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'Bubble 2.0' is the hint from a glut of blogs about a glut of tech knockoffs

Or maybe not. Still, back-to-back blog items on tech-product rip-offs does make you wonder a little.

By December 7, 2013


Appliances and the smart home at CES 2014: A deluge, a glut

Smart houses, smart fridges, smart everything else. The connected home is poised for a big show in Vegas this year.

By December 20, 2013


VC: There's no Series A crunch, there's a 'seed glut'

During the first CNET Community Series event, three Silicon Valley investors debated the state of funding today. The upshot, there's plenty of money, but too many companies wanting it.

By March 29, 2012


EV battery capacity glut could benefit consumers

A price war by 2013 could result in cheaper electric vehicles for consumers sooner than expected but cause smaller battery companies to struggle.

By September 14, 2011


Analyst: iPad 2 could lead to glut of rival tablets

Investors report from J.P. Morgan says that demand for Apple's iPad 2 could create an oversupply bubble for competing tablets, leaving rival companies with inventory they can't ship.

By March 10, 2011


iPad, iPhone, notebook, Netbook: A gadget glut?

Just the right number of gadgets and computers can enhance productivity, but there is a tipping point when too many gadgets hinder rather than help productivity.

By August 29, 2010


The 'cure' for receiver feature glut: Stereo receivers

If you think home theater receivers are a hassle to install and use, consider the alternative: stereo receivers!

By August 5, 2010


Solar glut leading to more solar growth?

Credit availability coming back and the decrease in price for solar installations spurred by the glut have led to a market shift, report from Pike Research shows.

By May 19, 2010


Micron cuts executive pay amid chip glut, loss

After reporting a $344 million fourth-quarter loss, the memory chipmaker says it plans to cut executive pay 20 percent.

By October 1, 2008


The awful truth about Feature Glut

Manufacturers load on features to sell product--whatever it is--phones, coffee makers, micro-wave ovens, or A/V receivers. Here's the deep, dark ugly truth: the features don't have to be useful, or even work as intended--their mere presence serves as a sa

By August 10, 2007