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This Bluetooth Star Trek Communicator would impress Spock

Ask Scotty to beam you up, or just chat with friendly lifeforms, with this impressive Star Trek: TOS Bluetooth Communicator from The Wand Company and ThinkGeek.

By 1 July 2016

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After Street Fighter 5 DLC delay, Capcom apologizes for slow communication

The next character was planned for a late May release, but we only just found out she's instead coming in late June.

By 4 June 2016

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Air Force seeks tech to keep hackers out of communications

New plan to work with private sector aims to bring Air Force up to date in cybersecurity. Keeping enemy forces from intercepting communications or taking down the network is first on the list.

By 29 April 2016

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Signs point to Verizon as Yahoo's buyer

The communications giant, which also owns AOL, is named as the likely buyer of Yahoo, according to Bloomberg. The price: about $5 billion.

By 23 July 2016

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Would you drink 63-day-old milk? Scientists would

Your cold milk could hang around a lot longer with the help of a new treatment process that radically extends its shelf life.

By 23 July 2016

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Facebook finds a way to use lasers for high-speed wireless internet

The company's Connectivity Lab has designed a laser detector that can bring 2Gbps speeds to wireless communications.

By 20 July 2016

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Now this may finally get you to use mobile payments

Mastercard has a new way for people to pay via their Android phones. Sorry, iPhone users, you're out of luck.

By 15 July 2016

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Facebook stocks data center with phones from yesteryear

The world's largest social network needs its app to work on all our phones -- not just brand-new, top-of-the-line iPhones and Androids. CNET traveled to the company's Oregon data center to see how it's done.

By 14 July 2016

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Google protects Chrome against quantum hacking before it can even happen

Current internet encryption methods would have no way to stand up to quantum computers. Luckily, Google's working on it.

By 8 July 2016