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Job board for furloughed workers springs up online

Unfurlough.US was built in just 5 hours, and went live Thursday to help workers caught in the political crossfire of the government shutdown find some freelance gigs.

By October 4, 2013

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Mysterious puzzle game embedded in official Burning Man map

Tied to this year's Burning Man theme, 'Cargo Cult,' The Cult of the Hat tasks participants with solving puzzles and, hopefully, working with others.

By August 25, 2013

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Garmin readies Android-powered Monterra outdoor GPS

The handheld Monterra's rugged and waterproof exterior protects an app-friendly, Android-powered interior.

By June 24, 2013

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Collaborate.org launches new platform to map the world

"We are providing worldwide geospatial infrastructure to empower people," says company CEO Kevin Montgomery.

By May 22, 2013

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GIS exec works to unlock hidden geographic data

The dominant maker of geographic information system software is making it easier for governments to share their own detailed mapping information.

By May 13, 2008

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Where the Swiss Army knife gets made

Road Trip 2011: CNET visits the factory where every single Victorinox Swiss Army knife is made--and it's a visual feast.

By July 12, 2011

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Google launches Earth Builder for the cloud

The new software is geared toward businesses and government agencies that are looking for easier and less resource-intensive ways to manage mapping functions.

By April 20, 2011

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The 404 398: Where in space, no one can hear you tweet

Bad news folks, TWITTER IS DOWN! Today, we report on the subsequent worldwide meltdown in addition to stories about Wal-Mart BlackBerries, the fall of gaming magazines, and more submissions for the "Choose Justin's new glasses" competition!

By August 6, 2009

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Mac at 25: Readers reminisce

CNET readers write about their most vivid memories of the groundbreaking Macintosh.

By January 22, 2009

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Satellites, balloons, and math used to count inauguration crowd

The accuracy of counting crowds for events like the presidential inauguration is improving thanks to cameras on satellites and aerostat balloons, but projections still vary.

By January 20, 2009