It was Microsoft's turn this week to host a product parade and it had
, from laptops to a new OS to a phone. Yes. A phone. Again. After many failed attempts. Only this time lots to show off with a dual-screen display. it's an Android phone
, CNET got some quality time with Samsung's Galaxy Fold -- we even novel displays -- and concluded that put it through a marathon stress test . Also, this foldable phone future might actually be a thing this week as your fastest new route to JFK. Uber Copter launched to the public in New York
Beyond the big headlines, here are the week's stories you don't want to miss:
Samsung's foldable phone survives around 120,000 folds in our livestreamed test.
Christian Android apps account for hundreds of millions of downloads on the Google Play Store -- and too many are data devils.
Before you crack open that Bible app, make sure it's not on our list of data devils.
And it's turning to a rival to get back in the phone game.
The 2010s blessed us with a wealth of excellent TV. It was tough work, but we chose our favorites.
Microsoft bets its SQ1 tweak to Qualcomm's 8cx processor will speed up Windows on Arm and attract crucial software developers.
A federal appeals court has paved the way for states to adopt their own rules.
The Skydio 2 is smart enough to avoid trees and buildings as it follows you around. Two new controllers also help action-cam shooters direct the drone. This year's batch has sold out.
Makeup artist Nicki Ledermann got in Joaquin Phoenix's face to apply the iconic makeup. "I wouldn't wanna call him weird..."
Would you buy a serial killer's artwork? What about their hair? A new podcast investigates the gruesome world of true crime memorabilia.