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Microsoft tip ends in arrest of alleged child porn hustler

Google, Facebook, Twitter, and Microsoft are all now using PhotoDNA, which lets them track images depicting child exploitation.

By August 6, 2014


The Revelations ft. Tre Williams, 'He's A Hustler': Free MP3 of the Day

Download a free MP3 of "He's A Hustler" courtesy of CNET Download Music.

By December 2, 2008


Pool-playing robot is Johnny Five meets John Virgo

Fancy shooting some stick? If it's winner stays on, this is one hustler who could take some shifting -- stick your 50p on the side and break with the pool-playing robot.

By June 6, 2011


Rockstar lets loose with the official GTA V trailer

With under three weeks until launch, Rockstar keeps the anticipation going with a new GTA V trailer.

By August 29, 2013


Rock Band is breaking up

Apple saddles up to Twitter to promote Ping, Walmart.com has free shipping for the holidays with no minimum purchase required, and Viacom puts Rock Band's developer up for sale.

By November 12, 2010


Brin wears his Google glasses on NYC subway: Um, why?

Looking for all the world like a jewel thief, Google's co-founder is spotted on New York's most pristine mode of public transportation wearing the future on his nose.

By January 21, 2013


ISP won't reveal names of alleged porn pirates

Time Warner Cable once again refuses to give up names of customers accused of copyright violations, according to the attorney overseeing Larry Flynt Publishing's copyright case.

By December 27, 2010


Samsung closes by claiming Apple is stifling competition

In its closing argument, Samsung paints Apple as a company that threatens market competition in the U.S., and in tech at large.

By August 21, 2012


Crave Podcast 24: PlayStation 3 in the dock

We can hardly believe our brains! It's podcast number 24, in which we put the much-maligned, much-hyped PlayStation 3 on trial. Don't miss it, podheads

By March 2, 2007


FBI probes 4chan's 'Anonymous' DDoS attacks

Launch of denial-of-service attacks against Web sites, including that of the U.S. Copyright Office, catches the attention of federal investigators, CNET has learned.

By November 9, 2010