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Everyone's a comedian on April 1st, even your favorite automaker.
These new gaming inventions won't happen. But if they do, you saw them here first.
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Glass team will notify the winners of the #ifihadglass contest in the next few days, according to a Google blog post.
While LG ushered in a slew of high-end phones the tail-end of last year, it has been low-key at CES 2013 as far as new handsets go.
At Macworld 2007, Apple CEO Steve Jobs introduced the iPhone and promised that the mobile device would reinvent the category. Talk about understatement.
Volvo, Mini, Honda, and Subaru try their best to make us laugh with fake product announcements on April Fools' Day 2013. Some are genuinely funny, while others fall a bit flat.
Samsung's own Android app provides some clues as to what the company will unveil at the IFA consumer electronics show on September 1.
CNET readers are excited about the new Retina Display MacBook Pro and much more.