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Verizon's New 'Unlimited' Data Plan Compared to Other Carriers
Now that Verizon has changed its unlimited data plan, it's time to see how everyone's all-you-can-eat plan stacks up.
Fujifilm's Instax SQ10 Instant Camera Review: It Mixes Analog and Digital, With Mixed Results
Fujifilm's latest instant camera shoots square film, but is it worth tolerating a quirky camera?
How to Get Free Kindle Books With Your Library Card
All you need is an internet connection, a library card, and a good e-reader to dive into your next page-turner.
Android Oreo: Features and Release Date
You’ll want it, even if you can't get it yet.
How to Photograph the 2017 Solar Eclipse Using Your Smartphone
Don't have a DSLR with a fancy lens? That's fine. You can still get some great photos using your phone's camera.
Why You Can’t Download All the Streaming Media You Want
You should be able to TiVo the internet. Here's why you can't.
Cord-Cutting Still Doesn't Beat the Cable Bundle
Cord-cutting is not cheap or easy, and there's not much hope of improvement on either front any time soon.
Heading Back to School? Download These Study Apps for Android and iOS
These great apps can help keep you on track in school.
Bang & Olufsen's Beosound Shape Speakers Create a Beautiful Wall of Sound
The BeoSound Shape is assembled from three flavors of hexagonal tiles, all of them covered in pretty fabric.
Gadget Lab Podcast: Essential Wants to Get Into Your Pocket—and Your Smart Home
This week's podcast is all about the Essential Android phone.
Review: Essential Phone
Think of Essential's flagship phone as the anti iPhone.
Essential 360˚ Camera: Hands-On First Impressions
This add-on for the Essential phone shoots spherical photos, and demonstrates the company's magnetic accessory dock.
Review: Miggö Pictar One iPhone Camera Grip
A $100 accessory that aims to improve your iPhoneography.
Trick Out Your Dorm With Cool Gear Even Students Can Afford
Upgrade your dorm with a Roku Express, Aeropress, smart light bulbs, and more without going broke.
Nokia’s New Phone Ushers In the Unfortunate Era of the ‘Bothie’
You like taking selfies and regular photos. Get you a phone that can do both... at the same time.
Ditch That Landline and Use Google Home Instead
Now you can call any person or business from your Google Home, like the world's smartest speakerphone.
This Stress-Free Fish Tank Lets Plants Do the Cleaning
Startup Back to the Roots makes a self-cleaning, plant-growing aquaponic fish tank.
Meet Hexa, a Six-Legged Insectile Robot That's Just As Creepy As It Sounds
It’s not designed to remind you of an insect, though. It’s meant to bring robot hacking to the masses.
9 Cool Notebooks to Help You Write Right
Upgrade from the basic spiral bound with one of these stylish notebooks.
Ikea's Home Smart Line Could Shake Up the Smart Home Industry
Only one product line. Not many features. And a blueprint for every smart home company out there.
CNET Android Update
News, analysis and tips on the Google Android operating system, and devices and apps that use it.
Android Oreo is here and you can get it soon - CNET
Google announces the name of its latest version of Android with the unveiling of a statue in Manhattan that took place while the moon was eclipsing the sun.
Google to Android developers: Cut the crappy apps, or else - CNET
Apps that are crash-prone or battery hogs are now demoted in Google Play search results so you'll be burdened with fewer one-star duds.
Waze launches Android Auto integration video - Roadshow
Popular navigation app can now be viewed on bigger in-car displays.
Google's Motion Stills for Android tries to fix your video clips - CNET
The app can stabilize shaky video from your phone or produce a fast-forward version -- all designed for easy sharing on social media, of course.
Samsung Galaxy S8 begins era of better Bluetooth - CNET
Bluetooth 5 short-range networks send data twice as fast or four times as far. Samsung's new flagship phone is the first to support it.
Google's Family Link unlocks Android for kids - CNET
Its newest app for Android gives parents a peek at their children's online activities while giving millions of kids 12 and under access to Google services.
Take the Android Taste Test to easily customize your phone - CNET
Tired of searching the Play Store for icon packs and launchers to personalize the look of your phone? Google's got your back.
15 tips for organizing your Gmail - CNET
Your inbox is a mess. Here's how you can fix that.
15 common Android problems and how to fix them - CNET
A guide for troubleshooting some of the most common and frustrating error messages seen on your Android device.
Google app becomes a destination, not just a search tool - CNET
An update shows the net giant wants you to rely on its mobile app to gather and present all kinds of information Google expects will be useful.
Getting started with Android Auto - CNET
Google's safety-minded car-mode software is no longer restricted to cars with compatible infotainment systems. Here's how to use it in any vehicle on nearly any Android phone.
Adobe Lightroom for Android makes it easier to dump your PC - CNET
A new feature, the ability to edit raw photos, makes tablets and phones a more powerful option for Adobe's software for editing and cataloging photos.
Google uses AI to help you find that obscure Android app - CNET
A neural network -- and a human touch -- help Google figure out which apps belong in which categories.
How Google's Pixel phone builds a better photo - CNET
The new Android phone blends multiple shots into one to generate photos that look more like what your own eyes see.
Google to Apple: It's your move now on VR, smart speaker - CNET
Google's Daydream View headset and Home speaker are two products that Apple doesn't have an answer for.
Pixel, the first real Google phone, in pictures - CNET
Google added a new camera module, a smarter fingerprint reader and Android 7.1 to its new Pixel and Pixel XL phones.
Samsung wants you to appear in Note 7 advert after recall debacle - CNET
A casting call has gone out for owners of the troubled device to share their experiences in an advert.
How Google hopes its Pixel camera will win over iPhone fans - CNET
With faster shooting, better image stabilization and artificial intelligence, Google aims its Pixel phones straight at the photographer crowd.
Facebook's Messenger Lite lights up old Android phones - CNET
The social network's quest to connect the developing world continues with a pared-back version of its messaging app.
Samsung plays up Galaxy Note 7's iris scanner - CNET
The company's mobile chief touts iris recognition as the "safest security technology."
Galaxy Note 7 tops every other phone display ever, testing firm says - CNET
Samsung's soon-to-be-released phone-tablet hybrid scores "very good" to "excellent" in virtually all measures of its display, according to DisplayMate.
Samsung may release future Galaxy S phones with curved display only - CNET
The company might dump the flat-screen variant of its flagship lineup, hints a Samsung exec.
Verizon rumored to carry new 'Nexus' phones - CNET
Tweet from known leaker Evan Blass places quotation marks around Nexus. What could that mean?
First phone filled with Nougat likely to come from LG - CNET
The South Korean company will take the wraps off its new V20 phone on September 6. For now, it is the first in line with the new Android 7.0 Nougat operating system, beating even Google's Nexus brand.
Samsung Pass to let you access your financial apps via your irises - CNET
The iris scanner on Samsung's new Galaxy Note 7 will retrieve your banking information in the blink of an eye.
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