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Two actual rocket scientists have designed the next-generation deodorant application system, and it's not as ridiculous as it sounds.
Intel, GlobalFoundries and other chipmakers have built massive facilities to manufacture more powerful computer chips. It's all part of a race to prove they can keep pace with Moore's Law.
Artist Kathleen McDermott makes a fashion statement and prevents physical contact with her Personal Space Dress.
Groupon users can save some cash online by scooping up large quantities of household and personal care products.
The youngest justice, Elena Kagan, admits that her fellow large minds haven't got around to e-mailing yet. Retrograde? Or wily?
With just weeks to go before the massive Consumer Electronics Show, I'm going to predict exactly what we'll see -- with 100 percent accuracy.
Now that Gmail is king of the global e-mail hill, it's time to take stock of CNET readers' preferred service providers. Where does your e-mail loyalty lie?
PBS is airing its one-hour special on late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs tonight. CNET walks through some of the details in what is a broad look at Jobs' personal and professional life.
Too busy to keep up with the tech news? Here are some of the more interesting stories from CNET for Monday, August 1.
On today's show, Android is taking over the world (seriously), Internet-starved users turn to ham radio and dial-up to get the word out of Egypt, and Intel's Sandy Bridge chipsets are delayed (uh oh). Also, details about a possible Netflix-like streaming service that would be free for Amazon Prime users. As if Amazon Prime could get any more awesome. All the right moves, Amazon. All the right moves. Plus, some problems with quashing subpoenas. --Molly