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T-Mobile 768

The T-Mobile 768 is a good option for those with modest needs and budgets, but don't expect anything more than making calls.

July 1, 2014

2.5 stars Editors' rating July 1, 2014

MSRP: $72.00

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T-Mobile 768 sticks to the basics (pictures)

This bare-bones flip phone wants to whet your appetite with good call quality and a relatively low price.

9 Images By July 1, 2014

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T-Mobile 768 flip phone goes back to basics

This budget flip phone doesn't offer much, but with decent call quality and a low price, it might not have to.

By June 30, 2014

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Ep. 1366: Where we got these Oreos, man

You can look forward to seeing a lot more of Emily Dreyfuss on the show during her bi-weekly trips to the CNET NY office. She joins us in the studio to debunk that silly Oreo study, celebrate our re-opened government and the return of the panda cam, and detail a site that maps your genetic history through an at-home DNA test.

By October 17, 2013

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The 404 1,366: Where we got these Oreos, man (podcast)

Emily Dreyfuss joins us in the studio to debunk that silly Oreo study, celebrate our re-opened government and the return of the Pandacam, and detail a site that maps your genetic history through an at-home DNA test.

By October 17, 2013

Review

Harmony SST-768

The SST-768's Web-based interface offers a streamlined solution to remote programming, but the control may be too limited for power users.

November 5, 2003

2.5 stars Editors' rating November 5, 2003

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With DOE loan, 1366 closer to slicing solar costs

1366 Technologies is in line for $150 million loan for two factories that will stress-test a dramatically cheaper solar-manufacturing method.

By June 17, 2011

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Buzz Out Loud 1366: Won't someone think of the routers!? (podcast)

The Wikileaks war is escalating and it's threatening to go all "War Games" on us. 4Chan's forces, the Anonymous group, are DDoS-ing the heck out of sites like PayPayl, MasterCard, and anyone who bows to "government pressure." Meanwhile, secret forces of, uh, governments, are DDoS-ing Anonymous right back. And who's caught in the middle? The poor, innocent routers. Also, SpaceX successfully takes off, and scientists tee off on NASA's arsenic microbe. Ouch. --Molly

By December 8, 2010

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Ep. 1366: Won't someone think of the routers!?

The Wikileaks war is escalating and it's threatening to go all "War Games" on us. 4Chan's forces, the Anonymous group, are DDoS-ing the heck out of sites like PayPayl, MasterCard, and anyone who bows to "government pressure." Meanwhile, secret forces of, uh, governments, are DDoS-ing Anonymous right back. And who's caught in the middle? The poor, innocent routers. Also, SpaceX successfully takes off, and scientists tee off on NASA's arsenic microbe. Ouch. --Molly

By December 8, 2010

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1366 Technologies funded for cheaper solar power

Solar start-up spun out of MIT gets $20 million capital investment to start manufacturing silicon wafers in a process it says can bring the cost of solar closer to coal.

By October 19, 2010