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The Cheapskate

Rick Broida scours the Web for great deals on tech.

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Dr. Sexytime gets your iPhone into the sack

This scientifically sexy app is like your own personal sex coach and brings a whole new dimension to the term "gadget lover."

By March 31, 2011

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Buzz Out Loud 987: Dr. No No No No No

Brian Cooley goes all Noel Coward on me when we ask if he wants to share viewing over the Xbox 360. We also talk about the Project Natal coolness and lost of other E3 stuff. And of course robots still plan to kill us all. The latest developments involve

By June 2, 2009

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Online groups: Dr. Dean should run Health Dept.

He still has online steam. Although President Obama is reportedly considering other choices for secretary of the department, online liberals are calling on Howard Dean, who is a doctor.

By February 9, 2009

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Beats by Dr Dre president on origins, bass and music piracy

CNET UK chats to Luke Wood, president of divisive headphone brand Beats by Dr Dre.

By September 2, 2012

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Buzz Out Loud 804: 'Spore' sporked by Dr. M

The evil power of Dr. M is even greater than we thought...strong enough, in fact, to tarnish the shining reputation of the long-awaited Spore. Also in the news today, DVD ripping goes legit, a little too late, thanks to RealDVD.

By September 8, 2008

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Buzz Out Loud 714: Dr. M for mayor

Somehow, Dr. M has proven himself so diabolically clever that we kind of love him. In other news, $199 iPhone 2?

By April 30, 2008

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Asus DR-570 and DR-950 ebook readers: Colour me well-read

Asus has decided to arrive fashionably late to the ebook reader party, donning a stylish pair called the DR-950 and DR-570

By January 18, 2010

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Paging Dr. Google

By May 4, 2006

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Official Doctor Who web store launches down under

The Doctor Who pop-up shop in Newtown, Sydney, has closed its blue doors — but Aussie Whovians can now get their merch fix online.

By June 6, 2013

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New York Web sites remain offline following Sandy

Gawker and Gizmodo continue having difficulties, while others like Huffington Post, are back online.

By October 30, 2012