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Lenovo's Yoga C930 is the ultraportable 2-in-1 we've been waiting for

The fine-tuned premium convertible's updated design adds more functionality, making this tough to beat if you can afford it. author

Give the gift of tech for under $100

Wrap up some magic this holiday season and give your loved ones the gift of gadgets. Here are some of the best tech gifts this year for under a hundred bucks. author

Get a closer took at the Volkswagen ID Buzz Cargo van

This all-electric concept may come to fruition in 2022. author

This Volkswagen Jetta goes over 209 mph

This Volkswagen Jetta goes over 209 mph author

Apple to expand offices, Google and Amazon play nice

In today's top stories, Apple will build a $1 billion campus in Austin, Texas, and expand across other US cities too. Meanwhile, Amazon carries the Google Chromecast again after a spat spanning three years. author

Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless blow away the AirPods' sound

These are the first truly wireless earphones that sound like premium headphones -- but they aren't cheap. author

Five things you need to know about the 2019 Subaru WRX

Turbocharged power, all-wheel-drive grip and upgrades like Recaro seats continue to make the WRX a joy for enthusiasts. author

The 2019 iPhone lineup may give you deja vu

The latest rumors suggest only one of three new iPhone models could get a significant design change from the 2018 lineup. author

Biggest hacks of 2018

Cambridge Analytica. Russians inside the US electrical grid. 2018 was a scary year for privacy: Let's look back at the most interesting cyberattacks of the year and see what's in store for 2019. author

AutoComplete: The Aston Martin Valkyrie's engine is certifiably insane

Plus: You can buy the first new Supra for charity, and Honda is bringing self-driving ATVs to CES. author

The lidar that not only sees you but knows what you're thinking

Luminar and Volvo combine lidar with AI to predict your next step. author

Intel's new chip architecture, Apple's subscription news service may arrive in the Spring

Today's major tech stories include Intel's announcement of a new CPU architecture, a possible launch window for Apple's subscription news service and LG's new laptops announced on the heels of CES 2019. author

The huge Marriott cyberattack may have been the work of Chinese spies

From The 3:59 show: Investigators believe the attack was part of a larger Chinese intelligence effort, according to a report. author

How to cut the cord like a pro

From The 3:59 show: Cutting the cord is more viable now than it ever has been, but that doesn’t mean it’s easy or simple. author

Unboxing the Nanoleaf Canvas

CNET editors unbox the Nanoleaf Canvas. These smart LED light panels are touch- and sound-sensitive. They can be controlled any number of ways: on the panel itself, with an app, Alexa, Google Home, Siri, or IFTT. At one point, the light panels are re... author

Google CEO testifies, Super Micro says 'no spyware'

Today's major tech stories include Google's CEO testifying in Washington, Super Micro saying there's no evidence of spying chips in their hardware and a new Pew study showing that most Americans get their news from social media. author

Best tech of CES 2018: Where are they now?

From the Sony Aibo robot companion dog to LG's crazy rollable TV, we find out where the best tech from CES 2018 is now. author

Five more things you need to know about the 2019 Chevrolet Bolt

Chevy's far-roaming EV hasn't changed much for 2019, but we've gotten to know it much better. Here are five more things you should know. author

Google+ is taking a dirt nap early

Google is killing off its social network sooner than planned after a bug affected over 52 million users. Meanwhile, Samsung and Huawei introduce notch-less Android phones with cameras built into the display. All that, your comments and more on this epi... author

Listen to the heart of Aston Martin's upcoming hypercar

We take a closer look at the 1,000-bhp 6.5-litre Cosworth V12 powering the Aston Martin Valkyrie. author

Representative slams colleagues, defends Google

At a DC hearing, one lawmaker says don't blame Google for negative results. author

US congressman demands to know if Google is tracking him

In a DC hearing, a representative from Texas tries to get an answer from Google CEO Sundar Pichai. author

How skateboards are inspiring electric cars

What's flat in the middle with wheels at both ends? Your next car. author

Best cheap phones to try now

Costs have dropped and the software keeps getting better. Here are the top cheap phones we love for 2018. author

Biggest tech stories of 2018

We look back on some of the biggest moments in tech this year and how they will shape our future in 2019. author

