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Men's underwear claims to protect your private parts from public rays

The makers of Wireless Armour claim they protect the wearer from electromagnetic radiation by meshing pure silver into the pouch area (and, indeed, all around).

By April 30, 2014


Is Verizon 'shaking down' customers with family plan?

One CNET reader thinks that Verizon's new family share plan is nothing more than a corporate shakedown. CNET's Marguerite Reardon offers her opinion.

By July 6, 2012


Samsung Galaxy S3's S Voice vs Siri on iPhone 4S

Samsung and Apple's sometimes smart-arsed voice assistants battle it out in the usefulness stakes.

By May 29, 2012


You can't deny Eduardo Saverin a visa for being a jerk

The outrage directed at Facebook's co-founder has led some to demand that Uncle Sam deny him a U.S. visa. Good luck with that.

By May 17, 2012


Dell hath no fury

Dell hired a speaker with a known penchant for sexist humour to speak at a summit. Whatever Dell was trying to do, it backfired. Big time.

By May 15, 2012


Heartbeats to replace passwords for gadget security?

Your brain can't cope with all the passwords spilling out of your head, but your heart can, as heartbeat recognition becomes a reality.

By February 21, 2012


Google+ in search: Google had no choice

Social information is spreading across the Web, and Google search can't ignore its value. But are Facebook and Twitter selling, and will Google pay?

By January 11, 2012


BMW and Toyota: researching batteries together, sharing diesel engines

Toyota and BMW have announced an agreement today to begin working together on the next generation of Lithium-ion battery technology. Additionally, BMW will begin supplying Toyota with diesel engines.

By December 1, 2011


iPhone 4S network leak hints at minor iPhone update

A snap that seems to show US network AT&T's internal system hints that the next iPhone will be called the iPhone 4S.

By September 19, 2011


Flight Control lands on Android, costs five times as much as iPhone version

Flight Control, the addictive mobile game that sees you navigating aeroplanes on to a landing strip, is now on Android. But rum news for ro-bros -- it's more expensive than the iPhone version.

By February 21, 2011