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Get Battlefield 1942 (PC) for free

Can you believe this game is 10 years old? It looks it, too -- but it's still a ton of fun. Get your World War II on free of charge while you can.

By November 5, 2012

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How BentProp and undersea robots found long-lost WWII bombers

Hundreds of families of Americans missing in action in Palau since World War II have long wondered what happened to their loved ones. Now cutting-edge oceanographic technology is helping find answers.

By April 20, 2014

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Getting started with the Google Camera app for Android

Google has put a Camera app of its own in the Play store for nearly all Android users to install.

By April 16, 2014

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CEO: Roku's future is TV's future (Q&A)

As Amazon enters the streaming-video device market today, Anthony Wood -- inventor of the DVR and founder and CEO of Roku -- already sees boxes and dongles as stepping stones to TV’s ultimate future.

By April 2, 2014

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If 'Doctor Who,' 'Breaking Bad' were Little Golden Books

This ain't your grandma's "Poky Little Puppy." Artists turn out imaginary versions of Little Golden Books starring time travelers, meth makers, and sci-fi heroes.

By January 21, 2014

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How the nuclear age burst onto the world from a squash court

On Road Trip 2013, CNET's Daniel Terdiman traveled to the Argonne National Lab to find out the history of the world's first nuclear reaction, Chicago Pile-1.

By July 3, 2013

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Say no to killer robots

Human Rights Watch has released a report calling for a ban on robots designed to kill humans.

By November 22, 2012

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Get LogMeIn Pro and LogMeIn Ignition for $48

That's for one year of service with these top-rated remote-access tools, which would normally cost you $109.90. Cheapskate exclusive!

By September 28, 2012

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Women in tech: are we there yet?

Initiatives to entice women into tech careers are becoming more common — but how necessary are they really?

By April 18, 2012

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The census' broken privacy promise

Despite decades-old assurances census data would be private and pose no harm, the federal government is releasing data that could reveal family skeletons or lead to identity theft.

By April 2, 2012