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Magnetic fields make wireless charging a whole lot cooler (hands-on)

Soon, we'll see a type of wireless charging that will let you power up a whole lot of devices at once, from an ordinary surface. CNET sat down with Qualcomm for a hands-on look.

By February 26, 2015

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Laptop buying guide

The most important things to know when shopping for a new laptop, hybrid, or Windows tablet.

By November 27, 2013

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TV Buying Guide 2015

CNET breaks out the most important things to know when shopping for a new television.

By January 31, 2014

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Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter

The Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter faces some serious competition in the form of the Chromecast and Roku sticks, but could find a home with travelers and business people who rely on Windows 8.

By October 24, 2014

3.5 stars Editors' rating October 24, 2014
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LG to ship just one new 4K OLED model, and many 4K LED TVs, in spring

LG is the first major TV maker to officially announce pricing and availability for its 2015 lineup, rolling out a 65-inch 4K OLED for $9,000 and four series of 4K LED sets, starting at $1,400.

By February 26, 2015

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Fund this: A Bluetooth adapter for your favorite wired mouse or keyboard

Before you spend money on a Bluetooth mouse or keyboard, why not recycle your existing gear with this handy adapter?

By February 5, 2015

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USB Type-C hands-on: It's here and it's great

At CES 2015, USB Implementers Forum demoed USB Type-C, while MSI announces its first gaming laptop and motherboard that support this new connection standard.

By January 5, 2015

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Get a leave-in 32GB USB 3.0 flash drive for $15.99

This impossibly tiny drive barely sticks out of a USB port, so you can leave it there all the time. Great for storage-strapped laptops!

By February 6, 2015

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Tomorrow Daily 135: Biodegradable robots working in your body, the Godzilla Hotel and more

John Hopkins University scientists are currently working on what they're calling "micrograbbers" made of hydrogel and stiff polymers. Someday, they hope to send these tiny objects into your body to perform procedures that might otherwise be invasive.

By February 25, 2015

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Microsoft's first flagship Lumia better impress...or else

What we want out of the first Lumia phone with Microsoft's name attached isn't rocket science. It's for the company to give those entry-level specs a break.

By February 9, 2015