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Spending on mergers, acquisitions approaches year 2000's boom levels

A record third quarter sees 2014 on track to hit almost $500 billion in M&A spending, says a research firm, not far from 2000's nearly $600 billion.

By September 30, 2014

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Samsung's $2000, 31.5-inch U32D970Q display serves up ultra-high resolutions for professionals

The Samsung U32D970Q is a pricey, ultra-high resolution display aimed at professionals who need color accuracy and room to spare.

By September 3, 2014

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Airbnb wipes 2,000 NY listings before court hearing

As the online vacation rental service prepares to go up against New York’s attorney general, it announces it scrubbed thousands of iffy listings.

By April 21, 2014

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Preorder an unofficial Iron Man suit for $2,000

Iron Man Factory is looking to crowdfund its way into full production of unofficial Iron Man armor suits.

By December 17, 2013

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Hands-on with the new Sony PS Vita PCH-2000 (pictures)

We take a closer look at the updated handheld console at the Tokyo Game Show, as Sony looks to spark some new life into the Vita franchise.

8 Images By September 19, 2013

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HTC One in 24ct gold costs £2,000

Russian oligarchs can now display their wealth and use Android apps at the same time with the £2,000, 24ct gold HTC One.

By September 17, 2013

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How to convert FLAC audio files to MP3 with Foobar2000

Converting your FLAC audio files to MP3 is quicker and easier than reripping all of your CDs.

By September 16, 2013

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PS Vita 2000 goes lighter and slimmer

The update to Sony's Vita line will be 20 percent lighter and 15 percent thinner than the current console and comes with 1GB of onboard storage.

By September 9, 2013

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Epic journey: 24 hours and 2,000 miles for a Moto X

A behind-the-scenes glance at what one journalist, Crave's Eric Mack, was willing to go through to get his hands on a review unit of one of the season's most-hyped gadgets.

By August 7, 2013

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FBI director demands access to private cell phone data

To stop terrorists and other criminals, cell phones should have encryption backdoors to enable US government surveillance, argues FBI Director James Comey.

By October 16, 2014