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The one iPhone 5 feature I want the most (video)

It's not 4G or a microSD slot or even inductive charging. The ultimate iPhone 5 is the one depicted in this concept video.

By Sep. 11, 2012


Eureka! Engineers aren't empathetic because they can't be

Research suggests that analytic thought is impaired by empathy, just as empathy is impaired by analytical thought. Who'd have thought?

By Oct. 30, 2012


RIM's vaunted security a selling point no longer?

RIM talks a big game when describing its tight mobile security, but is this feature still relevant?

By Jan. 23, 2012


How do I keep my iPhone from overheating on a long road trip?

CNET reader Meghan asks Sharon for her advice on keeping her iPhone cool during a long road trip to Comic-Con. Here's what she suggests.

By Dec. 31, 2012


White House: There is no evidence aliens exist--yet

Two petitions, motivated by President Obama's "We The People" initiative, receive official responses that the government has no credible evidence of little green people and that there have been no cover-ups.

By Nov. 6, 2011


Can ads make Google and YouTube more attractive?

Some Web sites have a more basic design, one created purely for function. But as the Web evolves beyond mere function, is it possible that ads can help sites become more attractive?

By Oct. 21, 2009


Windows Phone Mango: First impressions

CNET takes a closer look at Microsoft's upcoming Mango update for Windows Phone.

By May. 24, 2011


How to improve your Android app search

There are too many Android apps out there to keep track of these days, especially if you're using your device to search for them, but there are better tools to help you quickly and easily find the best apps for your needs.

By May. 27, 2011


X-ray artist's amazing images reveal hidden beauty

British photographer Nick Veasey creates "X-rays" of everything from toys to gadgets to Boeing 777 jumbo jets. The process involves far more than simply pushing a button.

By Jan. 16, 2012


Lakers tickets? Celtics? Trust the math

SeatGeek exists to forecast how much you should pay for tickets to sold-out sports events. Now, it's branching out to help season ticket holders sell at the right price.

By May. 20, 2010