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The Audiophiliac Component of the Year: Schiit Ragnarok stereo amplifier

The Ragnarok amplifier is the brand's first to drive speakers and/or headphones, and it sounds like it means business.

By November 7, 2015

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Here's a pair of high-end yet affordable components from Schiit Audio

Schiit's cheap 'n' cheerful headphone amp and digital converter wow the Audiophiliac!

By July 4, 2015

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iPhone's 'error 53' may land Apple in crosshairs of lawsuit

The error message means your iPhone has been disabled because the home button is broken or replaced by a non-Apple technician. Customers are not happy about that.

By February 9, 2016

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Crave giveaway: Custom-designed Timbuk2 messenger bag

CNET's Jessica Dolcourt visited the Timbuk2 factory and personally designed a cool-looking bag. One winner gets to take it home this week.

By February 12, 2016

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Inside Bose's secret research lab

Bose has always taken great pride in its technical innovations and the quality of its products. But new CEO Bob Maresca is betting on a new approach to get Bose to the next level: telling people what this secretive company is all about.

By February 3, 2016

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Here are the reasons why so many hoverboards are catching fire

Buying a self-balancing scooter? You might want to think twice.

By December 22, 2015

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Using VR to make games in VR is VR-riffic (Tomorrow Daily 311)

Epic announces an upcoming virtual-reality component for its Unreal Editor, and a team at Wuhan University shows off its real-time adaptive camouflage system.

By February 8, 2016

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The Plextor M6V is a great deal

CNET editor Dong Ngo convinces everyone that the Plextor M6V solid-state drive is an excellent buy.

By September 17, 2015

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XCOM 2: How Firaxis crafted a superior sequel

We spoke with members of the seasoned strategy studio to discuss the process of making a relevant sequel with XCOM 2, and the rebirth of difficult games.

By February 9, 2016

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How to control your smart lights with Android Wear

It's not always convenient to reach for your phone to turn off the lights. Use your Android Wear watch to control your lights from your wrist instead.

By January 28, 2016