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LG's next flagship phone could be very different, Netflix will raise its prices and Apple's Tim Cook calls for more privacy. Again.
Foldable phones and digital assistant wars. Also, Nike’s self-lacing shoes get more affordable
Who won CES? And we pick our favorite stuff from the show.
Day 2 at the world's biggest tech show.
We run through the big headlines of CES's media.
The amazing three Indy movies are streaming right now. Also that fourth one. Ugh.
We take a look back at 2018's most exciting tech stories from Apple's biggest launches to Zuckerberg's troubles with Parliament.
The Alfonso Cuarón film makes its streaming debut.
Plus, Apple is building its own HQ2 in Austin, Texas.
David Katzmaier updates his advice for cord-cutters, the Marriott cyberattack may be the work of Chinese spies and Intel chips score a breakthrough.
We talk China, data collection and political bias.
The iPhone maker is facing a possible ban in China, Qualcomm is trying to destabilize Apple and Intel, and Europe is tightening regulations on Silicon Valley.
Find a great gift idea with these books that are only available, or only really work, in physical dead-tree form, from a lavishly illustrated history of Dungeons and Dragons to the creativity-inspiring Wonderbook.
We spend Episode 500 talking about Smash, the Apple Watch's EKG support and Corning's crazy bendable glass.
Qualcomm and Samsung show off prototype 5G phones, Hulu bets on anime and ads that show when you hit pause and that Avengers 4 trailer still isn't here.
Plus, a look at Ring's Neighbors app.
We preview the Qualcomm Snapdragon Tech Summit and talk about a mashup between live theater and VR.
It may be crass at times, but it's fun.
Plus, Apple's iPhone XR sales show strength.
We talk about Musk's Boring Co. hitting a snag, how the e-scooter craze can be hazardous to your health, and the week CNET spent with robot dog Aibo.
We break down the momentous Mars landing, run through Cyber Monday and question whether "classic" consoles have hit a wall.
This week on the Carfection audio podcast we're at the track for an epic shoot with every single generation of BMW M3 to see how this aspirational sports car has evolved over the decades.
We talk about a strange new LG patent, Elon Musk moving to Mars and Cyber Monday.
Taylor Swift's new record contract hopefully means a better deal for Universal artists and rumours point to Samsung's Galaxy S10 being huge and covered in cameras. We cover it all on the UK's best tech podcast.
Friend of the show David Katzmaier visits to talk TV.
Plus: More Facebook scandals and Alfred Ng gets to talk about Super Smash Bros.
The Kominisky Method puts together Douglas and Alan Arkin in a new Chuck Lorre show.
Plus, a look at Amazon's Fire TV Recast and complaints about Facebook removing posts.
New York and Virginia -- and Tennessee? -- are Amazon's prime selection.
A look at the Zozosuit, a new Amazon-Apple partnership and Alibaba's Singles' Day.
Apple's new iPad Pro may come with a high price, but Andy is still very excited for it. Plus, Rich tells us about Star Trek being highbrow.
Cuddle up with Al and Peggy this weekend.
We discuss that foldable phone, Facebook Portal and the best smartphone you can't buy in the US.
We break down the svelte Air and talk about how restaurants are collecting your data with waitlist apps.
How is this thing not going to be a gimmick? Also, we talk about Bixby getting smarter and the biggest threat to the midterm elections.
The show is called Homecoming, and it looks like it's going to get intense.
Plus, a look at your voter data and a new privacy bill is introduced.
If that's not enough, we also chat about the new iPad Pro and the Mac Mini.
A look at what to expect from Apple's press event Tuesday. Plus, a look at Sam's Club Now.
We find out how Facebook is going green in Ireland, uncover a forget-me-not font and check out First Man and Venom.
Welcome to the Carfection audio podcast. This week we cover the McLaren Speedtail, new Top Gear presenters and the Paris Motorshow.
This new series has a much harder edge than other teenage witch shows you've seen before
Plus, sneaker-buying bots and Twitter's earnings.
We talk about how 5G can shake up how we watch video, examine Apple and Facebook's stance on privacy and break down CNET's exclusive interview with the FCC.
Delving into the new phone's screen, camera and more.
Also, a breakdown of the Razer Phone 2 and the challenge connecting folks in rural areas.
Marvel's Matt Murdock is back for his third season.
Plus, more details on the Facebook hack, and Sonos considers adding Roku's voice assistant to its speakers.