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All the news from the annual Google I/O event, including the latest on Android.
The Chinese handset maker begins selling its dual-core phone online with version 1.3 of Mozilla's Firefox OS for $100.
That's an awful lot of gaming goodness for a sawbuck. You'll need a Steam account to download these two Editors' Choice-winners.
Start exercising your palms now -- fresh reports suggest Samsung's making a gigantic mobile for later this year.
Google is spreading information about the DNSChanger malware, but for some the warnings may persist even after removing the malware.
With still more than a week to go before it even hits shops, the Samsung Galaxy S3 has been pre-ordered over 9 million times.
Speakers that break the reality barrier are extremely rare, but that's exactly what the Raidho C 3.1 does.
Huge news day today, with Google's I/O presentation packing about a day's worth of news into a single hourlong presentation--and this is just the first day. We wonder whether Honeycomb, Ice Cream Sandwich, and Chrome OS can exist in the same world, and whether the music labels will ever again get a seat at the table. Plus, why Microsoft bought Skype, cellphones getting disaster notification texts, and the New Yorker comes to the iPad. --Molly
Short on HDMI ports? For less than the price of a single HDMI cable at most stores, you can get three of them, plus an auto-switchbox for port-starved TVs.
Sony's new entry-level interchangeable-lens camera delivers some nice enhancements in a more compact body. The company also plans new lenses and accessories, as well as a firmware update to bring a couple of new capabilities to existing NEX models.
This Creative Live Cam is new, not refurbished, and it's fully compatible with Windows 7. Just make sure you get one before they're gone.