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9 great reads from CNET this week

We check out the fitness functions on the new Apple Watch; drive an electric vehicle in Africa; and explore strange new worlds with Star Trek: Discovery.

Whew. The week is finally over. And was it ever busy. Google had a big event where it unveiled new Pixel phones. Facebook pulled down a bunch of pages ahead of the midterm elections. Privacy advocates told the Senate what they'd like in a data protection law.

If you missed anything, like Kanye West flashing his iPhone passcode while meeting President Trump, now's the time to catch up.

Putting Apple Watch Series 4 to the test

We like the device a lot, but want a longer-lasting battery.

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John Kim/CNET

Inside the luxury 'gaming house' built for YouTubers

It's called Click House and it has a helluva view.

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Jackson Ryan/CNET

Taking the Audi E-tron for a spin... in the Kalahari

We went to Africa to drive this 2019 SUV.

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Chris Paukert/Roadshow

Star Trek: Discovery is aiming for old school Trekkies

Spock has a beard?

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Jan Thijs/CBS

Google's Home Hub omits a camera

We don't need to see you in the bedroom.

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Sarah Tew/CNET

The stars of First Man remind us that space is the place

We speak with Ryan Gosling, Claire Foy and director Damien Chazelle.

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Universal

Facebook Portal brings Alexa, Messenger video chat to one device

An innovative camera gives video chats a professional look.

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James Martin/CNET

Alfonso Cuarón's Roma sparked my own rumination

This breathtaking movie caused Gabriel Sama to reflect on the privileges and contradictions of the middle class in Mexico City.

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Carlos Somonte

Here's how to sign up for the beta of Google's Project Stream game service

Play Assassin's Creed: Odyssey for free!

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Morgan Little / CNET

NASA turns 60: The space agency has taken humanity farther than anyone else, and it has plans to go further.

Taking It to Extremes: Mix insane situations -- erupting volcanoes, nuclear meltdowns, 30-foot waves -- with everyday tech. Here's what happens.