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Google Doodle honors author John Steinbeck

The author of such classics as "Of Mice and Men" and "The Grapes of Wrath" would have been 112 on Thursday.

By February 27, 2014


Notting Hill Carnival app arrives on iOS and Android

The official Notting Hill Carnival app for iOS and Android will help you find your way around this year's event, and locate the toilets.

By August 24, 2013


CNET's iPhone series and why we decided to write it

commentary Jay Greene traveled to China to trace how an iPhone is made and ultimately recycled. We hope he got you thinking about how all consumer electronics are made.

By September 27, 2012


Tougher policing of internet, TV, radio, print not a bad thing

I've been reading through the Federal Government's cure for insomnia and the media — the Convergence Review — for a little while now, and although it's great to see that the powers that be recognise the need for a media watchdog with a little more bite, I'm not holding my breath for any changes to be made anytime soon.

By May 17, 2012


Foxconn fiasco not Apple's finest hour

commentary Apple will likely emerge from the Foxconn dust-up relatively unscathed but it hardly covered itself in glory.

By March 30, 2012


Apple's supply chain: A portrait of a Foxconn factory worker

The Fair Labor Association's report on Foxconn's working conditions provides a nice composite sketch of your average Apple supply chain worker.

By March 29, 2012


Why Google should merge with Goldman Sachs

After each company receives a stinging rebuke from a departing employee, might a meeting of these two great corporate minds reap huge dividends?

By March 18, 2012


Apple factory's Wall-E robots and suicide nets revealed

Apple's factories where iPads and iPhones are born have opened their doors to cameras for the first time.

By February 21, 2012


Apple suspends iPhone 4S sales in China after egg-throwing attack

iPhone 4S sales are halted in China after one store was pelted with eggs when it told waiting customers that it would not be selling the new phone as scheduled, according to reports.

By January 13, 2012


Boom mobile money service helps spread the wealth

The service, set up by m-Via, allows migrant workers in the U.S. to set up a mobile bank account and more cheaply send funds back to people in their home country.

By November 15, 2011