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Android One: Google's push to rule the smartphone world

The search giant is aiming to bring phones that cost less than $100 to emerging markets. First stop: India.

iPhone 6, 6 Plus preorders top 4M in first 24 hours

Apple says it hit a record in the first day of sales. But some customers won't get their new iPhones till October.

When it comes to digital games, Microsoft's not playing around

Many on Wall Street thought Microsoft ought to exit the game business, but since taking over as CEO, Satya Nadella has taken the opposite tack. Here's why.

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Notch doesn't make Minecraft anymore

Opinion: You need to understand a child's innocent passion for Minecraft to know why today's news had such a deep impact across the globe.

1 hour agoSecurityby

New Zealand secretly built spying program, report says

The New Zealand government constructed a mass surveillance program as part of the 'Five Eyes' international data-sharing network, despite public denial of the surveillance, says Edward Snowden.

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Boeing said to win NASA space taxi contract

According to the Wall Street Journal, the aerospace giant is likely to beat out SpaceX for the contract, said to be worth more than $3 billion.

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Apple takes 'very different view' on customer privacy, Cook says

Apple's CEO tells Charlie Rose that Apple is not in the business of collecting customers' personal information.

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Tomorrow Daily 051: Microsoft buys Minecraft, a jetpack for running, ant-sized radios, and more

On today's show, Rich and Ashley discuss a jetpack that helps you run a 4-minute mile, a tiny radio the size of an ant, and Microsoft's $2.5-billion-dollar purchase of the company that created Minecraft.

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Tomorrow Daily 051: Microsoft buys Minecraft, a jetpack for running, ant-size radios, and more

On today's show, Rich and Ashley discuss a jetpack that helps you run a 4-minute mile, a tiny radio the size of an ant, and Microsoft's $2.5-billion-dollar purchase of the company that created Minecraft.

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CEDIA Expo home theater roundup: OLED, Lasers, Atmos, and more

The 2014 CEDIA Expo took place last week in Denver. On the home theater front we got to see some new OLED TVs, laser projectors, a bunch of Dolby Atmos demos, and more. Here's the story.

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CEDIA Expo home theater roundup (pictures)

The Custom Electronic Design & Installation Association's yearly Expo took place last week in Denver. OLED TVs, Dolby Atmos, and laser projectors screamed for attention among the usual mix of in-wall speakers, motorized mounts, and home automation. Here are some highlights.

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DARPA testing planes with a 'Star Wars'-style laser cannon

We don't have X-wing fighters just yet, but we may soon have their laser weapons. DARPA is working on a system that's downright Lucasian.

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On the road: 2015 Chrysler 200C

When the Chrysler 200 first came along, it was a warmed over Sebring and results were tepid. But the new 2015 Chrysler 200C is changing that perception. Brian Cooley takes it for a drive and checks the tech.

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Miss Georgia's custom heels flaunt 3D-printed flair

Shoes that look like a classic car? Georgia Tech industrial design students fashion a pair of high-tech shoes for their peer, Miss Georgia, inspired by the school's Ford mascot.

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Top 5: Things we value most in car infotainment

With so many choices and features in the center head unit, what do we really value? Brian Cooley tells you about some recent research that makes it pretty clear.

5 hours agoPhotographyby

Canon reveals details for future telephoto lens line

A new 400mm supertele is just the beginning. Canon also says it plans a replacement for its 100-400mm zoom and new compact models using diffractive optics.

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Check out library books on any device

Many libraries now support e-books. Find out how to check out library books and get them sent directly to your Kindle, phone, or tablet.

5 hours agoTechnically Incorrectby

Tech that nags drivers: It's about safety (and GDP)

In an interview with CNET, Seeing Machines CEO Ken Kroeger says data collected by his company's eye- and head-tracking tech, which is reportedly being put in GM cars, is only for the driver (currently).

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