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Art and architecture on the Microsoft Surface Studio 2

Artist Caitlin Masley tries the latest Surface desktop for 2D illustration and 3D design. author

Samsung's foldable phone next year? Sony bails on E3 2019

This week's major tech stories include Samsung's foldable phone possibly making a debut in the first quarter, Amazon choosing its two HQ2 locations and Sony deciding not to attend E3 2019. author

5 things you need to know about the 2019 VW Beetle Final Edition

The last Beetle gets a special edition to celebrate one of the most popular cars ever. author

How deep can the iPhone XS and XR go?

It's the ultimate water test where we subject the iPhone XS and iPhone XR to depths they never saw coming. author

TSA's automated security lanes aim to speed up holiday travel

A new security checkpoint design could shorten wait times at TSA checkpoints across the US. author

Best deals to score big on Black Friday

Next weekend, many Americans will be enjoying an annual tradition. Not reheating Thanksgiving leftovers, but snatching up the best deals on gadgets and electronics on Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Here is how to find the best deals. author

AutoComplete: We drive Audi's new Formula E car in Spain

Plus: Toyota's new Corolla sedan debuts, and people suck at driving in school zones. author

AmazonBasics Microwave lets you tell Alexa to make the popcorn

Adding Alexa commands to a microwave is an obvious next step for the kitchen, and this affordable AmazonBasics model makes it accessible to almost anyone. author

Amazon Fire TV Recast is one of the best DVRs for the money

The Amazon Fire TV Recast offers a fun and easy way to stream over-the-air TV around your home. author

Dolby Dimension headphone adds another dimension to the home-entertainment experience

The company's first consumer-electronics product is a $600 wireless headphone designed for binge-watchers with multiple viewing devices and deep pockets. author

Driving the 2019 Formula E car

The first seasons of Formula E may have been a little underwhelming, but in 2019 a brand new car promises to bring new excitement. We get behind the wheel of this 2019 Formula E. author

Top 5 tech turkeys of the year (2018 edition)

Facebook, Apple and even Elon Musk aren't immune from making mistakes. author

Room for improvement: Toyota Entune 3.0 in the 2019 Corolla Hatchback

Toyota's third-generation Entune infotainment isn't perfect, but it's so much better than before. author

Reasonably rockin' 'rolla: 2019 Toyota Corolla Hatchback XSE

With this new 2019 hatchback model, Toyota has pulled off the improbable and created a sporty and stylish Corolla that I actually *want* to drive. author

Facebook under scrutiny, a startup aims to bring AR to contact lenses

A New York Times report says Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg shifted blame amid mounting troubles at the social network. Meanwhile, augmented reality could be closer to your eyeball than ever before. author

Checking the tech in the 2018 Nissan Kicks

A new, streamlined Nissan Connect infotainment system has Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as highlights. author

2018 Nissan Kicks: A quirky new crossover has some smooth moves

The latest subcompact crossover offers plenty of value in an ubercute little package. author

2020 Toyota Corolla sedan boasts bolder styling, more features

The car offers two engine choices, a standard Wi-Fi hotspot and an improved suspension. author

Zuckerberg defends actions after New York Times investigation

In a call with reporters, CEO Mark Zuckerberg characterized the story as "untrue" and claimed he didn't know Facebook hired a firm to discredit Facebook's critics until he read it in the article. author

AutoComplete: EPA tries to help the Takata recall along

Plus: Jag Land Rover tries V2X and IIHS finds that AEB works well. author

Would you buy a car we've flogged?

Sometimes you can buy the very car you see in a review. But should you? author

5 tips for free-tier Spotify users

If you decide to go with the free music-streaming version, check out these handy tips. author

Netflix tests cheap mobile plans, Pixel 3 Night Sight now live

Today's major tech stories include Netflix's testing of a cheap mobile plan overseas, Google's Night Sight going live on the Pixel 3 and Google's Assistant receiving routines for specific Android apps. author

Join us for a ride in Ford's prototype self-driving car

Self-driving cars aren't quite ready for prime-time, but we're getting close and Ford's work with Argo AI in Miami is helping get us there. author

This smart oven makes meal-kit cooking easier than ever

Tovala's second-generation smart steam oven is a $349 meal-kit wizard. author

Smart and smart: Genesis Connected tech in the 2019 G70

Its strength lies in simplicity. But with the right set of features, the Genesis Connected dashboard tech suite is anything but bare-bones. author

