It won't prevent teens from later becoming smokers. But some health experts say that focusing on the risk of addicting new smokers cuts off a chance to help adults quit.
It’s not just about the pandemic. How the new administration handles Covid-19 will be a test of every one of its policies—and its values.
The company’s software can sift through enormous amounts of data, and those metrics can be used to make life-or-death decisions.
The EQA has great standard tech and a handsome face, but we don't yet know if it'll come to the US.
The Dimensity 1100 and 1200 will first arrive in China in handsets made by realme, Vivo, Oppo and Xiaomi.
The former self-driving car engineer plead guilty to stealing trade secrets.
The award-winning rapper, whose real name is Wayne Michael Carter Jr., was to be sentenced later this month for felony gun possession. Another rapper, Kodak Black, gets a commuted sentence.
Get ready, number lovers -- 2021 has a total of 22 reversible dates.
Order comes on Trump's last full day in office.
A well-preserved beetle fossil from the Cretaceous period may be the missing fossil link to today's firefly.
Her white cape and fancy updo turn the singer into "Princess Slaya."
To enjoy great espresso at home, you'll have to invest in a quality machine. Here's a list of our favorite models we tested from Breville, Nespresso, Mr. Coffee, Cuisinart, DeLonghi and others.
The two companies are already testing self-driving trucks in Texas.
Improve your stats "in the office" and after hours with a good gaming keyboard that's less than $100.
Looking for new wireless headphones for the Galaxy S20? Here are CNET's top picks.
The presidential science advisor is being elevated to the Cabinet level for the first time.
The electric Lincoln SUV would be one of five new EVs Ford will build in Canada later this decade.
We get our first real look at the interior of what could be the rarest spec of Ford's upcoming Bronco SUV.
Porsche's entry-level Taycan EV offers as much as 469 horsepower, and yes, you can get it in pink.
The world's largest land animal is still hard to monitor in the wild, but satellites could make it easier.