It was a big week in the streaming world, first with a, which will cost $15 a month starting in May. Then, on Friday, we saw , the s $5-a-month service.
Meanwhile,and , a move that distinguishes it from Facebook and its decision not to censor ads by politicians -- . Despite that controversial stance, .
Here are the week's stories you don't want to miss:
The company says it makes moderation errors. Others, particularly conservatives, see censorship.
But the streaming wars are a fight Apple isn't likely to lose.
There's a whole other layer to Marvel films that's bringing in big dollars in the world's biggest market.
Commuting with the new noise-canceling AirPods puts me in a sealed-off state of mind.
Last November, 20,000 Google workers protested the company -- and changed the tech industry in the process.
The Insight Project is Ninja Theory's ambitious plan to combine neuroscience, biometric sensors and game design to treat mental illness.
In a Q&A, the award-winning actor talks about Fight Club, the joys of streaming services like Netflix, and the new noir film he directed and wrote that opens in theaters Friday.
A decade at CNET has shown me how computing has changed, from the rise and fall of the laptop -- to its eventual return in new forms.
For better or worse, there is nothing in this world quite like a Hideo Kojima game.