computex

Asia's biggest tech show makes Silicon Valley look tame.


Amazon's Echo is beating HomePod, but Apple could catch up

AirPlay 2 made the HomePod better, but Apple's smart speaker isn't perfect yet.

Tyler Lizenby/CNET

Here's what it's like to get a souped-up Tesla Model 3

CNET's Ashley Esqueda gets some new wheels.

Tesla Model 3

A master of horror reimagines AI and it's as scary as you think

Leigh Whannell, who brought us Saw and Insidious, examines technology's dark side in Upgrade.


You wouldn't believe how quickly Facebook built a profile of me

Alfred Ng reboots his Facebook account but can't escape ads. 

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Cambridge Analytica: Everything you need to know about Facebook's data mining scandal.