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R. Kelly movie

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Get a Linksys cable modem for $44.95

From the Cheapskate: It's time to stop renting! Though "certified for Comcast" this model is also compatible with most other cable providers. Plus: free video editing!

By April 29, 2016

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Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's...R2-D2?!

A San Diego-based custom drone company called Flyguy Promotions turns fictional movie and cartoon characters like Snoopy and the adorable "Star Wars" rustbucket into not-so-fictional flying machines.

By July 10, 2015

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Buzz Out Loud: Comedian Aziz Ansari chats with CNET

Aziz Ansari talks about putting his stand-up show "Dangerously Delicious" online, how he deals with fans on Twitter, and his love for R. Kelly.

By August 6, 2012

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Applying movie ratings to Web sites is a dumb idea

Should "PG" and "R" be used to warn you about the content on the Web? Don Reisinger thinks not.

By December 29, 2008

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Will the Transformers movie spark a backlash from parents?

The new Transformers movie is being marketed to young kids, even though the PG-13 film narrowly missed an R-rating. Will parents of young kids launch a backlash once they see the film?

By July 4, 2007

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StreamCast hires attorney, lobbyist

StreamCast Networks, which distributes the popular Morpheus file-swapping software, has hired a new attorney, lobbyist and public relations firm to shore up its legal fight against the record and movie industries. The company's former attorney, who had a history of successfully fighting the record industry on technology issues, quit last month after StreamCast said it couldn't afford his legal bills. The new firm, Brobeck Phleger & Harrison, has considerable experience with intellectual property issues. StreamCast also hired lobbyist Ellen Stroud, who previously worked with Silicon Valley political organization TechNet and Rep. Bob Goodlatte, R-Va.

By June 21, 2002

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Short Take: Dell promotional packages target gamers, CD makers

Dell Computer is trying to woo multimedia, music and movie buffs with holiday promotions. For $69, consumers get a holiday game pack, including a Logitech game pad controller and Koss headphones. Amateur moviemakers can add IEEE 1394, also known as FireWire, connectivity to an existing PC for $99. Dell offers free MGI's Video Wave III digital editing software and online training with the IEEE 1394 card. For the music crowd, Dell is bundling HP's 8220 CD-RW drive, Koss headphones and 10 blank CD-R disks for $249.

November 14, 2000