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Big future in Broadcom's little set-top box?

The chipmaker has been working on new technology for its cable provider customers, including a TV dongle and a chip for faster broadband speeds.

By February 1, 2015

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Delete iPhone photos faster with Purrge

Deleting photos with Purrge is faster and easier than deleting photos with the stock Photos app.

By January 16, 2015

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'Doctor Who' meets Dr. Seuss in whimsical drawings

An Australian artist has reimagined the world of BBC's "Doctor Who" through the eyes of Dr. Seuss. It's like "Oh, the Places You'll Go" but for Time Lords.

By January 13, 2015

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Samsung sells more than half of all 4K TVs in the world

It's not just smartphones. Samsung says it's maintaining its dominance in the TV market as the industry moves to ultra-high definition.

By January 5, 2015

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What VR needs next

Virtual reality is actually real, and it's finally here. But there's a lot of work that needs to be done before it's ready to be experienced by everyone.

By December 18, 2014

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Meet Amazon's busiest employee -- the Kiva robot

As consumers buy more from the Internet's largest retailer, it keeps up by outfitting warehouses with robots that work at speeds humans can't.

By November 30, 2014

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Teenage girls nail 'Ghostbusters' trailer shot for shot

This charming fan-made trailer recasts famous scenes from "Ghostbusters" with toy cars, homemade ghosts and girls lip-syncing Bill Murray's funniest dialogue.

By November 6, 2014

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Hack attack: Apps can spy on other apps

Researchers reveal a flaw in Android, iOS and Windows that lets hackers peer into Gmail, Chase and other apps. Also, Norton reduces its software line to one product, and Pebble gets score alerts with the ESPN app.

By August 22, 2014

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Google's cardboard VR headset is no joke -- it's great for the Oculus Rift

Virtual reality may be one of the most important new frontiers in tech. But its pioneers still need to sell the public on the idea of reality-escaping face computers. Enter Google Cardboard.

By June 28, 2014

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First carbon nanotube computer to help extend Moore's Law?

Stanford researchers have created a basic system that shuns silicon in favor of imperfect lines of carbon atoms that could one day deliver even more performance and efficiency than current technology.

By September 25, 2013