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Volvo's reputation for safety is unparalleled, but that doesn't mean the cars can't also be fun. Tuner company Polestar lets CNET editor Wayne Cunningham drive laps in its special-edition S60.
BBC America hit Copper comes to LoveFilm this week, after Kevin Spacey calls to give viewers what we want, when we want it.
The Audiophiliac talks with Frank Morrone about mixing sound for BBC America's new show "Copper."
Cisco says it is at work on larger and smaller versions of its business-centric Cius tablet, which are expected next year.
Just how eager are investors to bet on filtered office water coolers that don't use water jugs?
Google and Microsoft continue their highly public patent-related catfight, which is either raising awareness of the issue of overbroad software patents or just turning into an embarrassing public battle that's making us all uncomfortable. Also, facial recognition is a trap, and security researchers are rushing to unveil the real Shady Rat. Plus: Computer Love!
Bloom Energy will install its fuel cell-powered energy servers at 11 AT&T locations in California, which the telecom company says will cut the facilities' carbon emissions in half.
The Fontana Fuoco Vivo Wood-Fired Outdoor Oven brings a new dimension of pizza-making for the home cook.
The reviews are in, and they're just what we expected: the iPhone 4 on Verizon is really good at making phone calls. But that might not be reason enough to leave AT&T: find out why. Plus, UBB is going down in Canada (we hope), UFOs are real (for as long as the Internet will let us believe it), and we finally get around to your thoughts and comments in the Meatback loop. It's everything we hoped it would be. Oh, and I bought a MacBook Air, no big deal. What? What's the big deal? --Molly
General motors plans to use renewable energy at manufacturing facilities.