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e-mail addiction

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E-mail addicts losing sense of propriety, risk

More people are checking their e-mail at less than appropriate times--while driving, going to the bathroom, and even during "intimate moments," according to survey results.

By February 18, 2010

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E-mail is as addictive as gambling

E-mail is a dangerous distraction--it only brings gambling riches when you win the Nigerian lottery.

By September 10, 2008

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Jeff Bridges on 'Tron,' 3D, and gadget addiction

CNET sits down with actor Jeff Bridges to talk about his work in Disney's upcoming sequel "Tron: Legacy." Find out his take on 3D TVs in the home, people who don't use e-mail, and why you're addicted to gadgets.

By September 28, 2010

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Booksfree spells relief for audiobook addicts

CNET's Donald Bell gives the Booksfree mail-order audiobook rental service a test drive.

By May 29, 2009

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Mobile e-mail addiction; rooting out malware; cameras seeing things we can't; taking advantage of your 3G phone; and the guy behind bikini lawn cutting is a viral marketing genius.

Mobile e-mail addiction; rooting out malware; cameras seeing things we can't; taking advantage of your 3G phone; and the guy behind bikini lawn cutting is a viral marketing genius.

May 21, 2008

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BlackBerry service recovering after meltdown--as are CrackBerry addicts

The BlackBerry e-mail service experiences a shutdown in North America; service has returned, but problems remain.

By April 18, 2007

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Show notes - The Queue: Baring it all!

Mobile e-mail addiction; rooting out malware; cameras seeing things we can't; taking advantage of your 3G phone; and the guy behind bikini lawn-cutting is a viral marketing genius.

By July 31, 2007

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Addicted to e-mail? You're not alone

Most people check e-mail about five times a day, and many can't go without it for more than three days at a stretch, AOL survey finds.

By May 26, 2005

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Start-up Seven addicted to Java

The company teams up with Sun Microsystems to bring its e-mail application to Java-enabled cell phones.

By October 26, 2004