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Adobe has caught up to Apple's Final Cut Pro with support for high-resolution Macs. It can use new MacBook Pro hardware acceleration, too.
For the cloud crowd, Samsung's new $449 Chromebook and $329 Chromebox give a much-needed performance boost to Google's browser-based OS. They're still not for most computer users, though.
The latest rumor surrounding Microsoft's upcoming console is a crazy one that has the device equipped with an insanely powerful central processing unit.
A study by the author of the well-respected DisplayMate calibration software, pitting active 3D TVs against passive ones, finds passive models better in most aspects of picture quality.
Not all 3D is the same. Knowing how to get the best 3D content for your TV will ensure your TV looks its 3D best.
Setup discs help you ensure that you're getting the best performance from your TV. These discs will help you out, no matter what your skill level.
CNET compares the 3D picture quality of two HDTVs, one equipped with active and one with passive glasses technology.
What's brighter than the sun, whiter than the snow, and blacker than the heart of a pirate? It's not the screen of an iPhone 4, but it comes close.
CNET takes a hands-on look at the new premium Hulu Plus service on the Samsung BD-C6900 Blu-ray player.