Today's major tech headlines include new Apple product details revealed in an iOS 14 leak, Sensor Tower's use of apps to secretly grab user data and OnePlus' CEO on 5G.
After decades of research and a bit of help from the late Terry Jones, a 600-year-old manuscript comes to life.
Malicious sites installed a "monitoring implant" that compromised personal data on iPhones that simply visited them, according to security researchers.
A small company alleges iPhones and iPads copied its facedown detection and low-power modes.
Netflix continues to make it easy to binge your favorite shows, wherever you are.
Misplace one or both of your AirPods? Use the Find My iPhone app.
A preview of Google Lens, which lets you use your phone's camera to search for info, will be available in the Google Photos app for iOS this week.
A new app uses augmented reality to turn pictures into sound right on your body. CNET sound engineer Bryan VanGelder got a tattoo specially to try it out.
Today's major tech stories include a shift in Apple's software development approach, Android P rumors and Uber's new rest enforcement.
In this week's wrap-up, Uber and Waymo end their fight over trade secrets and self-driving tech. Meanwhile, crucial iOS code leaked online but Apple says it's outdated.
Trying out an app before committing to paying for it is awesome. But there are a few things to keep in mind.
The long-awaited Nintendo Direct has arrived, with more games announced for the Switch's lineup throughout 2018.