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Hoping to gain a foothold in the nascent e-reader arena, Borders is selling the relatively inexpensive Kobo. It ships June 17.
LG reckons it's breaking down borders with the SL8000, SL9000, LH9000 and LH9500, four new HDTVs from Berlin with love
Homeland Security reiterates that customs can still seize your laptop indefinitely--not a significant change from the policy under the Bush administration.
Today on the podcast: The mythical Apple iPad, the looming end of the line for PowerPC Macs, a new Netbook operating system, an interview with our Microsoft expert on the Word patent lawsuit, and what Google is doing in Paris with tricycles.
Question in book seller's survey asks customers about digital reading devices and whether they plan to buy one of Apple's "iPad" large screen devices. Hmmm.
Playfish is breaking out of Facebook and onto the Internet proper thanks to Facebook Connect.
A newcomer to the video game gridiron has arrived with some new wrinkles to throw back at Madden. Are any of them worth taking note of? We give Backbreaker a try to find out.
The Microsoft CEO and chief software architect speak Thursday morning at the D: All Things Digital conference and CNET offers live coverage.
S.F. start-up focused on bringing computing and networking to groups working in emerging markets is sharing space with like-minded ventures.
Android leaks were everywhere and not a drop to drink, unless you pop into a Windows 7-themed restaurant for some Microsoft antidote. Plus, we answer your questions and investigate Sony's Video Store.