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Funn Magazine claims to be the "world's first holographic magazine." It's turned to crowdfunding to help pay for its first issue, but is it worth the price of admission?
Ashley discusses an augmented-reality-enhanced print magazine and explains why a robot laser snake might be good for fixing pipes in tough places.
With a wave of your smartphone or tablet, the pages of Funn Magazine reveal a new dimension of imagery. The futuristic publication is now raising funds on Kickstarter.
This holiday season is loaded with magic: a new "Star Wars" film, Disney's updated Infinity video game and scores of hot tech gifts for the gadget hounds in your life.
"I love the cover; I think it's great."
Automated phone spam is hard to kill, but there are steps you can take to stop these calls on your landline and on your smartphone.
In the third edition of our quarterly magazine, we look at how you can spend your summer getting fit and having fun. And to celebrate 20 years of covering tech, CNET highlights the most notable people, companies and gear that changed our world.
A special edition of Vienna-based Vangardist seeks to get people talking about HIV and AIDS, but at least one reader "was too scared to pick it up."
After a successful Kickstarter campaign that raised $5.4 million, Reading Rainbow starts a new chapter with the Web-based version of the popular kids' TV series. "Star Trek" actor and Reading Rainbow co-founder LeVar Burton takes us inside to show us how they create the content and talks about what inspires and motivates him after all these years.