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Apple iMac line gets $1,099 option

The newest member of the iMac all-in-one line comes in at the low end with a $1,099 price tag in the US and £899 in the UK.

By June 18, 2014

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Apple debuts new $1,099 21.5-inch iMac for schools

The tech giant quietly releases a new low-end version of its iMac that saves educational institutions $200 over the regular consumer model.

By March 5, 2013

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Samsung Galaxy Alpha images come to light

Long rumored as the Galaxy S5 Prime, the Samsung smartphone could debut within the coming weeks.

By July 23, 2014

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Name your own price for a 10-app Mac bundle

For less than $12, you can score a Mac software collection worth $400. Gotta love that math!

By June 23, 2014

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Intel's next-gen processor, Broadwell, is (mostly) a 2015 thing

If you're waiting for a redesigned Mac or Windows 8.1 device with Intel's latest and greatest silicon, chances are you will have to wait until 2015 to got to a store and pick one up.

By June 18, 2014

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Tomorrow Daily 003: The Amazon Fire Phone, and a new, crazy OK Go video

Ashley and Rich discuss whether or not Amazon's new smartphone has legs, how OK Go's crazy new music video blew their minds, and Apple's new low-end iMac. Also, we're taking bets on whether humans will hit Mars by 2026...

By June 18, 2014

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Frebble: I wanna hold your weird robotic hand

An attempt to make the digital world less alienating, the Frebble is a hand-holding device designed to connect people over long distances.

By June 17, 2014

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Samsung's 2014 TV range: curved is the word

The company's smart TV lineup for 2014 has a focus on curved screens across both the 4K UHD and standard LED ranges

By April 29, 2014

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Concept cars, Apple CarPlay, and a BMW: 12 must-see videos from the Geneva auto show

The 2014 Geneva auto show delivered plenty of automotive eye candy. Join CNET for a tour of the top videos from the show floor.

By March 6, 2014

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The 404 1099: Where we dump the tape delay

Complaining about NBC's coverage of the London Olympics is a sport we can all engage in, but the programming tape delay isn't the network's fault--it's the Internet's. Today we'll discuss the games' corporate sponsorship and its effects on social media coverage, the FBI gathering a database of tattoos, and our collective ability to predict illness on Twitter.

By August 2, 2012