New York MTA is battling COVID-19 with UV lights and infrared sensors

New York MTA is battling COVID-19 with UV lights and infrared sensors

The MTA is looking at different technologies to make its subways, trains and buses safer for riders.

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Cars with 5G are coming soon and here's why

Cars with 5G are coming soon and here's why

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5G reaches for the moon

5G reaches for the moon

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For OK Go, Zoom calls are still harder than shooting in microgravity

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Billionaire Mark Cuban: Ditch passion projects, focus on 'things you're good at'

Billionaire Mark Cuban: Ditch passion projects, focus on 'things you're good at'

In a new interview series called Now What, Cuban shares his views about challenge and change.

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We're at an inflection point in work-from-home adoption

We're at an inflection point in work-from-home adoption

ZDNet's Larry Dignan talks with leaders from Stanley Black & Decker and eXp Realty about how remote workforces are staying connected via Facebook's Workplace collaboration tool.

Coronavirus be damned, musicians still reach new fans

Coronavirus be damned, musicians still reach new fans

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Affordable 5G is coming, AT&T says

Affordable 5G is coming, AT&T says

The next-generation cellular capability will be in 15 devices with the carrier this year, according to Jeff McElfresh, CEO of the telecom giant's wireless, video and broadband businesses.

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Now What

Now What is a video interview and panel series, talking with industry leaders, celebrities and influencers about the major changes and trends impacting business and how consumers connect in the "new normal" 2020 world and beyond. There will always be change in our world, but there will always be technology helping us navigate that change, and we'll always discuss surprising twists, turns and potential solutions.

Stay tuned each week for inspiring conversations. Topics include personal finance, health and wellness, artificial intelligence and the role of big tech in our lives. In both live and taped interviews, CNET hosts ask the questions to help us understand these extraordinary times and how we all can adapt to the challenges facing us.

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