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CNET heads to San Diego for Comic-Con, America's pre-eminent entertainment geekfest.
The video site's engineering masters earn an Emmy award for processing and delivering the vast majority of the Internet's streaming videos.
Aussie music streaming-service Guvera offers unlimited mobile and web listening for free to its users. We chat with Guvera's general manager for more insights into the deal.
ICS is rolling out for Samsung's Galaxy S2 -- but is it that different? Natasha takes a look at some of the new features in this video.
Google's Chrome browser has landed on Android in beta -- bringing tabs, syncing, gesture controls and more to Ice Cream Sandwich phones.
Welcome to part two of our feature on switching to Mac, where we'll tackle keyboard shortcuts, text editing, file management and more!
Amazon's new tablet has its own browser that helps load pages quicker. The bad news? It means Amazon knows your every click.
The Google Maps Android app adds easier check-ins and new photo-taking features for Google Places, as well as handy public transport directions for visitors to London.
With its new Page Speed Service, Google will rewrite your Web page and host it on its own servers. Unlike previous efforts to speed the Web, this one isn't free.
New service exploits copyright loophole by playing DVDs on its own DVD players, and streaming you the output. Think of it as a wall of Slingboxes, available for rent.
Tablets, smartphones, and TVs--oh my! At its Max conference, Adobe will show off results of work to retool its products for computing devices beyond just personal computers.