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ZODIAC

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Tapwave Zodiac

The Zodiac is a slick multimedia Palm and portable gaming device, but its success will depend on its game library.

By March 2, 2004

4 stars Editors' rating March 2, 2004

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How signs of the Zodiac may influence Valentine's Day gifts

In an alluringly batty piece of research, online shopping experts Ebates claims, for example, that tablets are more popular with those born under Fire signs. While smartphones are a Water sign of love.

By January 27, 2014

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Tech to celebrate Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year begins Thursday. Get into the spirit by downloading apps to determine your Chinese zodiac sign or to help you find festive recipes. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports in this Tech Minute.

By February 18, 2015

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What's your zodiac sign? You sure about that?

A scientist's offhanded comments on why the zodiac chart is inaccurate sparks an Internet frenzy among people who fear their sign has changed.

By January 13, 2011

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Ep. 739: Where it's your tuna fish

We're back from our four-day weekend despite yesterday's gloomy celebration of Blue Monday! Today we're talking about Steve Jobs's leave of absence, changing zodiac signs, and David Blaine.

By January 18, 2011

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The 404 739: Where it's your tuna fish (podcast)

We're back from our four-day weekend despite yesterday's gloomy celebration of Blue Monday! Today we're talking about Steve Jobs' leave of absence, changing zodiac signs, and David Blaine.

By January 18, 2011

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PCs of platinum and gold, from the heavens

Studded with diamonds, Zeus Computer's luxury zodiac models are out of this world.

By January 29, 2008

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Game over for Tapwave Zodiac

Game over for Tapwave Zodiac

By July 28, 2005

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Tapwave exits game device business

Maker of the Zodiac handheld device business discontinues sales, leaving PalmSource with one less customer.

By July 28, 2005

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College student wins XML contest

IBM announced on Monday the winner of its "Cool Blue VoiceXML Challenge." VoiceXML is a new Extensible Markup Language standard for using voice to browse online information. Brent Metz, a 21-year-old originally from Fairfax, Va., and a student at Virginia Tech University, won the $25,000 grand prize for his creation of a nutrition planning application that helps people plan their diets by phone. Wei Wang, who won first prize, is a post-graduate student at Leeds Metropolitan University. He created an astrology application using original sounds and voice prompts. People answer voice prompts to hear about their Chinese, Eastern or Western sign and to receive advice on their Zodiac sign. Wang won a trip for two to a final championship sports game.

By April 2, 2001