9 great reads from CNET this week

There was a lot of money news this week. Capital One reported a data breach that exposed the personal info of nearly 106 million customers and applicants. And Apple predicted a rosier-than-expected next quarter, despite its iPhone sales dip.

But our coverage went well beyond dollar signs and bottom lines. Here are the week’s stories you don’t want to miss.

I fulfilled a lifelong dream of doing donuts and jumps behind the wheel of a 1,500-horsepower monster truck.

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As it prepares to open a pristine redwood grove to the public for the first time, a California conservation group is using technology to protect the giant trees forever.

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Crazy-fast phone speeds are great, but 5G could radically change the way you drive, shop or visit the doctor. We break down how 5G might impact your life.

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Dish will be the new fourth wireless option for Americans, and there’s no lack of skeptics about the new service.

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Police promote Ring partnerships as a way to keep communities safe. Now they’re inundated with video of people engaged in innocent activities.

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Consumers just aren’t that into paying $1,000 for a phone anymore.

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Wearable pumps like Elvie and Willow won’t fix your every breastfeeding woe, but they give moms some freedom and dignity back.

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Today’s megarich sports industry began with an eccentric soccer-mad Californian and the player for whom history repeated 35 years later.

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It’s gotta have it all — or else.

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What the Note 10 Plus will reportedly look like.


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