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Moving your stuff from your iPhone to an Android phone doesn't have to be exceptionally laborious. Here's how you can make that transition smoothly.
Dropping Yahoo email addresses is the top requested Flickr change, Flickr's new owner SmugMug says.
The 1,000-photo limit still stands, but site owner SmugMug won't delete your photos yet if you're having trouble fetching them now.
Flickr will keep only your 1,000 most recent shots for free accounts, or you can pay $50 a year for a pro membership.
Super Bowl 53 is still anyone's game.
In today's most important stories, Google Plus is coming to an end very soon. Meanwhile, a report says the iPhone may soon include advanced 3D scanning.
As rivals AT&T and Comcast expand their media businesses, Verizon struggles to find its footing.
Here's how you can stream the first round of the NFL Playoffs.
We bid farewell to all the tech products that failed, folded and fizzled out of existence this year. (And brace ourselves for tech that is doomed in 2019.)
Tech's major players made even more big blunders, marking one of the industry's worst years ever.
The tech industry has had so many screwups this year, it's hard to keep track. But with CNET's 2018 edition of Tech Turkeys, we're gonna try.
It's all there, including weather, horoscopes, search, email and sports.