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Klipsch Gig portable Bluetooth speaker

While it doesn't beat the sound of some competing speakers in its $200 price class, the Klipsch Gig gets a lot of things right, offering a strong design and feature set along with comparatively deep bass for a speaker its size.

By 28 November 2013

3.5 stars Editors' rating 28 November 2013

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Apple patent blocks your iPhone from recording video at gigs

The patent uses infrared to tell your phone to disable video recording so you can be forced to enjoy the show.

By 30 June 2016

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GigJam, Microsoft's new collaboration app, is now available to everyone

Once invite-only, Redmond's latest Office add-on can be had by anyone with a Mac, iPhone, iPad or Windows PC.

By 9 June 2016

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My Apple gig: Helping 'ePeople' untangle the World Wide Web

Commentary: In honor of Apple's 40th anniversary, CNET's Bonnie Burton recalls working as Web editor of eWorld in the '90s. That was before Facebook, by the way.

By 2 April 2016

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Pour yourself a pint, this museum is hiring a 'beer historian'

Drinking on the job is usually frowned upon, but one distinguished museum is making suds an essential part of a new position.

By 29 July 2016

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Petition asks Apple not to implement video-blocking technology

Remember Apple's patent that would use infrared signals to remotely disable an iPhone's camera? Turns out, people aren't too keen on it.

By 21 July 2016

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Russian government hackers allegedly stole Democrats' research on Trump

The hackers allegedly gained access to the Democratic National Committee's network and snagged emails, chat transcripts and a database of political info on the likely Republican presidential nominee.

By 15 June 2016

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'Orange is the New Black' creator bringing women's pro wrestling comedy to Netflix

Jenji Kohan will pack bodyslams and big hair into a new show inspired by the '80s women's pro-wrestling show "Gorgeous Ladies Of Wrestling".

By 1 June 2016

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Veterans bootstrap the transition from battlefield to tech

Leveraging their leadership and technology skills, vets are joining one of the fastest-growing industries.

By 30 May 2016

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Google hiring self-driving car testers

Want to test a self-driving car? Google pays $20-an-hour for the gig in Arizona. Meanwhile, Apple steers toward the ride-hailing business by investing in a Chinese rival to Uber.

By 14 May 2016