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An Oxford University researcher claims that, in time, deep-seated, extreme beliefs may be treated as a mental illness, rather than a product of free will.
What are they teaching kids in schools today!
CNET's tablet reviewer Donald Bell reflects on how the iPad has shaped our expectations of technology, and how it reflects a new set of consumer values.
Earlier this week, Motorola released a teaser for an anti-Apple, anti-Big Brother Xoom ad to run during Sunday's big game. Now the company releases 15 seconds of the real thing.
In a Xoom ad set to air during the Super Bowl, Motorola attempts to characterize Apple as being "one authority" and offering only "one way to work."
A mighty stroke of the virtual pen, the Call of Duty series has single-handedly brought everyone's attention to the Cold War era. It's modern warfare, just in a slightly less modern package.
CNET Download.com's Seth Rosenblatt walks us through his tips on antivirus and security software and answers a bunch of questions on the topic. Also, how to network schools in remotest Alaska, what to do with laptops that won't lie flat, and how not to get socked by data fees when you take your iPhone to Europe.
The software giant unfairly prejudices consumer behavior in the browser market, argues Mozilla Chairman Mitchell Baker, making government action necessary.
Disney is releasing the old classics on Blu-ray. Hurray! Now it's time to watch timeless children's classics in high definition. Not in my house, we won't