Twitter suspends Infowars host Alex Jones' ability to tweet - CNET Twitter suspends Infowars host Alex Jones' ability to tweet     - CNET

Twitter finally follows the lead of every other social media platform.

today, 3:21
Xbox One's translucent Phantom Black controller arrives September 11th

A pair of new Xbox One controllers is on the way next month, including the nifty-looking Phantom Black Special Edition. It has a translucent black finish on the top of the controller that transitions to champagne gold at the bottom. The inputs are bl...

today, 0:13
Lawmakers ask Ajit Pai about false DDoS claims Lawmakers ask Ajit Pai about false DDoS claims

A handful of Democratic lawmakers have some questions for FCC Chairman Ajit Pai regarding claims of a DDoS attack that the Inspector General recently concluded were false. Specifically, they want to know when Pai became aware that disruption to the a...

yesterday, 22:13
Netflix's 'Next Gen' trailer features John Krasinski as your robot buddy Netflix's 'Next Gen' trailer features John Krasinski as your robot buddy

Netflix's movies and shows couldn't compete at Cannes this year, but the streaming titan did come home with more content -- including worldwide distribution rights (except in China) for the animated film Next Gen. The company released the first trail...

today, 7:44
Samsung's Exynos modem will make 5G phones real Samsung's Exynos modem will make 5G phones real

Samsung has unveiled a 5G modem that meets all the latest standards and can hit 6Gbps mmWave speeds. The Exynos Modem 5100, built using Samsung's 10-nanometer process, conforms to the latest 3GPP release 15 spec for sub-6GHz and mmWave 5G spectrums....

today, 14:22
Tesla board forms independent group to explore going private

It's been an eventful seven days for Tesla. What started with CEO Elon Musk tweeting he'd like to take the automaker private last Tuesday has only gotten weirder since. In response, the board has formed a special committee to evaluate the business mo...

yesterday, 17:46
Sharks have a new enemy: Magnets - CNET Sharks have a new enemy: Magnets     - CNET

Scientists say a few $2 magnets could be enough to save sharks and rays from dying in commercial fish traps.

today, 8:20
Reebok's first plant-based shoes go on sale for $95

It took a while, but Reebok's first plant-based shoes are ready for your feet -- the company is now selling limited numbers of the NPC UK Cotton + Corn through its website for $95 a pair in unisex sizes. You'll have to be happy with a lone "natural/c...

today, 1:53
Amazon's 'The Romanoffs' teaser shows desperate claims to fame

Amazon is finally ready to show more of The Romanoffs than its all-star cast. The internet behemoth has posted a full-fledged teaser trailer for the Prime Video anthology series, and it's evident that the show is equal parts serious and irreverent....

today, 3:02
MoviePass owner posts huge loss as investors launch lawsuits

Back when MoviePass first announced its $10-a-month subscription for one movie a day, AMC said the scheme was like "turning lead into gold." Since no alchemist stepped forward to do that for MoviePass, the movie ticketing service's parent company, He...

today, 14:41