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CNET editor Tim Stevens and San Francisco district attorney George Gascon join “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss the possibility of equipping cell phones with a “kill switch” - something that can make a stolen phone inoperable, and of no value to a thief.
Sega redesigns the iconic blue hero for a new game and TV series, California pushes for a smartphone kill switch, and Amazon adds new tricks to its shopping app.
On today's episode, we'll count the days until you'll never have to sign a credit card receipt again. We'll also recount a story of a mailing glitch that shows exactly how much banks know about your life, and discuss the merits of the Agree It app that lets you borrow real money from your Facebook friends.
After two years of incremental upgrades, the XPS 13 gets a touch screen revamp that works.
CNET's Dan Graziano shares with you tips and tricks for Google's latest flagship smartphone.
All right, ladies and gents, Valentine's Day is a week away. This year, update classic, go-to gifts with some hot pieces of tech. CNET's Kara Tsuboi has some high-tech recommendations that just may be right for your sweetheart.
There's no reason to spend over $100 for a great sounding portable Bluetooth speaker. Here are five that rock.
It isn't at all flashy, but this entry-level Android does what it says.
How will the iWatch charge? The best looking iWatch concept you'll see, and is fitness and health the next focus for Apple?
Originally launched as the ZTE Iconic Phablet, the Boost-branded Max is a 5.7-inch 4G LTE phone with a dual-core processor, Android 4.1.2, and an 8-megapixel camera.