There was lots of talk of milestones this week: Gmail turned 15. Verizon launched its 5G network. Avengers: Endgame smashed a ticket sales record going back 19 years.
And CNET writers marked the week with so many great stories, it was hard to pick.
In this chaotic world we live in, CNET's Erin Carson seeks order in the form of a tremendously large CD collection.
Yes, Virginia, there is an HQ2. Never mind the beating Amazon took with its failed effort in New York.
Thanks to VR, how we spend our evenings out could soon change dramatically.
Verizon claims incredible 5G speeds on its brand-new network. That's not what happened for me.
But -- bright side! -- videos with your face on somebody else's body usually aren't as tantalizing to bad guys as, say, creating political chaos.
Fifteen years ago, the new email service showed everyone Google was more than just a search company.
This must be how Chewie felt when Han died.
Beyond facial recognition, we're giving smart devices and platforms our intimate biometric details.
I ate Burger King's new Impossible Whopper, made of plant "meat." Here's how it went.