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Past articles by Lisa:

What the iPhone 15 Pro Might Tell Us About Future iPhones

Commentary: Apple's iPhone Pro series says a lot about the company's vision for the iPhone. And that could have big implications for future models. → Read More

Apple Watch Series 9 First Look: Double Tap Gesture, Faster Performance

The Apple Watch Series 9's new S9 chip plays a big role in the watch's new features. → Read More

I Visited Samsung's Home Turf to See if Foldable Phones Are Really the Future

Samsung and other makers of Android phones see foldable designs as the key to where the smartphone is headed. But in Seoul, foldables are already everywhere. → Read More

Best Flip Phone of 2023

The Galaxy Z Flip 5 is currently our top pick, but there are a couple of other choices too. → Read More

Helpful Chatbots, Clever Rewrites: What AI Means for Texting

Companies like Snap and Google are infusing generative AI into their messaging apps. → Read More

Samsung's Next Foldable Phones Are Coming on July 26

The company usually announces new foldable phones and smartwatches during its summer Unpacked event. → Read More

Google Pixel Fold Review: A Promising Start, but Not Perfect

Google's first foldable is $1,799, has a useful cover screen, an excellent camera and room for improvement. → Read More

Review: Motorola's Razr Plus Made Me a Flip Phone Believer

The Razr Plus 2023 proves that flip phones have a lot more to offer than just portability. → Read More

The Galaxy Z Fold 5 Features I Really Want to See

Commentary: Samsung's next big foldable phone needs a bigger cover screen and more software capabilities that make use of its foldable form. → Read More

Apple Wants to Make the Apple Watch Your 'Key to the World'

Apple's vice president of technology, Kevin Lynch, speaks with CNET about WatchOS 10 and the company's approach to new Apple Watch features. → Read More

Google Is Using AI to Show How Clothes Look on Real People Before You Buy

The new virtual try-on feature uses generative AI to outfit models with different body types in the same article of clothing. → Read More

Google Pixel Watch Update Brings 3 Big Missing Features

The Pixel Watch is getting blood oxygen level measurements and other additions more than six months after its release. → Read More

Phones I'm Looking Forward to in 2023: iPhone 15, Galaxy Z Fold 5 and More

We're expecting to see new phones from Apple and Samsung in the second half of 2023. → Read More

Your iPhone and Other Apple Products Are About to Get Easier to Use

Commentary: Widgets in iOS 17, MacOS Sonoma and WatchOS 10 could help keep us from having to switch between so many apps. → Read More

Why Apple Vision Pro's $3,500 Price Makes More Sense Than You Think

Commentary: Apple's first headset is too expensive for most people. But there are a few reasons why it isn't so farfetched. → Read More

Some iOS 17 Features Will Look Very Familiar to Android Fans

Apple's next iPhone update gains some familiar features that should improve the phone calling experience. → Read More

How WatchOS 10 Will Enhance Your Apple Watch: New Features Announced at WWDC

New widgets and watch faces are coming to the Apple Watch in WatchOS 10. → Read More

I Hope WatchOS 10 Has These Apple Watch Features

WWDC is less than an hour away, and we're expecting to learn more about the next big software update for the Apple Watch. → Read More

How Samsung Could Take the Galaxy Z Flip 5 to the Next Level

Commentary: A bigger cover screen, more Flex Mode features and better battery life could go a long way. → Read More

Apple Watch Features I Want to See in WatchOS 10

We're expecting to learn more about Apple's next big software update for the Apple Watch at WWDC 2023. → Read More