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Mozilla names Chris Beard permanent CEO

The acting CEO, hired back to Mozilla in April after a two-week crisis left the Firefox developer without a leader, will have a full slate of management and technology issues to handle.

T-Mobile undercuts AT&T on 4-line, 10GB family plan

The wireless carrier unveils a promotion offering more than twice the high-speed data for a four-line family plan, though only through 2015.

Quality grilled cheese delivered, thanks to algorithms

The Melt, founded by the Flip Camera's creator, invents a smart delivery box that can keep your sandwich fresh for 30 minutes. Thank tech for your lunch.

Apple's iPhone 6 could be NFC capable, report says
Amazon selling customizable, 3D-printed products
Want those exact shoes? Ask Zappos' new personal assistant
Comic-Con 2014: Latest from the fantasy front

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Unlike Facebook, OkCupid shamelessly experiments on us

The online dating site admits to running experiments on its users and manipulating what they think. Have no fear, however, as it's for a good cause.

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Samsung Galaxy Alpha not as high end as initially thought, leak shows

The device, which was believed to be the new high-end smartphone for Samsung, will apparently come with a 720p display, rather than the 1080p some had expected.

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Zillow to acquire Trulia for $3.5B in stock

If approved, the online real estate brands will live on separately but offer combined home listings for prospective buyers.

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The great Boeing metal-airplane shop (pictures)

Spirit Aerosystems in Wichita, Kan. manufactures both composite and aluminum fuselage sections for Boeing jets. Today, CNET Road Trip takes a look at the metal side of the shop.

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How to disable Dynamic Perspective on the Fire Phone

You'll be surprised at the performance improvement after disabling one of the Fire Phone's flagship features.

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Bonsai and bouquet photographed in the stratosphere

A Japanese artist takes his love of botanicals and space to new heights by launching and photographing his work with our planet as the backdrop.

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Bonsai tree and flowers, in spaaaaace! (pictures)

A bonsai tree and a floral bouquet float into the stratosphere, where they're photographed before being lost forever. Why? Art -- that's why.

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Apple's iPhone 6 could be NFC capable, report says

The anticipated iPhone 6 may sport some new connectivity features, including NFC and a newer form of Wi-Fi.

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Fitbit arrives on Windows Phone 8.1

A native app for the popular fitness tracking devices is now available on Microsoft's Windows Phone 8.1 smartphones.

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The 404 Throwback Ep. 1,276: Where we follow Justin into the darkness (podcast)

Remember the time Justin got lost in the woods? How could anyone forget? Relive one of the show's most memorable episodes. (Original air date: 5/28/13)

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You can already preorder a 24-karat-gold iPhone 6

It's still months until the iPhone 6 is expected to launch, but luxury accessory maker Brikk has put its $4,500 -- or more -- gold and platinum versions up for preorder.

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Samsung shows Apple how to open a store (well, maybe)

A video showing the opening of a Samsung store in Brazil has music and dancing -- maybe too much dancing.

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A tour of the Royal Air Force Museum

The RAF Museum London is just a short tube ride outside the city itself. Warplanes from every era of flight, from WWI to present day, fill it hangers. Here's a full tour.

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Hilton to replace hotel room keys with smartphones

Hilton announces an initiative that will let guests access their rooms using their smartphones while relegating key cards to the history bin.

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A tour of the Royal Air Force Museum (pictures)

The Royal Air Force Museum London houses over 100 aircraft from the past 100 years. From delicate WWI planes, to iconic WWII fighters and bombers, to jet aircraft from the '40s and to the present day. Here's a huge photo tour.

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