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Wake up your Mac with your iPhone

You can use your iPhone to wake your Mac, provided both are on the same local network.

By Apr. 4, 2014

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CNET hosting NSA surveillance event tonight: Join us!

You're invited to a public event tonight in downtown San Francisco that we're co-hosting with the Internet Society to discuss the National Security Agency's bulk surveillance programs.

By Oct. 2, 2013

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Cable companies say they won't disconnect accused pirates

Verizon and Time Warner Cable say they won't pull the plug on customers as a result of piracy complaints from Hollywood movie studios and record labels as part of the "six strikes" program.

By Nov. 15, 2012

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Liquidmetal and Apple's path to becoming Skynet

Rumors that Apple will use an alloy with sci-fi characteristics in the next iPhone are like an energy drink for a paranoid imagination.

By Apr. 20, 2012

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CellControl curbs phone cravings on the road

CellControl virtually links your cell phone to your car and blocks incoming calls when you're driving. It also blocks use of text and e-mail messages.

By Sep. 8, 2009

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New and Noteworthy: Rumors flying hours before Apple introduction; Investors sour on Apple

New and Noteworthy: Rumors flying hours before Apple introduction; Investors sour on Apple

By Oct. 12, 2005

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USAA app lets iPhone users deposit checks

With USAA's updated iPhone, customers can take a picture of a check and deposit the funds directly to their bank accounts.

By Aug. 11, 2009

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Odds & Ends: Adobe Fix; RailRoad Tycoon work-around; more

Odds & Ends: Adobe Fix; RailRoad Tycoon work-around; more

By Jul. 12, 1999

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Buzz Out Loud 841: Real-time apocalypse

Microsoft is putting Office online. No time soon, but it will happen. Also Netflix will stream movies in HD. Not until mid-November. And only for Xbox Live paying members. But hey, why would we want to satisfy anyone now.

By Oct. 29, 2008

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Launchpad Chicken: MobileMe and sync trouble

Jean-Louis Gassée looks into Apple's MobileMe launch misfire and whether the company is capable of running a worldwide wireless data synchronization service for tens of millions of users.

By Aug. 11, 2008