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The latest from entrepreneurs, investors, and cutting-edge digital taste makers at South by Southwes

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Apple buys transit-app maker Embark

Apple has purchased another company that deals in local map data. This time it's Embark, a company that specializes in public-transit information and directions.

By August 22, 2013

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No good alternative for Aereo cord cutters without antennas

In this edition of Ask Maggie, CNET's Marguerite Reardon explains why the Supreme Court's Aereo decision was bad for those who've ditched traditional TV service.

By July 18, 2014

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Glenn Britt, former Time Warner Cable CEO, dies at 65

Less than a year after retiring as CEO of the second largest US cable operator, Glenn Britt succumbs to his battle with cancer.

By June 11, 2014

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Sony at E3 2014: Can it hold its lead?

The PS4 has outsold the Xbox One, but Sony must remain on the offensive to stay on top. Here's a look at how it might do that.

By June 6, 2014

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Xbox, PlayStation won't do much to level up game sales

Video game sales are on the rise, according to one study, thanks to new consoles. But the increases will be less dramatic than in the past.

By June 3, 2014

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How Evernote designs a world without apps (Q&A)

CEO Phil Libin talks to CNET about Evernote’s latest milestone, designing for wearable tech, and how the future is app-less.

By May 15, 2014

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Exclusive: RadiumOne’s very strange story just got stranger

Turns out RadiumOne's fired CEO isn't the only employee with a spotty record, according to the US Secret Service.

By May 8, 2014

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Why the Aereo Supreme Court case over TV’s future is too tough to call

Curious if the Supreme Court will let Aereo live or die? So are copyright experts at the country’s top law schools, especially with the future of TV and digital copyright on the line.

By April 21, 2014

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Inside the tech aiming Aereo through TV's legal hoops

Aereo wants to give you broadcast TV on the Web. But it needed thousands of mini antennas, high-octane transcoding, and lots of air conditioners to build a system it hopes can pass legal scrutiny.

By April 21, 2014

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How Big Brother's going to peek into your connected home

The tech industry easily convinced the public to accept a myriad of free services for the price of some loss of privacy. But getting them to embrace the smart home is going to be a far harder sell.

By February 5, 2014