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Self-publishing a book: 25 things you need to know

Considering self-publishing a book? CNET's David Carnoy discusses the ins and outs of what it's all about.

By June 13, 2012

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It's winter, and your cold computer needs fur

Japanese USB novelty maker Actbrise hears your suffering in this deep freeze and offers fake fur for your laptop, mouse, and other peripherals. Bundle up!

By January 9, 2010

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Canon EOS 7D braves cold temperature, snow

Photographer Ole Jorgen Liodden recently brought his EOS 7D to the Antarctica for an assignment, and is glad to report that the camera emerged unscathed.

By December 10, 2009

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Spiffbox entices users with cold hard cash

Arizona-based Spiffbox is launching its new social network, which encourages users to engage in activities such as messaging, chat, and photo sharing, in exchange for actual cash.

By October 6, 2009

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'Old' tech like Java and .Net is hot in cold economy

If you want a date, learn PHP or Squeak. If you want a job, you might want to focus on Java, .Net, Oracle, and other boring old enterprise technologies.

By July 27, 2009

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LED TVs: 10 things you need to know

Many of the big TV manufacturers are pushing LED TVs as the latest and greatest flat-screen TV. But just what are LED TVs and what should you know before buying one?

By June 4, 2010

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Opera Mini's first iPhone fix doesn't tackle big complaints

Opera's few minor tweaks for its big-deal iPhone app could leave users cold, especially in light of Skyfire's new mobile browser advances.

By April 29, 2010

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Cold-brew coffee contraption for sensitive stomachs

The Hourglass Coffee Brewer cold brew coffee system reduces the amount of acid in your morning cup.

By May 28, 2009

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GM Chevy Volt to feature 'Mountain' mode

The gas engine of the Volt will strain getting up the steepest of grades, so GM added a way to store an extra charge for a power boost.

By May 4, 2010

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Heated wetsuit warms you sans the smelly mess

Using two rechargeable lithium ion batteries, a titanium heating element on the back of the wetsuit lets you bring the internal temperature up to 51 degrees Celsius.

By May 3, 2010