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What's smart about Playboy's new, nudity-free approach to sexy

Commentary: After six decades of showing women in their birthday suits, Playboy is trying on clothes. CNET's Bonnie Burton, a longtime fan, explains why she's excited about the magazine's new direction.

By October 15, 2015


DDoS as dance: Anonymous hits the ballet

A new multimedia ballet, "HackPolitik," fuses jarring, angular movements with electroacoustic music and video projection to interpret the activities of hacker collective Anonymous.

By November 7, 2013


Google return to China unlikely anytime soon

Eric Schmidt tells Google stockholders at the company's annual stockholder meeting that the company will continue to stay out of China.

By June 6, 2013


Flip Cap, a lens cap you can't misplace

Good news, photographers. This useful camera accessory is a lens cap that never has to be separated from your camera lens.

By February 1, 2013


Galaxy S3 Android 4.1 update continues trek through Europe

Owners of the Galaxy S3 across France, Spain, Romania, and Austria are the latest to get a taste of the Jelly Bean update.

By October 17, 2012


Shareholder sues HP over claims it misled investors

HP boasted about the expected success of the TouchPad ahead of its release as most manufacturers do about their products. But now that has at least one shareholder steaming mad.

By September 15, 2011


FTC eyes updates to online child privacy rules

Looking to strengthen the rules, the Federal Trade Commission is proposing revisions that include adding geolocation information to the definition of "personal information."

By September 16, 2011


Playboy to offer Web subscription service

Hugh Hefner promises to deliver the full catalog of the men's magazine, from the 1953 debut onward, in all its glory.

By January 19, 2011


Open-source hardware standards formally issued

The nascent industry--led by Arduino, Chumby, MakerBot, Adafruit, and others--has never had a governing definition. Until now.

By July 13, 2010


Cape Wind finds buyer for offshore wind power

The controversial Cape Wind offshore wind project off Massachusetts' Cape Cod secures a power purchase agreement with utility National Grid for half of its electricity.

By May 7, 2010