2019 Genesis G70: A subtly sharper sport sedan

Genesis' sport sedan formula will be familiar to fans of Kia's Stinger, but the new G70 Sport is sharper in almost every way. author

Aston Martin gives us one last blast of analogue excellence with the V12 Vantage V600

Cars with hydraulic steering, a manual gearbox and a naturally aspirated V12 engine are few and very far between. The Aston Martin V12 Vantage V600 may be the last of its breed. author

AutoComplete: Land Rover gives us a new Evoque but it's made of wire

Plus: Uber launches a rewards program and Kia teases its new Soul ahead of the LA Auto Show. author

Ralph Breaks the Internet is a fantastic sequel that memes the web

The Wreck-It Ralph sequel pushes its characters to grow while satirizing so much of the internet. author

Google Assistant gets new features to supercharge your holidays

With Home Hub and Assistant updates, you can now save your favorite cooking recipes and trigger routines with your alarm. author

Amazon chooses HQ2 locations, Waymo's self-driving service may launch in December

Today's most important tech stories include Amazon's selection of its HQ2 locations, Waymo's possible launch of its self-driving ride sharing service in December and Apple's T2 chip regulating aftermarket repairs. author

Dark-matter hurricane is nothing to worry about

It sounds scary, but you don't need to stock up on canned goods or plan your evacuation. author

Galaxy S10 and foldable phone coming soon?

Samsung's newest phones could be officially revealed in the very near future. Pricing info for the foldable Galaxy might have also leaked. Meanwhile, Google tries to make changes in response to protests. All that, your comments and more on this episode... author

Every Stan Lee Marvel movie cameo

The late comic-book legend Stan Lee was known for his brief and usually humorous appearances in Marvel films. We've compiled them all for one look at his onscreen legacy. author

AutoComplete: The Ford Bronco looks rugged, capable and awesome

Plus: Waymo is taking its self-driving vans commercial and BMW gives us the hottest new 3 Series yet. author

Top 5 ways to spend your time in a self-driving car

Get your comb and toothbrush ready! author

Amazon announces HQ2 in a split decision (The 3:59, Ep. 489)

New York and Virginia -- and Tennessee? -- are Amazon's prime selection author

See the best laptops of 2018

Dan Ackerman shows off some of his favorite gaming, two-in-one and MacBook laptops of the year, just in time for holiday shopping. author

The Property Brothers can trick Face ID

We meet the Property Brothers -- Jonathan and Drew Scott -- for a technology-themed round of "Know Your Brother." Oh, yeah, and Drew can unlock Jonathan's iPhone with his face. author

Samsung's foldable phone may arrive in March, Lyft's rewards program

Today's major tech stories include a possible March arrival for Samsung's foldable phone, Lyft's new rewards program and Tesla's price adjustment to base models. author

AutoComplete: Jaguar made a rally-spec F-Type that you can't buy

Plus: Tesla's S and X get price changes and Chevrolet puts a price on the Bison. author

Marvel comic book legend Stan Lee dies at 95

Beloved comic-book creator Stan Lee is dead, but he leaves behind a long legacy of characters and stories that will last for generations. author

Trump probed over AT&T, Amazon; Mars Rover gets a destination

In today's top tech stories, Democrats are to investigate Trump over his actions on AT&T and Amazon, and Facebook reportedly fired Oculus' Palmer Luckey over his political views. author

Top 5 gadgets of the last month

We ran the numbers! These are the devices that CNET readers are most interested in. author

Just Cause 4 is like Breath of the Wild on crack

Big dumb fun is even better when you add a tornado to the mix author

Galaxy X foldable phone FAQ: Specs, release date, price

Here's what we know and what we don't. author

Unboxing the gold 2018 MacBook Air

CNET editors unbox the gold 2018 MacBook Air. The gold is beautiful in this much-needed redesign of the beloved laptop. author

Facebook’s pricey Portal Plus brings loved ones closer

Facebook’s Portal Plus and Portal smart displays connect you with friends and family — even when you live far away. author

MacBook Air reviews, Samsung's foldable phone

This week's standout tech stories include reviews of Apple's brand new MacBook Air, Amazon's first-ever toy catalo and the debut of Samsung's foldable phone. author