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F-U-N-D-E-D: Silicon Valley bets $100M that computers can help you look good

Beauty and fashion startups hope to edge out the local mall by creating software that learns and anticipates what people want to wear.

By September 18, 2015


Audi A7 vs. BMW 640i Gran Coupe: CNET On Cars Episode 1

In the inaugural episode of CNET On Cars, host Brian Cooley compares two big German luxury coupes, takes you inside Direct Injection tech, and runs down the Top 5 most powerful cars you can afford.

By September 4, 2012


Hackers go wild: An overview of recent incidents

Several hacking groups have been taking aim at companies and government organizations, and posting their findings on the Web. Here's a look at what's been happening.

By June 3, 2011


NTT DoCoMo recalls cell phone batteries

Exploding-battery problem hits cell market as Japanese mobile operator recalls lithium ion batteries used in some handsets.

By December 8, 2006


Intel updates chips for handhelds

The chipmaker is altering the specs of its XScale processors so devices will be better able to incorporate additional features, such as Wi-Fi connectivity and integrated cameras.

By March 24, 2003


Intel's new 3D tools take flight on PDAs

Fancy a flight simulator on your cell phone? Intel reaches for the skies with its new GPP developer toolkit for the XScale chip, paving the way for better 3D graphics on mobile devices.

August 30, 2002


Microsoft unveils wireless strategies

The software company announces several new efforts to bring wireless capabilities to devices using its operating systems.

By February 19, 2002


Intel to showcase networking, servers

The chipmaker will reveal what it's been up to lately at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco. What's hot on the agenda? More McKinleys "than ever seen before."

By February 13, 2002


Compaq readies release of new iPaq

Compaq Computer will announce that it will begin shipping two iPaq handhelds using the new version of Microsoft's Pocket PC software.

By September 18, 2001


Intel, Symbian to team on gadgets

The companies are joining up to recruit software developers and hardware manufacturers to build devices with their respective technologies as competition for wireless alliances rolls on.

By August 21, 2001