|Original articles from CNET.|
|Wendy's Debuted 'Feast of Legends' Fantasy RPG|
The burger wars are heating back up again, with Feast of Legends allowing players to fight for Queen Wendy and their never-frozen beef patties.
|Steam's Colonel Sanders Dating Sim is Totally Hot|
Please welcome the chiseled, anime Colonel Sanders and his Finger Lickin' Good Dating Simulator on the Steam gaming site.
|Arby's Latest Marketing Stunt: The Marrot|
In a time full of plant-based meat, Arby's is taking a different approach: a carrot made from meat, called the 'marrot'.
|Game of Thrones Actors Say Goodbye to Plastics|
The Mountain, Hodor and Septa Unella reunite for an environmental message in a new ad for SodaStream.
|All the Rumors Surrounding Apple's Upcoming iPhone Release|
Apple is rumored to be planning three new iPhones for 2018, including one with three rear cameras. If Apple follows the same plan as past events, the 2018 iPhones will be announced in less than two weeks.
|Disney's 'Netflix-Killer' Finally Has a Name|
In the battle of the streaming giants, we now have the actual name of Netflix's biggest upcoming opponent. A report on Friday revealed that Disney's streaming platform will be called "Disney Play."
|Apple May Relaunch HomePod as a Beats Product|
The latest scuttlebutt has Apple producing a $200 HomePod and thinking different about its branding.
|20 Chromecast Tips and Tricks|
The Chromecast is a simple device with few features. However, there are some tricks up its sleeve you may not be aware of.
|Alexa: the Venmo of Voice? |
Daon has developed a way for you to send money to other people via voice assistant. Banks may adopt the new tech as soon as this year.
|Szechuan Sauce Will Be at All US McDonald's on Monday|
"Rick and Morty" made the discontinued dipping sauce a cult favorite, and now the fast-food chain is promising 20 million packets.
|What You Need to Know About the Net Neutrality Repeal|
The FCC is set to roll back Obama-era regulation protecting an open internet. Here's a quick rundown to help you understand the issues.
|Your Mac May Be Insanely Easy to Break Into|
The latest version of Apple’s software has a glaring hole in it: You can log in with just the username "root."
|Samsung Mocks Apple in Latest TV Spot|
In a new ad, Samsung returns to the attack on Apple, as it laughs at the iPhone, and the last 10 years. Even the iPhone X's infamous notch.
|Google Home Should Stop Chasing Alexa|
Google is expected to unveil a device similar to the Amazon Echo Dot today, but it has the pieces in place to do more.
|Alexa now works in Amazon Music on iPhone and Android|
Alexa's understanding of natural language gives you the option to say things like "play the new song by..." or "play the song that goes..."
|Snapchat Filters for Funerals?|
Many people set up special filters for birthdays, graduations and weddings. Funerals are just a logical, if unusual, next step.
|The Life, Death and Resurrection of Teddy Ruxpin|
Born in 1985, the storytelling bear was the world's first animatronic toy. It was a smash hit as soon as he landed on shelves.
|iPhone 8, iPhone X, AppleTV 4K and All Apple Announced|
Here's everything you missed from Apple's event at the new Steve Jobs Theater.
|NES Classic will return to stores in 2018|
The popular retro-inspired console has risen from the dead.
|AppleTV 4k: What to Expect Tuesday|
A new streaming box is likely to be unveiled alongside new iPhones.
|The Quest to Make Alexa More Human|
Amazon is already figuring out ways to make Alexa more conversational, allowing her to remember more about you and carry on longer chats.
|Bud Light Channeled #GoT In Latest Spot|
In a new ad, perfectly timed to coincide with the "Game of Thrones" series finale Sunday, the beer manufacturer offered a perfectly natural setting for its product.