We just closed our first full week of November. In other words, it's officially holiday shopping season, as you could maybe tell from ourand . You might just bite the bullet and buy that special someone a new iPhone -- this week CNET .
Meanwhile, T-Mobile is, like a $15 plan and free broadband for low-income families, so long as it's able to complete its merger with Sprint. We learned . And you can now buy Microsoft's HoloLens 2 augmented reality headset, .
Here are some stories from the week you don't want to miss:
All it took was courage, science and 14,000 square feet of taffeta.
In over six years of testing tech, this is a first for me.
The dire words are a call to action. "Many of us feel like the time is running out for us to act," says the co-author.
It's redesigning the core element of quantum computing, the qubit.
The star of the sequel to The Shining also talks about playing a character battling addiction, a horror he knows all too well.
Two Chinese companies blacklisted by the US government over human rights violations have won Innovation Awards over the last two years and are listed to return to CES.
The AR headset is here, but some of its key software tools are still to come. Here's why it's so expensive.
Commentary: It doesn't really matter whether the legendary director of The Irishman likes Captain America, but we should listen to his warnings.
Whether it's electric vehicles, ride-hailing services, e-scooters or self-driving cars, the last 10 years led to massive changes in the ways we get around.