From Zoombombing to Quibi to TikTok, we look back on the major stories that shaped the year in technology.
This holiday edition of Tech Today looks back at all the tech that died in 2020.
A global pandemic didn't slow down the tech world at all.
This year we can be grateful to say goodbye to some awkward tech. Look back on the before times as we bid farewell to the Segway, Google Glass... and whatever Quibi was supposed to be.
On CNET's I'm So Obsessed podcast, the actress discusses working on Hulu's Little Fires Everywhere, her childhood on screen, and upcoming work like Dr. Death on NBC Peacock.
Commentary: From torrents of misinformation to the quick rise and fall of Quibi, these tech flops stood out in a dumpster fire of a year.
You'll see some really successful companies on this year's list. That just means that even the giants can be compared to poultry from time to time.
This week's major tech stories include the United States' lawsuit against Google, Quibi shutting down and our iPhone 12 review.
The countdown to Quibi's final days has begun.
The unconventional Quibi launched in April as a $5, mobile first, short-form video service that featured big budget, megastar shows. It failed.
Today's top stories include Quibi's shutdown, GMC's new, all-electric Hummer, and a huge Twitch stream for the US Congresswoman known as AOC.
It's on Android TV, Apple TV and Amazon Fire, but not on Roku yet.