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We don't recommend Sony's new VAIO LT19U as an all-in-one PC for everyday computing, but if you're shopping for a flexible, self-contained, HD-capable digital entertainment center, look no further. It has its flaws, and it's not cheap, but this new VAIO makes up for its shortcomings with sheer capability.
Services that stream games from server farms may one day take over traditional PC gaming, and even console gaming. We break down the big players.
TeleDock TVs get improved iPod integration for 2009.
Lt. Gen. Michael Vane, director of the Army Capabilities Integration Center, said the military is testing the deployment of smartphones to soldiers in the field.
Your $79.99 lifetime PlayOn subscription now comes with a shiny new Roku LT. That's two killer tools for cord-cutters in one reasonably priced bundle.
Lt. Gen. Keith Alexander tells audience at RSA conference the agency isn't interested in wresting cybersecurity responsibilities from Homeland Security.
Much-reported computer code interrupted Iran's nuclear program, but Gen. Mike Hayden tells "60 Minutes" the identity of its author remains unknown.
NSA leak task force leader says a deal with Edward Snowden is worth discussing, but the general who heads the NSA is against any deal.
The surveillance agency says it has spent tens of millions of dollars to remove computers the former NSA contractor had access to, including the cables that connected them to the network.
Dick Lynch discusses Verizon's plan to build its next-generation wireless networks and how much longer 3G can hold out.