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Google 'completely wrong' and all you get are Romney pics

In one of the stranger algorithmic occurrences, a simple Google search unearths a very personal and political result. Oh, those pinkos at Google.

By October 10, 2012

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Google Books now finds, defines, translates text

Company beefs up its Google e-books by enabling readers to search for occurrences of a highlighted word as well as call up a definition or translation.

By May 20, 2011

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How to diagnose a Mac that will not boot after updating

On rare occurrences people may find that after updating their Macs the system will not boot. Here are some steps that may help clear the problem.

By January 12, 2011

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Inability to type specific characters in OS X

In rare occurrences, people have found that some keys or keystrokes on their systems do not seem to be working properly. Sometimes they only work in some applications, but other times may not work when specific modifier keys are pressed.

By November 8, 2010

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Free hard drive space mysteriously disappears

On relatively rare occurrences hard drives may incorrectly handle unused space on the drive, resulting in the disk behaving like it's full but still possibly reporting a fair amount of free space available.

By April 7, 2009

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Vizio TVs recalled over topple-prone stands

The recall extends to 245,000 Vizio E-series TVs sold between late 2013 and mid-2014, sized 39 and 42 inches, because of faulty stands that suffer from "risk of tip over."

By August 7, 2014

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Robot 'suicide' after becoming tired of housework?

An Austrian cleaning robot allegedly immolates itself on a kitchen hotplate. Because, you know, housework.

By November 13, 2013

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California thinking may backfire for Google's new self-driving car

Commentary: Google is a leader in self-driving cars, but its new, steering-wheel -free model may not resonate globally.

By May 28, 2014

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Take-home test may detect early signs of Alzheimer's

Counting quarters and naming animals are part of a quick written test that could help determine if you may be prone to Alzheimer's disease.

By January 14, 2014

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Cute Tokyo Metro posters remind commuters to behave

Passengers might think twice before blaring music, sneezing on strangers, or falling asleep drunk on the subway with these charming posters spotted in Japan.

By January 13, 2014