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Pizza Gio is Australia's first pizza vending machine

The vending machine dispenses artisan pizza in less than three minutes, for not too much dough.

By August 10, 2014


Samsung Galaxy Gio goes global in our hands-on photos

The Samsung Galaxy Gio packs a simply stunning 3.2-inch screen and powerful Android operating system into a glossy, gorgeous-looking case.

4 Images By February 13, 2011


Samsung announces Android-powered Galaxy Ace, Fit, Gio, Mini

We don't know much about the four new Galaxy smartphones Samsung announced, but we'll find out plenty about these global releases by Mobile World Congress next month in Barcelona.

By January 26, 2011


Samsung Galaxy Ace, Fit, Gio and Mini in official pictures

Thought you'd seen everything there was to see of the additions to the Samsung Galaxy family? Think again, mon petit chou-fleurs, because we've gathered a boatload of official snaps.

16 Images By January 26, 2011


Samsung Galaxy Gio Android phone is Samsung's jewel of the dial

The Samsung Galaxy Gio gets its name from the Italian word for jewel, and this miniature mobile might well live up to its name, with a pretty chassis and Android 2.2 on board...

By January 26, 2011


Samsung's Mini Android phones

Samsung showed off the Mini, Fit, Gio, and Ace Galaxy phones at Mobile World Congress. Here's CNET's Kent German to walk you through the new Android phones.

By February 18, 2011


3GIO technology dubbed "PCI Express"

SEATTLE--The Third-generation input-output (3GIO) standard spawned by Intel and now backed by others has been given a formal name: PCI Express. The PCI-SIG announced the name Wednesday at Microsoft's Windows Hardware Engineering Conference (WinHEC) conference here. PCI is a standard way to plug devices such as network cards into a computer, but PCI Express will enable faster communications when it begins arriving at the end of 2003, its advocates say. The standard will first be used to connect chips within a computer and the graphics subsystem, with high-speed network cards to follow, supporters expect. A draft of PCI Express version 1.0 has been turned over for PCI-SIG's more than 740 members to review, and the final version is expected by a June 3-4 developer conference.

By April 17, 2002