Can a vibrating fork create healthy happiness? We try the Hapifork smart fork at long last and see what it's all about.
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Samsung has something slightly curvy planned for its big product unveiling event on March 1, and it looks suspiciously like silverware.
You may remember it as the HapiFork, but this Bluetooth smart fork has been updated with a new name. The 10SFork encourages you via vibration feedback to eat slower -- and now it comes with a knife for more accurate tracking.
In an interview, outspoken John Legere talks about the suddenly lively Sprint as a competitor, the failed merger with Sprint, and his thoughts on BlackBerry.
The settlement hinges on the success or failure of the company's appeal of a ruling that found it conspired with publishers to fix prices.
The court rules that Samsung did violate some of Apple's design patents, but finds the Korean company did not copy the overall packaging of the product.
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If you made a New Year's resolution to lose weight, you might need a bit of high-tech help right about now. CNET takes a look at a fork that helps you pace your meals and an app that lets you count calories easily and accurately.
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