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iPhone 5 rumor roundup

The iPhone 5 rumors culminated today, 12 September, with Apple's announcement of the iPhone 5 with bigger screen and 4G LTE. Read CNET's iPhone 5 coverage.

By September 11, 2012

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The Android era: From G1 to KitKat

Android 4.1 Jelly Bean further fragments the OS as many handsets wait to update to Android 4.0. CNET weighs in on how far the Android OS has come and where it's going.

By July 2, 2012

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Self-publishing a book: 25 things you need to know

Considering self-publishing a book? CNET's David Carnoy discusses the ins and outs of what it's all about.

By June 13, 2012

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Early reactions to Apple's iPhone news

We scour the Web (including our own live blog of the event) and round up a sampling of comments about Apple's latest iPhone revelations.

By October 4, 2011

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Yahoo bolsters news content with ABC partnership

The pact kicked off today with the companies airing "Good Morning America." Is this a small step toward Yahoo regaining some of its past glory?

By October 3, 2011

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Google News to add 'featured' labels to stories

Google News has introduced a way for news agencies to designate specific stories as worthy of being called out with a "featured" label on the Google News U.S. home page and in search results, according to a report.

By September 24, 2011

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Yahoo News links with Facebook

New opt-in feature delivers a small "facebar" that gives a glimpse into what articles your friends on Facebook are reading on Yahoo News.

By September 22, 2011

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How to restore Facebook's Most Recent news feed

By creating a list, you can bring back your Most Recent news feed.

By September 22, 2011

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Facebook news feed revamp faces backlash

Facebook's retooled news feed is eliciting a wave of criticism from some users. The new version is an effort by the social network to further emulate Twitter's real-time messages and updates.

By September 21, 2011

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Did WikiLeaks cable lead Al Jazeera news head to resign?

Leaked cable suggests Wadah Khanfar had, under pressure from the U.S., modified the network's coverage of the Iraq war. But for now, the link between WikiLeaks and the resignation remains speculative.

By September 20, 2011