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Apple applies for patents tied to security, imaging, flash memory

Several patent applications filed by Apple cover a range of areas, from security to color luminance to flash memory.

By June 21, 2012


Three free services for creating instant Web sites

Google Sites has the most features but takes the most effort. Page-o-rama is ultrasimple and also ultralimited. Weebly is smack between the two, offering a mix of functionality and simplicity that's perfect for casual site makers.

By March 12, 2012


Tap Me aims to improve mobile-gaming ads

A start-up is trying to change the way ads are handled in casual games by making the spots less obtrusive and potentially more viable for the average marketer.

By February 28, 2011


Google News trying to allow for proper credit

Google News is very good about surfacing tons of news stories, but it can be hard to know the original source of a story. A new experiment might help.

By November 16, 2010


Facebook F8: One graph to rule them all

The social network's big announcement at its F8 developer conference is what CEO Mark Zuckerberg calls the "Open Graph."

By April 21, 2010


Google: We're good for journalism

Under fire for being a 'parasite' that's hurting the media business, Google offers a rebuttal in Senate testimony.

By May 6, 2009


The new Zunes in action

CNET News' Ina Fried goes hands-on with the new players, and interviews top Zune executive Joe Belfiore about what's different this time around.

By September 8, 2008


'98 to '08: What we lost along the way

Donald Bell takes a look back at how our listening experience has changed over the past 10 years.

By April 3, 2008


Blinkx makes video previews awesome

Blinkx creates really cool looking wall of video previews. You can make an embeddable wall based on keywords.

By February 1, 2007


Dumpster-diving with Google at RSA

Dumpster-diving with Google at RSA

By February 15, 2006