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WrestliLeaks: Reddit poster reveals WWE results in advance

A Reddit contributor decides to use the forum to progressively reveal the alleged future results of WWE fights. Oddly, his predictions are eerily accurate.

By July 19, 2013


Tech CEOs say the darndest things

With his comment that tablets will soon die out, BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins is just the latest to offer a bold prediction about the future of technology. Will he be the latest to blow it?

By April 30, 2013


Guess who'd like to 'throttle' AT&T now?

AT&T customers are a decidedly unhappy lot after hearing about policy change on throttling data speeds for subscribers with unlimited data plans.

By March 1, 2012


Will Sandy Bridge issues delay new Apple MacBooks?

If Sandy Bridge laptops are delayed, what does that mean for Apple's next MacBook Pros?

By January 31, 2011


Has Twitter peaked?

Numbers from three different sources suggest that Twitter traffic is down. Is this the beginning of the end, the end of the beginning, or something in between?

By November 22, 2009


Hands-on with the Gear4 StreetParty III

It by no means produces a sound that'll do anything less than annoy audiophiles, and it's no living room hi-fi replacement. But it's fine for the upcoming summer festivals.

By June 18, 2008


Hands-on with the Gear4 StreetParty III: Festival's friend

Gear4's new StreetParty 3 arrived at Crave just in time for us to play Will Smith songs through it, and we've got some first impressions to share with you about this £30 festival-ready iPod speaker system

By June 18, 2008


The 'lords of baseball' strike out

CNET News.com's Charles Cooper says the league's threat to sue Slingbox would enflame fans who only want to watch their teams play ball.

By June 1, 2007


Canon EOS 40D: No points for predicting the obvious

You don't have to be Nostradamus to work out that Canon would like to launch an EOS 40D this spring. The interesting question is whether it will offer something new.

By January 25, 2007


My life with Scooba

CNET News.com reporter Michael Kanellos lets the floor-scrubbing robot loose in his house--and gets clean linoleum and lots of laughs. Photos: At home with Scooba

By October 31, 2006