CNET reporters Roger Cheng and Ben Fox Rubin tackle the top tech stories of the day. Don't mind their awkwardness.
Uber halts its autonomous-driving program after one of its cars hits a pedestrian. Also, AT&T's battle with the Justice Department kicks off.
Facebook is in hot water over data leaked to Trump-affiliated Cambridge Analytica. Also, Apple is looking into making its own display.
Google beefs up its security for smartphones, the US levels sanctions against Russia, and the internet of things still scares us.
We discuss sending cash via Alexa, more Equifax drama, and a wonder material that can charge your phone in 7 seconds.
On today's podcast, we chat about hospitals' use of VR, Trump's involvement in Broadcom and Qualcomm, and AMD security flaws.
The SpaceX CEO tells a SXSW crowd he wants to save humanity with a Martian beer, plus ransomware on robots and a "Ready Player One" review.
We break down everything about Samsung's latest flagship smartphone. Is the camera really that great?
How do you call out a bad tweet? We discuss that, flying cars and Microsoft's Surface Pro with LTE.
Recapping Roger's visit to the world's biggest mobile show.
We sit down with Marc Lesser, from the nonprofit Mouse, to talk about providing STEM programs.
We sat down with Marc Lesser, from the Mouse organization, to talk about providing STEM programs for kids.
Thursday's podcast is about Spotify's IPO, Equifax's data breach and Samsung's Intelligent Scan.