This CNET special report examines the tech controversy gripping San Francisco.
The 2012 Kia Rio SX sedan feels sportier than its cousins at Hyundai, but we'd rather not have to choose between between Kia's two tech packages.
For over 1,000 years, Mont Saint-Michel has stood the test of time, sieges, sacks, and more. Its iconic positioning, on a tiny island just off the French coast, has given inspiration to movie makers, designers for games like Assassin's Creed, and artists of all kinds. Here's a full photo tour of this island village, castle, and abbey.
This compact MP3 player may be marketed as streetwear, but it'll suit joggers and gym goers, too.
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Rio once again delivers one of the spiffier sports-style MP3 players.
A hands on look at GangStar for the iPhone and iPod Touch.
Local business reviews site's 23rd country also marks its debut in South America.
The electronics giant confirmed to Brazilian press that it will open its first retail store in the country, though it didn't say when.
Call it a guilty pleasure or mindless explosive fun, but Saints Row: The Third's over-the-top chaotic gameplay is almost impossible to not enjoy.
Kia today announced pricing for the 2012 Rio sedan beginning at $13,400 MSRP (plus $750 in destination charges). The Rio A/T starts at $14,500, and the top-of-the-line SX trim starts at $17,500, plus shipping charges.
Attempting to bring in more customers, the mobile carrier adds five metropolitan areas in Illinois, Nevada, and California to get access to its 4G (HSPA) 1900 network.