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All the news from the annual Google I/O event, including the latest on Android.
Google is spending £1.9bn to snap up Nest, a company that connects your home to the Internet.
If the Coffman Labs G1-A stereo preamplifier sounds like it was designed by a physicist who also plays violin, well, it was!
The beloved service, which has suffered increasing neglect as the popularity of RSS declined, is going away.
Why don't consumers use home displays like TVs, PCs, and tablets more often to follow information such as weather, sports and social-media updates? The NPD Group's Ross Rubin has some theories.
Feast your eyes on what might have been in Google's 2006 prototype for Android phones.
Along with the new features -- a few whizzy, the majority eminently practical -- the launch of Photoshop CS6 marks Adobe's first major step toward its revamping of the Creative Suite business.
Google's Nexus One is in the CNET Australia testing labs now. If you have any burning questions jump inside and let us know.
This is the place for live coverage of Google's Day 1 keynote address at Google I/O, starting Wednesday morning at 9 a.m. PDT.
The company rebuts a report that it would skip China's capital on its smartphone road show, saying it had never planned an event there.
CNET has the Motorola Droid in the house. Check out our live review as we poke and prod Verizon's first Android phone.