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Headphones and Bluetooth speakers to amp up your new graduate

Nothing says "starving college kid" like using the audio gear that comes prepackaged with your electronics. Give your recent graduate the gift of high fidelity audio with these headphones and Bluetooth speakers.

14 Images By April 13, 2015


New PCs, Macs and accessories for graduates

Find your grad a new laptop, hybrid, or even a desktop, and get them ready for the real world.

9 Images By April 13, 2015


Yahoo's Aviate launcher graduates beta

The custom launcher and home screen app for Android adds new features and is now available for all users.

By June 23, 2014


To infinity: How Pixar brought computers to the movies

From CNET Magazine: "Toy Story," the first full-length computer-animated movie, turns 20 this month. Behind Woody and Buzz are a bunch of computer graphics geeks who, with help from Steve Jobs, changed movies forever.

By November 12, 2015


See the bizarre full video of a Missouri media professor taunting a reporter

Months of racial tensions and protests at the University of Missouri lead to the resignation of the MU system president. But following the activists' victory, they shun the media.

By November 10, 2015


Buying an iPhone 5S: When does it still make sense?

Apple's entry-level phone offers something unique. But is it too old?

By October 1, 2015


At MIT's future factory, no idea is too far out

For researchers at the outside-the-box Media Lab brain trust, the future can be seen even in a sprinkling of sensors and video game software.

By October 30, 2015


Robotic bee goes for a fly and a swim

Harvard's bee-inspired RoboBee is now the first insect-sized robot that can both fly and swim.

By October 21, 2015


Last minute techie graduation gifts

It's graduation time! In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi offers up ideas for the perfect last minute gift graduation, like a digital subscription to your grad's favorite online service.

By May 20, 2014


New camera captures invisible details, sees through the skin of fruit

Microsoft Research teams up with University of Washington to develop a camera that can capture the veins in your hand and other things not visible to the naked eye.

By October 15, 2015