Reports say there will be no Galaxy S11 but an S20 instead. The images online show a phone that looks a lot like the S10 with some changes. But there are a lot more details, including a new Ultra edition.
The world’s first 3D printed office building opened in Dubai in 2016. It took 17 days to print and two days to assemble on site. How does Dubai meet its target of 3D printing 25% of new buildings by the year 2025?
From Alienware's latest PC concept that looks exactly like a Nintendo switch to impossible pork, there were a lot of big things in CES tech this year. And what about Samsung, Sony and the other big boys???
Facebook's deepfakes ban. • The Sonos' lawsuit vs Google (and, eventually, Amazon) • Some of the awesome stuff he saw at CES. • The improvements coming to audio in Bluetooth's new Bluetooth LE Audio spec.
Amid raised alarms over anti-social algorithms, an explosion of research in areas such as differential privacy, algorithmic fairness and algorithmic game theory is forging socially aware algorithm design.
TikTok releases its first transparency report but China isn't listed • The TRACED Act, which aims to curb robocalls, is now law • The odd changes to Amazon's return policy • The history and future of battery technology.
Learn about the two most common types of 3D printers: FFF or Fused Filament Fabrication and SLA or Stereolithography Apparatus. Which printer works for specific applications, and what materials do they use?
CNET says goodbye to the gadgets that were goners this year starting with a lovable smart home device founded by MIT roboticists with $3.5 million in funding, a countertop robot, a Samsung product & more.
Devices as always-on digital companions • The meatless Impossible Whopper. • Why tech companies have so many patents in their arsenal if they'll never become something real. • "Deepfakes and Cheap Fakes."