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The world in your pocket: How smartphones will get smarter in 2022

Google, OnePlus, Asus and Motorola give us a taste of how our phones will be more useful, intelligent and powerful over the next 12 months. → Read More

Peacemaker's Chukwudi Iwuji explains how James Gunn cast him in GOTG3

Peacemaker premieres Jan. 13 on HBO Max. Chukwudi Iwuji who plays Clemson Murn is on CNET's I'm So Obsessed podcast to discuss his role and working with James Gunn. → Read More

Sony Xperia 5 III review: A more balanced take on the Xperia 1 III

The smaller, less expensive Xperia 5 III strikes a better balance for photographers, filmmakers, gamers and creative types than the larger Xperia 1 III. → Read More

The iPhone at 15: Steve Jobs revealed his greatest product 15 years ago

The iPhone's magical revolution started on Jan. 9, 2007 and helped Apple grow into a $3 trillion company over the next 15 years. → Read More

Google's vision for Android at CES 2022 promises one of Apple's best qualities

Google plans to make Android work better with Windows, Chrome OS and Matter in 2022. → Read More

At CES 2022, Y-Brush reveals a new design for its 10-second toothbrush

The French company, Y-Brush, showed off a concept for its next-generation toothbrush at CES 2022. → Read More

Not enough iCloud storage? Pssh, you can still back up your iPhone

How to back up your iPhone and why you should be doing it regularly. → Read More

Why the Red Hydrogen One phone shows up in movies like Netflix's Don't Look Up, F9

Despite being a flop when it came out, the $1,300 Red phone with a 3D screen keeps showing up in new films. → Read More

Purrble is an excitable toy that wants to help kids manage anxiety, emotions

The interactive toy gets so excited that kids want to help it calm down, and learn how to do the same along the way. → Read More

Showrunner for HBO's Insecure wants finale to feel like the show will continue

Prentice Penny, the showrunner and executive producer, talks with us ahead of the Dec. 26 series finale. → Read More

Galaxy Z Flip 3: Why it's so fun to take photos with Samsung's new foldable

Samsung didn't upgrade the cameras, but the Galaxy Z Flip 3 offers a unique and wonderful experience for snapping a picture or recording a video. → Read More

iPhone 14 Pro: Here's how Apple could remove the notch for good

Commentary: Here are a few ways Apple could make a notchless iPhone. → Read More

How to back up your iPhone to iCloud, Mac, Windows (and why you should)

We'll also tell you what you need to know before backing up your iPhone or iPad. → Read More

How Apple could remove the notch on the iPhone 14 Pro for good

Commentary: Here are a few ways Apple could make a notchless iPhone. → Read More

Henry Cavill 'leads from the front' according to The Witcher's Paul Bullion

On CNET's I'm So Obsessed podcast, the actor explained how when it came to COVID protocols during filming Cavill was a role-model for all. → Read More

Is the iPhone default browser bar annoying you? Here's how to move it

In iOS 15, Apple added the ability to move the Safari search and address bar to the top or bottom of the screen. Here's how to move it where you want. → Read More

How to take 3D photos: This free Android app does the work for you

Turn your pet and food photos into epic 3D masterpieces. → Read More

How to AirDrop a file from your iPhone, iPad or Mac

If you're not using AirDrop on your iPhone yet, you're sorely missing out. → Read More

Leonardo DiCaprio's a 'huge nerd,' says Don't Look Up science adviser

Adam McKay, the writer and director behind The Big Short and Anchorman, and astronomer Amy Mainzer discuss their new Netflix film on CNET's I'm So Obsessed podcast. → Read More

Adam McKay describes Leonardo DiCaprio as nerdy

On CNET's I'm So Obsessed podcast, the writer and director behind The Big Short and Anchorman and astronomer Dr. Amy Mainzer discuss their new film Don't Look Up on Netflix. → Read More