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Jorge Luis Borges, pioneer of hypertext fiction, celebrated by Google

Author Jorge Luis Borges, the pioneer of magic realism and hypertext fiction, is celebrated by Google today.

By Aug. 24, 2011

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Backstage Pass winner: Rafael Rodriguez

Meet Rafael Rodriguez, CNET's Backstage Pass winner, who will be covering home audio and home video products at CES 2006.

May. 21, 2008

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Artist creates 11-acre portrait in Belfast field

A 6-year-old girl is the subject of one of the largest portraits ever, created with soil, sand, and GPS.

By Oct. 21, 2013

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Teen suspect 'likes' his pic on police Facebook page

Luis Rodriguez, whose picture is featured on the Huntingdon Beach police Facebook page, seems rather proud of the fact -- which is a pity, because police want him on charges of vandalism.

By Aug. 19, 2013

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Watch racing-sim graphics evolve before your eyes in this Forza Motorsport mashup

Spanning nine years, five titles, and thre generations of Xbox consoles, the Forza Motorsport series has come a long way. Just how long, you ask? Well, see for yourself.

By Jul. 11, 2014

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Judge dismisses lawsuit over Instagram terms of service

Lawsuit over controversial changes at the photo-sharing service gets tossed on procedural grounds.

By Jul. 16, 2013

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Accused felon wins modeling contract after mugshot goes viral

A handsome man's mugshot goes viral, many fall in love, and now he's offered $30,000 for more shots.

By Jul. 2, 2014

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Bill Gates: I assume my phone's not being tapped

In some fascinating comments about privacy and security, the Microsoft co-founder admits that he does use e-mail to send confidential messages. And he expects a level of security from his gadgets.

By Jan. 23, 2014

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A beer glass to end smartphone addiction

Finally, a way to get your friends to put their phones down at the bar and pay attention.

By Mar. 28, 2014

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Apple promises to fix iOS 7 lock screen hack

A lock screen vulnerability in the new iOS 7 leaves users' e-mail, photos, Twitter, and other apps open to being used without permission.

By Sep. 19, 2013