|Original articles from CNET.|
|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.