9 Fantastic reads from CNET this week

So yeah, Apple kept us somewhat busy this week, hosting a unveiling event Tuesday because of the new iPhone 11, that can be  $50 cheaper than its last base model. It also showed off luxury iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max versions and shown all sorts of merchandise information, like cost tags because of its forthcoming Apple Arcade and Apple TV Plus services.

But Apple was not the only major tech company from the spotlight. Both Congress and state attorneys general this week amped up their antitrust probes of technologies titans such as Google and Facebook.

Here would be the week’s tales we do not want you to overlook:

Between restoring internet neutrality, regulating the tech industry and handling the nation’s housing crisis, California condition Sen. Scott Wiener never quits moving.


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Apple eventually full of the very glaring blanks regarding its streaming support: its launch date and cost. But you might want more replies until you commit.


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Commentary: Apple Arcade’s library can put me off the endless treadmill of freemium games.


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The good, the bad and the ugly facet of utilizing bacteria to enhance human wellbeing.


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With a layout that is going on three decades and attributes that rivals have needed for a little while, it is tough into get excited.


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From Portugal into Paris to Poland electrical scooters have invaded Europe, but it is far from a smooth ride.


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Quit hanging about people while they vape.


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A pedophilia scandal spurred YouTube to vow it would not permit comments on videos with children age 13 and younger. Six weeks afterwards, they are still easy to discover.

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