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From industry news to techy trends to newsmaker interviews, no technology angle is too small or obscure to explore. Our reporters take you there in this video series that aims to bring you even closer to the tech news you find daily on CNET News.

We also break down the start of the legal battle between T-Mobile, Sprint and several states looking to block their merger.

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We discuss the new Wonder Woman trailer, Crisis on Infinite Earths TV crossover and Watchmen.
We also break down the scourge of ransomware and run through the tech products that died this year.
From The Daily Charge: The sensor may appear in the next Samsung and Apple flagship phones.
Plus, Qualcomm builds a better fingerprint reader and holiday sales start strong.
From The Daily Charge: You'll need to pay up for special Samsung and OnePlus phones compatible with the new network. We debate whether it's worth it.
From The Daily Charge: A look at how online sellers are responding to Amazon and Walmart's faster deliveries.
We walk through One UI 2 on a Galaxy Note 10 and take a look at the new Galaxy Fold flip phone concept.
From The Daily Charge: The move is a big shift considering Legere is so deeply linked to the Un-carrier movement
CNET got early and extended time with the folding Razr, and we break the phone down for you.
We sat down with Motorola VP of Design Ruben Castano to learn how the company rebuilt its iconic Razr phone with a foldable screen.
From The Daily Charge: The phone service offers up a bunch of new benefits to entice regulators to OK a merge.
The Star Wars themed plane rolls out in Houston, Texas.
We chat with CNET audio expert Ty Pendlebury about finding the best sound equipment.
UPS and CVS Pharmacy have tested deliveries by drone to homes in North Carolina.
A look at the privacy concerns now that Google owns the wearable company. Also, hackers have been targeting Facebook ads accounts to promote fraud with other people's money.
Instagram killed off this feature in early October, and this app wanted to revive it. Also, Twitter is killing off political ads, while Facebook has no problem with politicians paying to lie.
Samaira Mehta is an 11-year-old entrepreneur with big dreams to bridge the gender gap in STEM.
We get an inside look at the spacesuit for tourists, made by Under Armour for Virgin Galactic flights in 2020.
CEO Mark Zuckerberg announces Facebook's new strategies to protect freedom of expression.