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We get a peek under the shroud of mystery surrounding the next two Star Wars films. CEO Bob Iger also offers fans new hope about movies beyond Episode IX.
There's a new crop of emojis coming in mid-2017. Here are the ones people on social media think will be the best.
Today the variables in refrigerator designs are almost limitless. Do you prefer one over another? Bring your opinions to the table and let's see what the majority likes.
Coming soon from CNET, a new show about how tech is changing the way we raise our kids.
The commission approves new rules that give phone companies more ammunition to fight annoying robocalls.
You can now add reaction emoji to individual messages and @ mentions in group chats.
The potential product looks like a laptop with an iPhone-sized slot where the touchpad would be.
Hulu's upcoming series based on the Margaret Atwood novel shows a future where women have been stripped of their rights. This trailer reveals how it happened.
Misfit's upcoming smartwatch goes Android Wear 2.0, but its feature set and price sound pretty great.
Commentary: A UK child unlocks his unconscious mother's iPhone by pressing her thumb to the home button and asking Siri to call for help.
The new "Justice League" teaser is all about Jason Momoa as the king of the seas, and fans will see more in Saturday's trailer.
We talk about where the iPhone SE stacks up in Apple's portfolio, the latest Android watch and how to get our work out on!
Zane Lowe, the head of Apple's radio channel, sees Beats 1 DJs filling a music culture void left by automated streaming libraries.
Updates will bring audio-only calls and file sharing to the video-calling and chat apps.
A high-quality fan-made parody of "Beauty and the Beast" turns the song "Gaston" into a raunchy ode to Deadpool.
This year is going to rock.
The VisionBody Powersuit uses electrical stimulation to get your muscles vibrating rapidly while you exercise to increase the intensity of the workout.
You're going to be a small business and your own boss. The only real questions are when and whether you go voluntarily or involuntarily.
The online arm of the terrestrial radio giant formerly known as Clear Channel continues to sign up new users.
The highest-quality home video format available has hit low prices on titles like "Suicide Squad," "John Wick" and "Sicario."