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Graphics gurus master wispy hair, snowballs, torn paper

Expect the wide range of new computer graphics techniques that debut at the Siggraph conference in July to arrive later in animated movies. Also: Motion-sensing tech that fights back?

By May. 28, 2013


At CNET's SXSW 'big data' panel, sparks fly over privacy

Panelists from leading tech advocacy groups squared off during a discussion about how Internet companies should be regulated. Agreement was hard to come by on consumer protections.

By Mar. 12, 2012


Prince Harry gives up his Facebook page?

A report suggests that Prince Harry, who previously had a Facebook page under an assumed name, has given it up after his exploits in Las Vegas.

By Aug. 26, 2012


Ion Scratch 2 Go turns you into DJ Suction Cups

The iPad DJing experience is about to get a lot more tactile. Ion's Scratch 2 Go uses suction cups to add all the cool knobs and spinners you really desire.

By Jan. 10, 2013

Editors' Take

Watch Dogs (Xbox 360)

The next generation of gaming won't only be defined by flashy graphics. They'll need to offer something that current games can't.

By May. 10, 2013


Viliv, the future of Intel handhelds?

A mobile Internet device has picked up some pre-sales buzz as it prepares for a July 6 launch. But will consumers notice? And if so, will price be a deal breaker?

By Jun. 22, 2009


Gizmine.com enables your Japanese gadget addiction

Luxury importer Dynamism starts site featuring delightfully inexplicable gadgets made for the Japanese market.

By Dec. 3, 2008


HTC Ville leak video shows off Android 4.0, skinny frame

The HTC Ville smart phone has leaked in a video posted online, that shows off Ice Cream Sandwich and a new version of HTC Sense.

By Feb. 1, 2012


Meet Mr. Android 2011

Largely unscientific but amusing poll by app maker BlueStacks results in a composite Android guy in jeans, a T-shirt, glasses, and freckles (likely from all that time spent in sunny climes).

By Dec. 29, 2011


FCC refuses to state the obvious: Mobile market is competitive

As FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski prepares to exit, the commission issues its annual mobile competition report.

By Apr. 3, 2013