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What is HbbTV?

Hybrid Broadcast Broadband TV is on its way to Australia in the form of FreeviewPlus, but what is it, how do you get it, and why should you care?

By April 21, 2014

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B&N rolls out 1.5 firmware update for e-ink Nooks

Barnes & Noble is now offering a major firmware update--version 1.5--for its Nook e-reader that offers feature and performance enhancements.

By November 22, 2010

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Top 5 custom ROMs for the HTC One X

Not sure which ROM to run on your HTC One X? Check our five of our favourites.

By December 20, 2012

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As sink Nook sales, so slumps B&N's fiscal health

Revenue in Barnes & Noble's Nook division hit $316 million, down 26 percent compared to the prior year, as the unit's losses balloon to $190.4 million.

By February 28, 2013

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iPhone 5 so far: One road warrior's two-week test

The iPhone 5 doesn't exactly have busy CNET reporter Brooke Crothers pining away for his 4S. But there have been one or two issues.

By October 6, 2012

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MacBook EFI updates fix battery problems

Firmware updates address a rare issue that could prevent booting for systems with excessively used batteries.

By January 30, 2013

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Microsoft's got the hots for Nook

Microsoft joins forces with Barnes & Noble, LG competes with iCloud, and Dell says there's big demand for the XPS 13 ultrabook.

By April 30, 2012

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Get a 50-inch Insignia HDTV for $499.99

It's about as bare-bones as a TV can get, but it also has stellar user ratings -- and ships for free.

By October 29, 2012

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New $199 Nook Tablet to compete with Fire

Company announces new version of its tablet on the same day it posts a profit decline. The new Nook Tablet, with half the memory, shaves $50 off the original's price. Also: Nook Color e-reader is shedding $30.

By February 21, 2012

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Barnes & Noble CEO: We're committed to the Nook

Barnes & Noble's CEO argues that the Nook is "undervalued," and that you shouldn't count out its digital-book business anytime soon.

By January 6, 2012