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LG's mirrored fridge is no wallflower

LG adds a second nestled compartment and a snazzy black mirrored finish to its newest Door-in-Door fridge.

By January 7, 2015


The 9 most fascinating gadgets at IFA 2015

Europe's biggest tech show delivered a ton of new tech of all types. CNET wades through the gadget sea them to bring you the highlights.

By September 5, 2015


The Blendtec Designer Series WildSide Blender is no wallflower (pictures)

The Blendtec is a master of mixing. Its powerful motor can handle pretty much anything you throw its way.

9 Images By October 28, 2013


Amazon Kindle Unlimited vs. Scribd vs. Oyster: E-book subscriptions battle it out

There are three similar book subscription services on the market -- which is right for your reading habits?

By October 2, 2014


DC Comics unleashing Flash, Wonder Woman, ton of other films

A bevy of DC superheros will get their own films as Warner Bros. lays out plans to release movies starring The Flash, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Shazam and Cyborg.

By October 15, 2014


HTC readying three Android tablets, report says

In addition to the rumored Nexus 8, HTC could be prepping two other Android tablets.

By July 22, 2014


Microsoft tries to play leapfrog with Windows 8

The company is upending Windows to get back in the game, which is now centered on mobile devices. It won't overtake Apple or Google, but it will apply its money, developers, and persistence to winning.

By October 22, 2012


'No more iSlave:' An activist fights for iPhone workers

Debby Chan, a human rights activist based in Hong Kong, has led the battle to improve conditions for employees of China's giant contract manufacturers

By September 25, 2012


As Microsoft retools, Ballmer has chance to rewrite his CEO legacy

With Windows Phone 8 and the Surface tablet, Microsoft hopes to beat Apple and Google at their own game. Steve Ballmer's future may hinge on the outcome.

By June 25, 2012


On Call: Mourning Motorola (again)

Many people are upset about HP ditching WebOS, but CNET's Kent German is more distressed that a company like Motorola is bidding farewell to the cell phone.

By August 24, 2011