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​Why it's harder to choose which iPad works best for you

Apple's tablet lineup has expanded from six configurations to more than 50 in four years. Has the product lineup become too complex?

By October 19, 2014

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Physicists create reversible laser tractor beam

Physicists have built a tractor beam out of lasers that can both repel and attract objects across distances 100 times farther than previously possible.

By October 19, 2014

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The US government's wireless-spectrum auction: Why it matters (FAQ)

It's the first auction of new wireless spectrum in six years. CNET gets you up to speed on how this will affect your wireless service in the future.

By October 19, 2014

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Why you'll be paying $100 more for the iPad Air 2

Sure, Apple's iPad Air starts at $499. But here's why Apple really wants you to pay $599.

By October 16, 2014

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Which size Apple device is right for you?

With so many different sized iPhones and iPads, how do you pick the device for you needs and hand size? We have a handy guide to help you.

By October 16, 2014

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Apple's OS X Yosemite software available today -- for free

The consumer electronics giant on Thursday is pushing out new Macintosh software with some search features that subtly underscore Apple's rivalry with Google.

By October 16, 2014

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Laptop buying guide

The most important things to know when shopping for a new laptop, hybrid, or Windows tablet.

By November 27, 2013

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Snapchat's advertising push begins

The social network known for its ephemeral messages is finally trying to make money, nearly a year after Facebook offered to acquire it for $3 billion.

By October 17, 2014

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How to set up multiple monitors with your Mac

With just a few minutes of your time and the appropriate accessories, you can connect an extra display to your Mac and increase your productivity.

By October 20, 2014

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Google's Android, Chrome software may converge, exec change suggests

The engineering teams for both software platforms are now led by the same person, a move that's the latest example of Google blurring the lines between its two operating systems.

By October 17, 2014