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Appliance Science takes a look at what makes up that most humble of kitchen staples, the common egg.
Technically Incorrect: In a Super Bowl ad for the BMW i3, the two famous presenters look back to 1994 when they didn't know what the rudiments of the tech world were. They still apparently don't.
The world's geekiest waffle iron has launched on Kickstarter, to bring waffles in the shape of computer keyboards to your breakfast table.
What once was Facebook's private mine has created a gold-rush effect with Google and Twitter also now seeking more mobile riches. But there's only so much money to go around.
The lively "First" relives the early days of the PC revolution through the eyes of a young Bill Gates -- leisure suits, punch cards, pay phones, and all.
Say what? As wait-time for iPhone 5S grows, buyers' nerves -- and reasoning -- fray.
Some of the top tech images of the week include Google's attempt to change the way we watch TV, CNET's big news on appliance reviews, and paleontologists digging up a huge dinosaur tail.
CEO Steve Ballmer made the case that Microsoft can be all things to all people, but that argument fell short when his Build 2013 keynote couldn't stick its landing.
Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the kitchen, a rogue KitchenAid mixer gets a Boba Fett paint job, making it perhaps the most dangerous mixer in the universe.
What do a Darth Vader lava lamp and a Yoda backpack have in common? They're rejected product concepts from a "Star Wars: Episode One, The Phantom Menace" promotion.