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Recent articles by Scott:

Fitbit Sense ongoing review: Time will tell how useful stress tracking can be

The Sense tracks your stress, temperature and has an ECG, but interpreting all this data can be a puzzle. → Read More

Fitbit Sense ongoing review: Time will tell how useful stress tracking can be

The Sense tracks your stress, temperature and has an ECG, but interpreting all this data can be a puzzle. → Read More

Fitbit Sense ongoing review: Time will tell how useful stress tracking can be

The Sense tracks your stress, temperature and has an ECG, but interpreting all this data can be a puzzle. → Read More

Microsoft Surface Duo took me on a roller coaster of emotions

It's a first-gen experiment, and it shows. The Duo has lots of rough edges and unsatisfying experiences. → Read More

Facebook's VR AR visionary on what comes after the Oculus Quest 2

Michael Abrash heads Facebook Reality Labs Research. He tells CNET about his vision for the next gen of virtual and augmented interfaces. → Read More

Eighth-generation iPad hands-on: Apple's new 'good enough' tablet has one key improvement

The iPad Air is fancier, but this updated classic is the better deal. → Read More

Apple Watch can now be your kid's phone, and it's easier than expected

My first impressions of the Apple Watch's new Family Setup feature on day one. → Read More

Hands-on with Apple's new iPad: For most, more than enough

The iPad Air is fancier, but this updated classic is the better deal. → Read More

Oculus Quest 2: Facebook's $299 VR headset feels too good to be true

The Oculus Quest 2 is faster, smaller and cheaper than the original. But you have to live in Facebook's world. → Read More

Oculus Quest 2: Facebook's $299 VR headset feels too good to be true

The Oculus Quest 2 is faster, smaller and cheaper than the original. But you have to live in Facebook's world. → Read More

Facebook's Project Aria is test-driving tech for AR glasses on real-world people this year

Facebook's full AR glasses are years away, but the road-testing has begun. Its VR and AR VP Andrew Bosworth talks with CNET about AR's future and VR's present. → Read More

Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed and Splinter Cell are coming to VR

Adaptations of both games are Oculus exclusives, unveiled at Facebook Connect. → Read More

Facebook's $299 Oculus Quest 2, reviewed: The best VR headset gets better... mostly

Faster, smaller, cheaper. The Oculus Quest 2 feels too good to be true. But you have to live in Facebook's world. → Read More

iPad Air 4 looks like the iPad Pro for less

The $599 revision adds basically everything (except Face ID). → Read More

Microsoft Surface Duo review: Cool design, janky performance

It's a first-gen experiment, and it shows. The Duo has lots of rough edges and unsatisfying experiences. → Read More

Amazon Halo fitness tracker sounds awesome, but also like a Black Mirror episode

Amazon's new health service and fitness band offers a new take on health metrics that includes a body fat analysis using your phone's camera and voice analysis to determine how you sound to others. → Read More

Microsoft Surface Duo review: Cool design, janky performance

It's a first-gen experiment, and it shows. The Duo has lots of rough edges and unsatisfying experiences. → Read More

Microsoft Surface Duo review: Two screens aren't always better than one

It's a first-gen experiment, and it shows. The Duo has lots of rough edges and unsatisfying experiences. → Read More

Microsoft Surface Duo review: 2 screens aren't always better than one

It's a first-gen experiment, and it shows: The Duo has lots of rough edges and unsatisfying experiences. → Read More

What Apple's next iPad could bring

You've probably already made your back-to-school purchases, but Apple might be delivering a new iPad anyway. → Read More