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The season you're born in affects your moodiness, study says

Hungarian research suggests that those born in the summer are moodier adults than those born in the winter.

By October 19, 2014

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The US government's wireless-spectrum auction: Why it matters (FAQ)

It's the first auction of new wireless spectrum in six years. CNET gets you up to speed on how this will affect your wireless service in the future.

By October 19, 2014

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Tickets issued due to red-light cameras are illegal, says Florida court

An appeals court decides that in Florida, private companies that operate red-light cameras have no right to send out tickets.

By October 21, 2014

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Microsoft moves Yammer into Office 365 as co-founder departs

David Sacks, co-founder of the social-networking vendor, announces departure on Twitter.

By July 24, 2014

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Department of Energy loads 240 graphs and maps onto Flickr

Looking to be transparent, the US government agency brings data-driven energy usage charts, which include everything from crude oil production to wind generation to gasoline prices, to the web.

By July 14, 2014

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Experience the true existential madness of automated customer service

You've made those calls. You've pressed 2 for Spanish. And you've waited till eternity. This new video exists to tell you that you aren't alone.

By October 18, 2014

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Google+ chief Vic Gundotra departs after 8 years

Google's social maestro Vic Gundotra leaves the company, raising questions about the future of the troubled Google+ social network.

By April 24, 2014

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Key Samsung executives depart from US business

At least five high-ranking executives from Samsung’s US mobile business have left or have given their notice over the past two months, CNET has learned.

By April 4, 2014

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Amazon Web Services gets security OK from Defense Department

The Department of Defense security and compliance blessing means more government agencies can move workloads to AWS.

By March 26, 2014

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Cop cracks woman's iPad passcode to rescue her after crash

After a driver's OnStar alert system reportedly gives inaccurate locations for a crash, the local police department's tech geek thinks fast, breaks into the driver's iPad at her home and finds her via an Apple app.

By October 15, 2014