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The Martini Hourglasses keep track of drinking time

Discover non-drinking drinking games with these Martini Hourglasses. Each drink houses an hourglass in its stem.

By November 6, 2013


A hail and farewell to AltaVista

It once was the best of the bunch, in the era before Internet search meant Google and three guys named Moe. Ancient history by now.

By June 28, 2013


Can a former Clinton spinmeister make Microsoft cool?

Political operative Mark Penn helped Bill and Hillary Clinton; Tony Blair; and Bill Gates. Can he do as much to help Microsoft?

By July 21, 2012


Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Just don't blink

It's certainly been a long time coming, but Capcom is finally ready to release Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. There's no doubt fans of the series will instantly identify with the update, but is there enough new elements to keep their attention as well as newcomers to the franchise?

By February 16, 2011


Schmidt: We paid $1 billion premium for YouTube

After Google's $1.65 billion buy of YouTube, many questioned why it valued the site so highly. In a deposition, the CEO explains the behind-the-scenes decision making.

By October 6, 2009


First impressions of a 'Star Trek' virgin

CNET News' Caroline McCarthy went into an advance screening of the new "Star Trek" prequel barely knowing what a Vulcan is. Can a total newbie enjoy this film? Heck, yes.

By April 22, 2009


My karaoke list for Lips

An Xbox 360 exclusive called Lips will let you sing karaoke to any song on your iPod or Zune. Here's my list of 10 songs I'd love to see sung.

By July 15, 2008


So Larry Page, Sue Decker, Terry Semel and Bill Miller go into a bar...

Insert your own punch line here. The New York Times says they were chatting at the Sun Valley conference, but we don't know what they said.

By July 10, 2008


The 404 132: Where CBS is brought to you by The 404

Today's show is all about answering the questions that nobody is asking.

By July 1, 2008


Computers for the people

Budding mobile computing designers will win the race for the prize if they remember their customers: they're just humans.

By April 22, 2008