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Hands-on with Sharper Image's Literati eReader

Due arrive in October, the Literati is an inexpensive color e-reader aimed at the mass market that will have a large retail presence this holiday season. CNET Executive Editor David Carnoy gets an early look at it.

By September 16, 2010

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'Chromatic Typewriter' turns keystrokes to brushstrokes

Creating art with that splendidly elaborate gadget known as the typewriter is nothing new. Just ask Hemingway or Orwell. But this beautifully hacked 1937 Underwood Standard takes things to an entirely different realm.

By December 7, 2011

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Sohaib Athar on Twitter fame after bin Laden raid (Q&A)

CNET interviews Pakistan programmer Sohaib Athar, who became an instant online celebrity after his real-time dispatches recording a rough outline of the raid on Osama bin Laden.

By May 4, 2011

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Get a CradlePoint mobile Wi-Fi hot spot for $49.99

You supply the connectivity (using your phone or aircard), the PHS300 turns it into a secure hot spot for up to 16(!) nearby devices. Take that, MiFi!

By March 25, 2011

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Kindle forces budget e-reader price chops

It's pretty hard to compete against the Kindle these days, which is why many second-tier e-reader makers have been forced to lower the prices of their devices.

By January 25, 2011

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Robots for the rest of us

Terk offers do-it-yourself robot recipes using off-the-shelf parts, onboard Linux controller. Photos: DIY robots from recipes

By April 26, 2007

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Salon turns 10

By December 1, 2005

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Open-source programmer rebuts charge

Back-and-forth dance characterizes dispute over code released to open-source Mambo project.

By September 20, 2004

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Open-source spat triggers legal threat

Company says it paid for the code that was contributed, against contract, to free Mambo publishing software.

By September 17, 2004

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The new community school

USF professor David Batstone is the architect of a virtual classroom full of students on the East and West Coasts. Chinese students may soon join in.

By March 25, 1997