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Stephen Shankland
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CNET News reporter, covering technology trends, Web and browser developments, and digital photography.
CNET News reporter, covering technology trends, Web and browser developments, and digital photography.

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Intel has made a 5G phone call with its prototype XMM 8060 "Gold Ridge" 2019 chip. And it's got gigabit LTE working on its 2018 XMM 7560, so maybe the next iPhone will get better network speeds.

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The ad-blocking Brave browser now lets you pay your favorite YouTube stars, not just pay website publishers. For now you fund the activity from your own bank account, but in 2018 the browser's ads will pay for it.

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Google, Microsoft, Amazon, and now Facebook... Apple is the only one of the Frightful Five that hasn't signed up for the Alliance for Open Media effort to make online video stream faster and look better.

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Firefox 57, now called Firefox Quantum and the culmination of more than a year of work at Mozilla, has arrived. Here's why you should give it a try even if you switched to Chrome years ago.

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The massive SLAC particle accelerator lab is getting a $1 billion upgrade for better materials science. Think of custom-designing just the right metal for the job. Other work: better batteries, zapping cancer, superconductivity.

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Prepare to start gobbling up robot-raised, protein-rich crickets. That's what longtime CEO chief John Chambers predicts will be the norm within 20 years.

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You may like the MacBook Pro Touch Bar. I don't, and here's why.

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Gmail add-ons are here, so you can turn your inbox into something more active and closer to the center of your online life. You can plug in Asana, Trello, QuickBooks, DialPad, Hire and several other services, and more are coming.

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When #5G networks come in 2019, they'll help your phone work in a crowd — and maybe ease your data-cap worries. Qualcomm expects even tough-to-handle 28GHz millimeter-wave radio will help networks accommodate much more traffic so your phone doesn't crap out in a busy city center.

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The Nomad leather iPhone case did its job, but after a year of use looks a lot more haggard than a less exotic rubbery plastic case.
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