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Japanese turning to robotic crypts, virtual grave visits

Some are finding their final resting place in mechanized crypts, while one Buddhist temple has virtual memorials for sale.

By April 10, 2013


Netflix reportedly plans streaming purge for January 1

"War Games" and the original "Dark Shadows" are among the dozens of movies and TV shows set to expire, according to a list posted to Reddit.

By December 29, 2013


Set up an animated talking skull

Spice up your Halloween decorations with scary props and sound effects. CNET's Donald Bell shows you how to connect and operate an interactive talking skull.

By October 15, 2013


Netflix: It wants to be HBO, but better

Netflix has begun distributing its own shows and is starting with one that has a Soprano-esque feel. It's game on in Netflix's budding rivalry with HBO.

By January 4, 2012


What you need to know about the Gawker breach (FAQ)

Here's the skinny on what happened at Gawker, what to do if you might be affected, and what you should do to protect yourself when using any Web site.

By December 13, 2010


Hide an OS on your hard drive with TrueCrypt

TrueCrypt is a free and open-source program for encrypting data. It's excellent for securing hard drives. It also contains the capability to hide a secret operating system inside another operating system.

By August 7, 2008


New Trojan encrypts files but leaves no ransom note

Victims of the Ramvicrype Trojan horse must find tools to repair encrypted files.

By November 2, 2009


Serbian tech: Dead going nuts over air-conditioned coffins

Coffins claiming to keep bodies "fresh" are reportedly getting snapped up in Serbia. You'll note this post does not contain the pun "frozen stiff."

By April 10, 2009


CNET UK Podcast 127: You'll never see my Facebook again

Knife crime, £1,000 headphones, Facebook and Sega's involvement in Brazilian crime are all topics discussed in this week's CNET UK Podcast

By March 13, 2009


Facebook being used to recruit spies

It has emerged that Britain's Secret Service has admitted to using Facebook to recruit tomorrow's James Bonds.

By September 28, 2008