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How Intel will embrace the 'delightful chaos' of Internet of Things

Intel's chief financial officer, Stacy Smith, visits CNET to talk about how his company plans to power tomorrow's devices.

By February 5, 2015

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Data jockeys tackle the chaos of severe weather

At the national Storm Prediction Center, meteorologists work non-stop to forecast the tornadoes and severe thunderstorms that plague the U.S. CNET Road Trip stopped by to visit.

By July 18, 2014

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Most luminous galaxy glows like 300 trillion suns, says NASA

Someone left a bright nightlight on in the universe. One of NASA's spacecrafts located the shiniest galaxy ever discovered.

By May 22, 2015

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Take control of password chaos with these six password managers

With continuing security threats, the days of using the same passwords all the time are over. Grab one of these apps to manage your passwords across your devices and secure your digital life.

By April 18, 2014

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XCOM creator takes to Kickstarter with Chaos Reborn

Julian Gollop, original creator of XCOM, has taken to Kickstarter to relaunch his 1985 magic-based tactical arena game Chaos.

By March 20, 2014

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Tango app launches mobile shopping feature with Walmart, Alibaba

Popular messaging app creates new shopping site with top retailer Walmart and e-commerce giant Alibaba as partners.

By May 12, 2015

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Sigma CEO copes with chaos in camera lens marketplace (Q&A)

Even as exchange rates make life easier for Kazuto Yamaki, CEO of the Japanese lens and camera manufacturer, the profusion of new camera models makes it vastly more complex. Also: Are the Foveon-based cameras a flop?

By May 28, 2013

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At Shapeways facility, order emerges from 3D-printed chaos

One of the leading companies in the 3D-printing services industry, Shapeways has figured out a very efficient way to print hundreds of items. It looks like the aftermath of a flood.

By April 27, 2013

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'Smart tags' can sense when food or medicine go bad

Researchers have devised tiny color-coded tags that can be placed on food and beverage containers to determine whether the products inside are spoiled or fresh.

By March 18, 2014

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See physicist surprised by news his Big Bang theory was right

Stanford Professor Andrei Linde gets a little choked up when a colleague delivers the news that his theory of cosmic inflation has been verified by the observation of primordial gravitational waves.

By March 18, 2014