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Send off Windows XP by blowing it up with Microsoft's help

From the good-sport department, Microsoft takes a shot at itself with a Web game that encourages players to send Windows XP back to the early naughts, permanently.

By Apr. 11, 2014

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Wearables with augmented reality are mind-blowing -- and an ethical nightmare

A panel of industry experts at CES 2014 discusses the ethical quandaries and shared responsibilities with the augmented reality and head-mounted wearables that will change our lives as dramatically as the smartphone.

By Jan. 8, 2014

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Leaked Grand Theft Auto V map shows off its mind-blowing scale

Thanks to alleged leaked images from a strategy guide for Rockstar's upcoming Grand Theft Auto V, fans eager to see just how big the game's map is can revel in its massive scope.

By Sep. 10, 2013

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Most mind-blowing Lego creations

There are a lot of people out there doing incredible things with Lego — from the purely aesthetic to exploring the frontiers of its functionality.

16 Images By Dec. 16, 2012

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Facebook, Netflix, and the art of blowing the lead

This week, both Facebook and Netflix--two indisputable leaders in tech--got a little cocky and might blow the entire game because of it. Is arrogance the one thing customers simply will not stand?

By Sep. 21, 2011

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Corning's mind-blowing concept of a glass future

You'll be drooling over the nonstop concept displays and projections in this video by the famous glassmaker.

By Feb. 5, 2012

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Antique IBM memory box + math = mind-blowing

CNET Reviews Editor in Chief Lindsey Turrentine finds a 1950s machine component in her grandpa's shed--and discovers anew just how blazingly fast technology has progressed.

By Jan. 24, 2012

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For Shelby, 50 years of blowing other cars' doors off

Its most famous car may be worth $25 million, and its cars can top 200 miles an hour. CNET Road Trip visits with the famous American muscle car maker.

By Jul. 10, 2012

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Blowing, shaking control this touch interface

Researchers in Japan working on a disposable, curved touch interface that doesn't actually need to be touched to be operated.

By Dec. 1, 2010