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Google Glass Explorer program finally opens to public

After many months of hype, now anyone can pay $1,500 to be threatened by surly Luddite pub patrons.

By May 13, 2014

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Google Glass faithful are coming to your town

In attempt to prove the high-tech specs normal, the Glassholy are gathering Saturday for nationwide "Glass Night Out" events.

By May 3, 2014

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Don't worry, humans: Yahoo says best news crafted by real people

Yahoo's Nick D'Aloisio stresses again its News Digest app can't be created by AI alone, and that its premium design requires a professional touch.

By February 25, 2014

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Parents to son: No tech unless it was made before 1987

A Canadian family chooses to go Luddite in order to spend more time together and less time staring at screens.

By September 4, 2013

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MegaPhone iPhone dock for Luddites

Go super-duper retro with the MegaPhone iPhone amplifier. There are no batteries or cords, just a big ceramic horn to boost your iPhone's sound.

By November 9, 2011

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Facebook shareholders want to know how to use Facebook

The social network faces stockholders for the first time and finds that what they really want is customer service from Zuck.

By June 11, 2013

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Six reasons to love, or loathe, autonomous cars

We are approaching a point where cars can drive themselves better than humans, but society will take some time to accept the autonomous car. Here are six reasons why I want autonomous cars now.

By May 8, 2013

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Impossible-to-kill plant and other Mother's Day gifts

Mother's Day is nearing, but instead of scrambling for one of the typical, rehashed gifts, why not go high-tech? CNET's Sumi Das shares a roundup of clever ideas for mom.

By May 6, 2013

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Google laptop shows Apple a thing or two

Google's Chromebook Pixel has two killer features that MacBooks don't. Maybe it's time for Apple to rethink the MacBook concept.

By February 23, 2013

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White House confirms 'spearphishing' intrusion

Official confirms report by veteran Pentagon reporter Bill Gertz saying hackers linked to China's government "broke into one of the U.S. government's most sensitive computer networks."

By October 1, 2012