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'Spooked' conjures up ghosts and gags

Get ready to scream with the new webseries. Director Richard Martin and actor Julian Curtis talk to Crave about ghosts, the paranormal, and what attracted them to the hilarious horror comedy on Geek & Sundry.

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Will the iPhone 6 be iPod Touch thin?

New physical mockups and comparisons point to the next iPhone being as thin as the iPod Touch. iWatch samples are under production and new MacBook Airs with speed bumps are here.

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Hulu promises free and full TV episodes for mobile devices

Mobile users will be able to catch selected full TV episodes for free without need of a Hulu Plus subscription starting this summer.

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The fun never stops at Yahoo, the source of Silicon Valley's longest-running soap opera. In the latest episode, a major shareholder is demanding that the company <a href="http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/third-point-llc-letter-to-yahoo-board-of-directors-regarding-companys-inadequate-response-to-discovery-of-discrepancies-in-educational-records-of-ceo-scott-thompson-and-director-patti-hart-and-demanding-action-by-may-7th-150184055.html">fire CEO Scott Thompson.</a>  The reason: It was discovered Thompson had fudged his resume, falsely claiming to have a computer science degree. He's "only" got an accounting diploma.  </p><p>

The investor group, New York-based Third Point, on May 4 sent a stern letter to Yahoo's board demanding that it dump Thompson by noon on May 7. That deadline has come and gone, and so far Yahoo's board has merely formed a "special committee" to review Thompson's academic credentials. But if the board does get around to making a more drastic move, it's not slim pickings out there when it comes to possible replacements. So let the speculation start. </p><p>

<i>Editors' note: This slideshow was originally published May 4 at 2:10 p.m. PT. It has been updated since then with additional information and photos.</i>

Yahoo reportedly eyes push into original video programming

Internet company plans to acquire high-end original programming, joining the likes of Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu, according to the Wall Street Journal.

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Microsoft shows off Cortana for Windows Phone 8.1

Onstage at Build 2014, Microsoft's Joe Belfiore demos the Halo-inspired personal assistant software meant both to tout Bing and push Siri and Google Now aside with its cool factor.

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Amazon unveils $99 Amazon Fire TV for streaming video

The set-top box goes on sale immediately and features content from the likes of Hulu Plus, MLB, Disney, YouTube, Netflix, and, of course, Amazon Instant Video.

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Hulu takes swipe at Netflix, Amazon with eye on binge viewing

The streaming-video service will announce a deal Wednesday that will get it exclusive rights to previous seasons from popular shows, a report says.

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April Fools' Day pranks: Pokemon, cats, and other high-tech high jinks (pictures)

Tech companies take advantage of April Fools' Day to pull off some hilarious, and elaborate, pranks. Here's a look at some of the best ones we've spotted so far.

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With our list of the <a href="http://reviews.cnet.com/best-tech-under-25/">best accessories under $25</a> and the  <a href="http://reviews.cnet.com/best-tech-under-50/">best tech under $50</a>, we've already shown that you can get some great gadgets without breaking the bank. Now we're raising the budget to $100 and choosing a new list of favorites -- including all of the products shown above.

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A C-note is all the budget you need to buy great tech. Here are some of our favorite products available for under $100.

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<p><a href="http://reviews.cnet.com/google-chromecast/">Google Chromecast</a>, you're not the only stick in town.</p>

<p>Roku announced the Roku Streaming Stick today, which manages to pack nearly all the functionality of a full-size Roku box into a device not much bigger than an USB flash drive. It's actually a new version of Roku's old <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mobile_High-Definition_Link">MHL</a>-based <a href="http://reviews.cnet.com/digital-media-receivers/roku-streaming-stick/4505-6739_7-35118556.html">Streaming Stick</a>, but there are two major differences: it now works with any TV that has an HDMI input, and it's half the price, at just $49.</p>

Roku's new Streaming Stick takes on Chromecast (pictures)

Roku has revamped its Streaming Stick, making it compatible with any TV that has an HDMI input and a new $49 price.

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We finish up the week with a visit from Shanon Cook from Spotify. She'll tell us about the top songs from Olympic-themed playlists on Spotify and give us a crash course in what's trending this week.

Ep. 1430: Where we flail away with Spotify's Shanon Cook

We finish up the week with a visit from Shanon Cook from Spotify. She'll tell us about the top songs from Olympic-themed playlists on Spotify and give us a crash course in what's trending this week.

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Ep. 1414: Where a podcast is just a story we tell ourselves

Google adds artificial intelligence to their equation of total world domination, how to survive the Netflix winter blues, the best of eSports competition freak-outs, and the 1% can now bid on the original Velociraptor cage from "Jurassic Park."

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