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In new video, hit band OK Go unveils date of White House's first-ever Maker Faire, which CNET reported first in February.
Participating in a project that has strangers drawing each other's photos as a statement on social networking, one man chooses an unusual canvas (yeah, you'll want to sit down for this one).
The case of the cartoonist at The Oatmeal who was threatened by a lawyer for FunnyJunk after his work was allegedly ripped off hundreds of times surely offers some hope for humanity and, perhaps, for the legal system.
Wireless subscribers have all sorts of questions about how they can keep their unlimited data plans. And Ask Maggie offers some advice and information.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 has shifted over 6.5 million copies and generated $400 million of revenue in its first 24 hours.
We've got Joey Kaminski subbing in for Jeff today, and there's so much to talk about! From Monday's Apple iCloud, iOS 5, and OS X Lion to the Sony PlayStation Vita and Nintendo's Wii U, The 404 has all of this week's tech bases covered.
Android-based smartphone owners have been clamoring for a version of SlingPlayer for some time now and last week the streaming software finally made its way to the platform.
CNET UK queued all night for an iPhone 4 outside Apple's flagship store on Regent Street. Click through to see our photos, and read about our deteriorating mental state
This week we start by discussing the big car bomb scare in Times Square, and how in our purportedly surveillance-heavy society -- from the middle of Times Square, the "Crossroads of the World," we only have one fuzzy image of the a guy changing his shirt to go on.
On today's show, there's tech news, but there's also the new Sprint Evo 4G, and that's kind of all we can think about. Its big 4-inch screen, its two cameras, its kickstand. Sigh. It's my new boo. Also, though, some stuff about Google, the full text of ACTA is leaked, we have a winner in the Apple vs. Predator video contest, and holy crap, did you see that Evo?