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Self-publishing a book: 25 things you need to know

Considering self-publishing a book? CNET's David Carnoy discusses the ins and outs of what it's all about.

By June 13, 2012

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Samsung Central Station SyncMaster C23A750X (review): No cables, no problem

Samsung's Central Station provides a means of connecting your laptop to your monitor without the use of wires.

By May 30, 2011

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W3C officially opens HTML5 to scrutiny

Reaching a standardization milestone called "last call," the World Wide Web Consortium formally is seeking comment on a major overhaul of the Web standard.

By May 27, 2011

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Sharp Aquos SH-12C 3D Android phone launches next week in Japan

Sharp will release a speedy Android-powered 3D phone in Japan next week, boasting Aquos TV technology, 8-megapixel cameras and a 4.2-inch touchscreen.

By May 13, 2011

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W3C: new members extend Web standards work

The World Wide Web Consortium's fresh blood includes China Unicom, Netflix, LG Electronics, Facebook, and Zynga.

By May 10, 2011

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Jaguar C-X75 swaps jets for F1 engine in production model

Jaguar will build the sensational C-X75 concept car for real, but it'll swap the gas turbines for a future-spec F1 engine with help from the Williams F1 team.

By May 9, 2011

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Jaguar C-X75 confirmed for production

Over the weekend Jaguar confirmed that it will transform its stunning C-X75 concept car into production reality. The shape will supposedly stay true to form, but sadly the show car's micro-turbines won't make the cut.

By May 9, 2011

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Jaguar building C-X75 hybrid, minus the turbines

Jaguar promises to build a production version of the C-X75 concept originally shown at the 2010 Paris auto show.

By May 6, 2011

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W3C to develop peer-to-peer browser standards

World Wide Web Consortium plans to develop standards to enable direct peer-to-peer communications between browsers, without the need to go through centralized servers.

By May 6, 2011

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Wireless CEOs go to Washington, D.C.

CEOs from AT&T, T-Mobile USA, Sprint Nextel, and Cellular South will head to Washington, D.C., next week to argue for and against AT&T's $39 billion bid to buy T-Mobile USA.

By May 6, 2011