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Fossil has a ton of new smartwatches coming out later this year - CNET
The company announced new smartwatches and hybrid watches from luxury brands like Michael Kors, Tory Burch, DKNY and Kate Spade New York.
Misfit Vapor with Android Wear could be one of the best fitness watches - CNET
Misfit's upcoming smartwatch goes Android Wear 2.0, but its feature set and price sound pretty great.
Singapore may be trying out 'flying taxis' in the near future - CNET
Taking to the skies on a drone to head home in the island state could be a thing in 2030, says Singapore's Ministry of Transport.
Chinese trojan detected spreading through fake base stations - CNET
The interestingly named "Swearing Trojan" appears to be using fake mobile base stations in China to send phishing SMS messages to fool victims.
‚ÄčAirbnb teams up with SF Giants to help homeless families - CNET
In a goodwill gesture, the home rental company will donate upward of $250,000 to a local community organization this season.
Prosecutors hacking phones seized during inauguration protests - CNET
Court papers say data is being extracted from 100 locked phones seized during arrests at anti-Trump protests.
Solar-powered 'skin' could make fake limbs more real - CNET
In a bid to advance the development of lifelike prosthetics, researchers turn to the sun's rays to power sensors that allow electronic skin to mimic the human kind.
Super Mario Run makes leap to Android - CNET
The popular smartphone game hits Android devices three months after its iOS debut.
Apple reportedly target of shakedown over iCloud accounts - CNET
Hackers demand $75,000 in bitcoin by April 7 in exchange for not resetting account credentials, Motherboard reports.
China's ZTE pleads guilty to selling US tech to Iran - CNET
The telecom equipment maker may be on the hook for as much as $1.2 billion for violating sanctions against Iran.
‚ÄčImpossible Foods to supersize production of lab-grown burger - CNET
The maker of meatless patties opens a large-scale production facility and plans to pump out 1 million pounds of faux meat every month.
The oldest Vespa in existence is up for auction - Roadshow
It's No. 3 of the 60 prototypes.
This designer Samsung TV looks like a painting - CNET
Most TVs look like big, black rectangles that clash with your otherwise tasteful decor. This chic Samsung is wall art. Bonus: A TV that looks like sculpture.
Stupid, dangerous and viral: Saying '108' to Siri - CNET
Law enforcement agencies around the world are asking people to stop giving Apple's digital assistant the three-digit code for emergency services in India.
Amazon's next big market: Dubai? - CNET
The Seattle online retailer reportedly agrees to buy leading Arab world e-commerce player Souq.com.
AT&T pulls ads from YouTube, other Google sites - CNET
The US carrier joins British retailers after ads appear next to extremist videos on YouTube.
Twitter mulls greatest tennis player: Williams or Federer? - CNET
Social Cues: After GQ calls Roger Federer the "greatest tennis player of all time," Twitter gushes back with love for Serena Williams...and also Waluigi.
Netflix 'Death Note' trailer looks write-fully creepy - CNET
A mysterious book kills anyone whose name is written in it. Good thing a teenager finds it (they're totally stable).
These US cities have the best mobile networks - CNET
Indianapolis tops the list of cities with great cell coverage. New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles -- not so much.
Boba Fett meets Toblerone, and the sweet result is Boblerone - CNET
The Force will not be with your teeth if you bite into it -- it's a resin sculpture, not chocolate.
Gambling site seeks 'Head of Trump betting' - CNET
Commentary: Irish site Paddy Power insists there's a need for someone to come up with imaginative bets on matters associated with the president.
Netpicks: Everything coming and going on Netflix for April 2017 - CNET
Big new originals including "Bill Nye Saves the World" and "Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Return" anchor Netflix's April.
See Mount Etna erupt in striking space photo - CNET
An astronaut's camera captures an unusual nighttime view of Mount Etna erupting with streaks of red lava.
GoPro video shows why it's not wise to ride a retired racehorse - CNET
Commentary: It all starts so nicely. And then the horse remembers it used to be a racehorse.
Samsung Galaxy S8 could have a 3-month refund policy - CNET
If you find you hate that Galaxy S8, you may be able to return it, no questions asked.

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