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Here it is, the first Bluetooth-enabled MP3 player we've seen. Goodbye fiddling about with USB cables, hello banging your head against the desk as Bluetooth falters
Sony's noise-canceling MP3 player
These comfy over-the-ear 'phones, which normally sell for $49.99, double as a headset for hands-free calls. Plus: free apps!
CNET Executive Editor David Carnoy looks at Sony's PlayStation Vita through Apple goggles.
A Siri alternative in the form of an app, the Galaxy Nexus gets dissected as the US launch approaches, and your Android phone may be ratting you out to Big Brother.
His views rile up plenty of people, but the free-software movement founder raises real concerns about e-book restrictions. Taxing ISPs isn't the solution, though.
DOJ investigation comes years after Apple used its power to dictate terms to music labels. But did Cupertino go too far by trying to derail an Amazon promotion?
Three's a crowd and four's a party, but what do you call five tech geeks and an HTC Evo in a frozen meat locker? We'll just call it a 4G (pronounced fourgie) until we come up with something better.
Rafe and Tom talk Canon Vixia HV30, HP Windows Homne Server, Molly Wood joins to talk HP Envy and RogueTess calls in with an iPhone app road test. That and much more road tested for your enjoyment.
CNET editor Jasmine France lists her top five Rhapsody irritants.