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Testing its Galaxy S5, Gear portfolio, and Galaxy Note on some of the world's most elite cyclists, the tech company looks to see if it can bring helpful features to the everyday biker.
Relax, 2012 does not spell doom for Earth -- massive solar storms or not. And even if there was a threat, NASA has an awesome secret weapon.
To celebrate the British royal wedding, T-Mobile re-creates the famous YouTube "JK Wedding Dance" video with royal lookalikes. Even the Queen is seen jigging away merrily.
The new year is coming up, which means everyone here at CNET is gearing up for CES 2011, including our laptop editor Scott Stein, who joins us to chat about what to expect!
Panelists at the National Educational Computing Conference show how "Web 2.0" technology can be applied in the classroom.
The heir to the throne is to use MySpace for the first time -- but he won't be signing up personally to the social network. It'll be used to premier a new film on deforestation
After Wikispaces gives out 100,000 wikis to teachers around the world, it decides that the project to help educators is worth continuing.
Comcast comes clean with its bandwidth cap: it's coming, it's coming in October, it's 250GB, and they won't give you any tools for monitoring their use, and if you exceed your cap twice, you get the boot for a year. So, we have a little fun with that.
Those royals. They're so fickle.