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I am vengeance. I am the night. I am Samsung's 'Batphone'

We go hands-on with Samsung's black-and-gold Injustice edition of the Galaxy S7 Edge. Sadly, it doesn't come with Alfred.

27 Images By 16 June 2016

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i.am+ Dial

The Dial comes with free unlimited music, and unlike the pop star's previous wacky gadgets, you can actually buy it.

By 29 April 2016

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Death Star toaster: 'Luke, I am your breakfast'

You can have your toast on either the dark side or the light side with this Death Star-shaped kitchen appliance.

By 29 June 2016

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Zuckerberg: 'I am not a lizard'

In his latest question-and-answer session, the Facebook co-founder answers oddball questions, including one about whether he's secretly a reptile. He also hangs out with comedian Jerry Seinfeld.

By 15 June 2016

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Nintendo E3 2016 live stream: Watch here at 9 a.m. PT, noon ET, 5 p.m. UK

Watch Nintendo's complete E3 2016 live stream right here -- but don't expect any news on the company's NX console.

By 14 June 2016

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Google I/O live blog: Join us today at 12:30 p.m. ET, 9:30 a.m. PT

For all of the news from Google's developer conference, tune in to CNET later today.

By 19 May 2016

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​Frinkiac has a GIF generator? I am in flavour country!

You can now turn your favourite moments from "The Simpsons" into animated GIFs. That's it...I'm going to clown college.

By 13 May 2016

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I went to the launch of Will.i.am's new smartwatch and it was rid.ic.ulous

The i.am+ Dial's virtual assistant singing a Britney duet with its creator was just one surreal moment in a weirdly endearing night.

By 13 May 2016

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A night out with Will.i.am's new smartwatch (pictures)

Pop star turned tech evangelist Will.i.am launches his i.am+ Dial watch with the help of some celebrity chums in London.

16 Images By 13 May 2016

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Oculus VR founder isn't creeped out by our sci-fi future, and neither am I

Commentary: Forget robot overlords and dystopian futures. Palmer Luckey looks to the bright (and boring) side of what tech has in store.

By 21 March 2016