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Sortable: Product selection for spec-heads

If you shop by product specs, this new service is the tool for you. It enables you to filter and sort a list of products based on criteria it extracts from published data.

By January 3, 2012


New sites for gadget nuts: Gdgt and Retrevo

One of the services is for gadget fanatics; the other is for skittish buyers. Both work. If you're a gearhead, try Gdgt for fun and community, but don't skip Retrevo when you're looking to make a purchase.

By July 1, 2009


Apple's iPhone event = tech site fail

Interest in the newest iPhone is so high that tech news sites everywhere, including CNET, struggle to stay up. Some manage to keep going, while others limp along or fail altogether.

By October 4, 2011


Amazon Kindle Fire 2 coming early 2012?

There's a second-generation Kindle Fire coming in early 2012, and it'll wipe the floor with the first, if sources are to be believed.

By September 27, 2011


Exclusive: Retrevo to launch gadget model decoder

Gadget review site is collecting and presenting data on what that string of letters and numbers in the model number means.

By July 13, 2011


Sony planning 3G camera?

Sony could be planning a camera with a 3G Internet connection. Are connected cameras the future?

By March 11, 2011


iPhone 4 'Glassgate' class-action lawsuit is a new headache for Apple

A California resident has filed a class-action lawsuit against Apple, after the glass casing on his iPhone 4 broke after being dropped by his daughter.

By January 28, 2011


iPhone 4's glass back cracked by slide-on cases?

The design of Apple's iPhone 4 has come under renewed scrutiny, following claims that slide-on cases may cause the device's glass back to fracture.

By October 8, 2010


Report: iPhone's glass back giving Apple headaches

A new report says that the glass back of Apple's latest version of the iPhone is not playing nice with third-party slip-on cases, and as a result is developing cracks.

By October 7, 2010


Facebook's privacy crisis must thrill Hollywood

Columbia Pictures, which is releasing the juicy Facebook tell-all flick "The Social Network" this fall, can consider the current negative buzz yo be free press.

By May 20, 2010