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It was hard today to believe beyond the revival of coronavirus cases, which in the United States topped 4 million cases and nearly 145,000 deaths. Worldwide there are now about 15.6 million verified cases and around 636,000 deaths. 

But CNET has actually likewise been concentrating on China and its transfer to control the most significant innovations in our lives. Huawei is obviously a huge gamer, however there are likewise numerous other Chinese smart device makers to take notice of.  And we have actually struck the roadway — practically anyhow — with our yearly summertime Road Trip series focused this year on innovators who can prepare us to manage an altering world.

Here are the week’s stories you do not wish to miss out on:

What we still do not understand about the COVID-19 pandemic, the worst health crisis in living memory. 

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People who invested years developing their lives in the United States are questioning whatever. 


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Superfast cordless and much better innovation might alter how we play video games and connect with computer systems — once again. 


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Voice assistants are advancing rapidly — and at the same time might alter us. Should we attempt to do anything about it? 


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China’s tech champ has actually been captured up in intensifying political stress, however it’s figured out to keep and even enhance its success on the worldwide phase.


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It might be the start of a new age of wearable health awareness in a time of pandemic. 


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Coronavirus required courtrooms to go virtual. Disconnections and the digital divide make it more difficult to argue your case. 


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From environment disaster to nuclear winter season, simply how most likely is it that mankind will deal with an apocalyptic occasion? We break down the world’s most significant dangers and what you can do to prepare. 


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The Italian federal government authorized a strategy to secure Venice from floods in 1973. Marred by corruption, the task will lastly be total next year. 


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