CNET

Memes fly like Eagles as Philly pecks apart the Vikings     – CNET
bumn-news.com

Social media was buzzing about everything from Nick Foles’ phone call to Crisco-covered street lights. And now, Tom Brady awaits.

3
Like
Save
'Game of Thrones' is halfway through filming final season     – CNET
bumn-news.com

Star Peter Dinklage says cast and crew are taking their time as the HBO hit prepares to wrap up for good in 2019.

2
Like
Save
Tim Cook: I keep my tween nephew away from social networks     – CNET
bumn-news.com

Commentary: Speaking to students in the UK, the Apple CEO also says learning coding is more important than learning a foreign language.

9
Like
Save
The secret's out for 'Star Trek: Discovery' star Shazad Latif     – CNET
bumn-news.com

The actor who plays Lt. Ash Tyler reveals his most surreal — and most painful — acting moments as his character’s big twist is finally revealed. Spoilers!

5
Like
Save
Watch a pilot battle incredible winds to secure a landing     – CNET
bumn-news.com

Commentary: At Dusseldorf airport in Germany, windy landings are a regular occurrence. This one, however, looks like it was especially fun.

7
Like
Save
Facebook shirks responsibility, says experts can't be trusted     – CNET
bumn-news.com

Commentary: In asking Facebook’s so-called community to decide which news sources are trustworthy, Mark Zuckerberg offers a truly disturbing rationale.

4
Like
Save
Apple's Beats is on Tom Brady's side     – CNET
bumn-news.com

Commentary: In an ad to coincide with the AFC Championship game, Beats features the New England Patriots quarterback being deaf to criticism.

3
Like
Save
Twitter says Russian propaganda more widespread than estimated     – CNET
bumn-news.com

The social network will email more than 600,000 users in the US who saw tweets from Russian-linked accounts during 2016 election.

10
Like
Save
NSA surveillance programs live on, in case you hadn't noticed     – CNET
bumn-news.com

Lawmakers renew spy programs that collect massive amounts of global communications with little fuss. Privacy advocates say secrecy led to limited debate.

4
Like
Save