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Apple should make an Android phone, co-founder reckons

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak reckons Apple should release an Android-powered blower to sell alongside the regular iPhone.

By Feb. 8, 2014

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Galaxy Gear and more in best new smart watches video

It's smart watch season! In this video check out four wrist-occupying gadgets that are vying for your cash.

By Sep. 18, 2013

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AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile agree not to charge for spam texts

That's three of the top US carriers that say they'll stop billing customers for texts that get sent to them from unauthorized third parties. Missing from the list is Verizon.

By Nov. 21, 2013

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Best smartphone cameras

CNET ranks the best five smartphones for taking your Instagrams to the next level.

By Aug. 9, 2013

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Google+ comments integration angering longtime YouTubers

YouTube offers an apology for the rough rollout of its comment system replacement powered by Google+, but it's not going back.

By Nov. 13, 2013

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FCC to fight 'mystery fees' on phone bills

The addition of unauthorized fees to consumers' bills--a practice known as "cramming"--affects 15 million to 20 million U.S. households a year, according to a survey cited by the FCC.

By Jun. 20, 2011

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Future headlights turn rain invisible, we explain how in video

Intel has helped cook up some futuristic headlights that make rain seem to disappear. We explain how it works.

By Apr. 26, 2013

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Future headlights turn rain invisible, we explain how in video

Intel has helped cook up some futuristic headlights that make rain seem to disappear. CNET UK's Luke Westaway takes a closer look.

By Apr. 26, 2013

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The 404 1,381: Where Russ Frushtick takes next-gen consoles to the bank (podcast)

Russ Frushtick from Polygon joins us for a chat about the upcoming next-gen consoles, a back and forth with Jeff about the flights and falls of "Gravity," and a few stories from our daily rundown.

By Nov. 8, 2013

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How the iPad Air got thinner, lighter

The iPad 3 and 4 were relatively heavy because of compromises Apple had to make to accommodate the Retina Display. Here's how the Air tries to fix that problem.

By Nov. 1, 2013