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Sporting the same massive 6.4-inch 1080P display, what Sony now calls a tablet is largely unchanged from its smartphone roots.
Slated for release September 17, "Bleeding Edge" is set in 2001 in New York's Silicon Alley and deals with the time between the dot-com bubble bursting and 9/11.
A new book about humor describes a scientific experiment searching for the joke that is truly the funniest. One million people rated jokes. CNET blogger Chris Matyszczyk wonders if the winner will make you laugh.
The new site maps tweets -- many of them rather angry -- about transport in the UK and lets you search for places and subjects.
A new installation pays homage to the selfie, the latest medium in a long artistic heritage of self-portraiture.
In one of the weirder, more curious ads for any gadget ever, Nokia paints a nostalgic picture of, well, hair and its Lumia 2520 tablet.
In a frank admission about commercial flight safety beyond Earth, the man behind Virgin's flights into space admits there is no margin for error.
Redmond finds an unlikely advocate cheering for its success in the smartphone wars: Marc Andreessen, whose Netscape once upon a time was done in by Microsoft and the IE browser.
You may not think of your Wi-Fi router as a wide-open barn door between your computer and the Internet, but for many Asus router owners, it is.