My Magic Leap Con experience: Porgs, robots and Andy Serkis

I tried eight mixed-reality apps for the first time, including games, tools and a virtual assistant. author

Google+ shutting down earlier than planned, Amazon fires seller scam workers

Today's major tech stories include Google's Plus social network shutting down earlier than scheduled, Amazon's firing of workers involved in a seller scam and China's iPhone ban as a result of a pair of Qualcomm patents. author

AutoComplete: Tokyo prosecutors slap Ghosn, Nissan with an indictment

Plus: Toyota teases a new Supra race car for Japan's Super GT, and Tesla's Navigate on Autopilot is learning how to handle traffic lights. author

Are iPhones really banned in China?

From The 3:59 show: We break down the latest legal spat between Apple and Qualcomm. author

EU clamps down on tech in 2018

From The 3:59 show: We break down GDPR and Article 13. author

Uber could go public in early 2019, CDC investigates e-scooters

In today's big tech news, Uber is reportedly prepping for an IPO, regulators investigate the growing number of e-scooter accidents and NASA records wind on Mars. author

Xiaomi’s brilliant sliding-camera phone keeps the screen notch-free

Xiaomi Mi Mix 3's slider is the best solution I’ve seen to maximizing screen space. author

This smart oven cooks with the power of light

Brava’s $995 countertop oven uses visible and nonvisible light to cook multiple foods at once. author

Apple waiting on a 5G phone, Qualcomm's ultrasonic fingerprint scanner

This week's most important tech stories include Apple's 5G phone plans, Microsoft bailing on its Edge browser and Qualcomm's breakthrough fingerprint scanner that uses sound waves. author

Alexa or Google Assistant? Which smart display should you pick?

Check out your options for this booming category of tech to figure out which one suits you best. author

You can do better than this LG Smart Display

Other Google Assistant smart displays look better or sound better and LG's costs more for some reason. author

AutoComplete: Honda is already building the new Passport

Plus, you can get a Gorilla Glass windshield for your Jeep, and the Bloodhound SSC won't hunt anymore. author

The Audi E-Tron shows us the future, underwhelms on the road

Audi’s first all-electric car promises an exciting future, if a slightly boring present. author

Top 5 things we want to see in the Aquaman movie

Jason Momoa's new film is almost upon us. We've got our fingers crossed that this is the best DCEU movie (which isn't saying much). author

So Retro: ToeJam & Earl get back in the groove

The funkadelic video game from the '90s is getting a refresh in 2019, blending iconic characters and game play with funky fresh new elements and effects. author

Inside a studio photoshoot of a luxury $25,000 watch

Join CNET photographer Andrew Hoyle as he shows the lighting and Photoshop processing required to photograph a luxury Hublot watch. author

Apple Watch 4 gains EKG, Lyft to go public

In today's big tech stories, Apple's wearable becomes a better health tool and Lyft files for an IPO. author

Smart lightbulb tips and tricks

You probably don’t think much about the lightbulbs in your home -- you flip the switch and expect light. But these days, smart bulbs can do so much more when paired with phone apps. Here are some of the benefits of upgrading your lighting. author

3 Mac apps to get you organized

If you own a Mac laptop, the screen can sometimes feel cramped. Here's a trio of Mac apps that can get you organized. author

Alfred breaks down Super Smash Brothers Ultimate (The 3:59, Ep. 500)

We spend episode 500 talking about Smash, Apple Watch's EKG support and Corning crazy bendable glass. author

The dirty little secrets of cheap gasoline

It's hard to tell where the gas in the pump really came from. author

Travelling 2,600 miles across Europe in a VW camper

We find out the reality of the vanlife dream by taking a VW California Ocean on an epic European road trip. author

Razer Blade Stealth sneaks in an end-of-year update

This slim 13-inch laptop can scale up to a 4K display and Nvidia MX150 graphics. author

We tested the Apple Watch EKG against a hospital EKG

How does the new EKG feature on the Apple Watch work, and what can it tell you about your heart? author

Secret Service testing facial recognition, Qualcomm's ultrasonic fingerprint scanner

Today's major tech stories include the Secret Service's intention to test facial recognition technology, Qualcomm's fingerprint scanner that uses soundwaves and Microsoft's initiative to offer high-speed Internet to rural US areas. author