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Tony Blair taken to task on Twitter over Iraq inquiry

The report released Wednesday on the role the UK played in the Iraq war was dense with criticism for the former prime minister. Twitter was not impressed with his apology.

By 7 July 2016

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Senate inquiry: Australia should be backing video games

The Senate Inquiry into the Australian video game industry has found that it's an industry that's only going to rise -- and the government should be backing it.

By 29 April 2016

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Greens announces inquiry into Australian video game industry

Greens Senator Scott Ludlam will lead a Senate Inquiry into the decline of Australia's game development industry.

By 23 June 2015

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Bose updating SoundSport Wireless headphones after some units experience problems with heavy sweat

If you've had issues with the new SoundSport Wireless, Bose will replace your unit free of charge with an updated model that will arrive at the end of August.

By 15 July 2016

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Orlando gunman posted chilling Facebook messages during attack, senator says

Omar Mateen used the social network during the mass shooting, according to Sen. Ron Johnson's letter asking Facebook to help a senate committee with its inquiry.

By 17 June 2016

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Fans ask Nintendo to honor Christina Grimmie in next Zelda game

The former "Voice" contestant, a giant Zelda fan, was shot and killed June 10, and some fans think a game inclusion would be a fitting honor.

By 23 June 2016

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'Crowd Control,' part 20: When the dead fight back

In the latest installment of CNET's crowdsourced science fiction novel, the borders between life and death get twisted for a new kind of war on Earth.

By 25 June 2016

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Biggest iOS 10 letdown: Siri doesn't go far enough

Apple announced only one new change to its Siri assistant, and it's not enough to close the gap.

By 15 June 2016

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TECHNICALLY LITERATE: Narcissism, addiction, and black comedy? There's an app for that.

By 2 June 2016

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Feds to wireless firms: Can you move faster on security patches?

The FCC and FTC want wireless operators and mobile device makers to explain why it takes so long to roll out fixes to vulnerabilities for mobile devices.

By 10 May 2016