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Get an Adapt Bluetooth Headphone Adapter for $24.95 shipped

Normally $39.95, this handy little gadget turns wired headphones into wireless ones and adds an in-line microphone for hands-free conversations.

By Nov. 14, 2013

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At long last, browser makers adapt to Retina-quality images

Fiddling with one part of the HTML standard could ensure that bandwidth isn't wasted delivering big images to small screens and that pictures look good on Retina displays.

By Sep. 27, 2013

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Get custom-tailored audio with Adapt Sound on the Galaxy S4

Personalize the Galaxy S4's audio output to suit your ears and get a richer, more accurate music-listening experience.

By May. 10, 2013

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Best Buy Q1 stabilizes, but has to adapt to 'new realities'

Best Buy remains in turnaround mode as it wrestles with online competition.

By May. 22, 2012

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Iwata aims to adapt Nintendo 3DS sales pitch

The Nintendo chief says his company must do a better job of explaining to consumers why they should want to get their hands on the portable-gaming device.

By Apr. 27, 2011

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Microsoft: Natal will adapt sensors to your room

In response to fearful reports that 13 feet of clear space from the TV was necessary to use Project Natal, Microsoft says the device's sensors will adjust play space on the fly.

By Mar. 24, 2010

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Project Natal will adapt its sensors to your room, reassures Microsoft

Project Natal, the Xbox 360's controller-less motion-sensing device, will work in rooms of all sizes, following confusion over space requirements

By Mar. 24, 2010

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It's adapt or die for record industry, execs say

Speakers at Billboard-sponsored conference associated with CES all seem to agree on one thing: music industry must evolve along with consumers.

By Jan. 9, 2008

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Microsoft's Ozzie: We want software to adapt to the Web

From the Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco: Microsoft's chief software architect talks with event organizer John Battelle about why the release of Vista in the Web 2.0 era differs from the Windows XP release. He also addresses how his company is geared toward releasing software that has the Web in mind.

Nov. 1, 2007