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John McAfee's $100 D-Central aims to outsmart the NSA

The McAfee founder says the gadget will be able to create decentralized networks that won't be accessible by governments.

By September 30, 2013

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Revolv arrives on Android, adds official Nest support

The high-end smart hub is aiming to widen its appeal in the quest for a seamless smart home.

By July 31, 2014

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A tour of the Royal Air Force Museum

With WWI fighters, seaplanes of the '30s, legendary participants of the Battle of Britain, bombers from WWII, and jets from the '40s to the present day, the Royal Air Force Museum London has examples from every era of flight. Here's a full photo tour.

By July 28, 2014

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New York subway cell coverage stinks, but here are the best lines

A test conducted by Global Wireless Solutions found that the cellular deployment in New York subways remains lacking.

By June 30, 2014

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How Supreme Court ruling affects Aereo, the cloud, and you

The court was loud and clear: Aereo's streaming TV business is illegal. But the decision raises more questions than it answers.

By June 26, 2014

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Confirmed, finally: D-Wave quantum computer is sometimes sluggish

The D-Wave Two quantum computer clocks in no faster than a standard PC, but those already well-known results still leave us scratching our heads over speed testing.

By June 19, 2014

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Scary or cool? Directors can track how that film makes you feel

Behind the scenes: What happens when you wear a biosensor to the movies? CNET's Stephen Shankland traveled to Cannes to find out.

By June 19, 2014

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Amazon delivers long-rumored Fire Phone smartphone

CEO Jeff Bezos enters the smartphone game, in an effort to get shoppers to buy even more from the e-commerce site.

By June 18, 2014

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How '3D' phones just might be the future

Amazon has unveiled a 3D smartphone, Google has Project Tango, and Microsoft is reportedly working on its own hands-free controls. 3D is poised to go big.

By June 9, 2014

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A Tour of Bletchley Park: Codebreaking that helped win WWII, and the birthplace of the modern computer

Estimated to have taken two years off WWII, saving countless lives, the code and cipherbreaking of Bletchley Park was instrumental to the Allies' win. Here's a photo tour of this once-secret pantheon of codebreaking, and the birthplace of the modern computer.

By May 30, 2014