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Startup Secret 42: No time like the present. I mean, future. No, past.

It's easy to tell if you're late to market, and very hard to tell if you're too early. But it's still better to be early.

By March 5, 2012


Startup Secret No. 13: No time like the present

If the company you helm is growing nicely and has a mature management team, it might be time for you to move on.

By December 22, 2011


On Google+, police present a portrait of crime

Mugshots on the photo-friendly Google+ create an inadvertent portrait gallery while showing what the police in San Jacinto, Calif., are up to.

By December 2, 2011


Ford presents unified tech vision in Evos concept

The Ford Evos concept not only shows off a new design direction, but encapsulates a number of other technologies, from power train to connected cabin electronics. The Evos will be shown off at the 2011 Frankfurt auto show.

By August 30, 2011


Analysts: 'iPad 3' display presents a challenge

The type of high-resolution display expected to be used by Apple in the next version of the iPad is not easy to manufacture. So analysts believe there is little chance that a major upgrade to the iPad, an iPad 3, will appear this year.

By August 16, 2011


Motorola's Android devices: Past, present, and future

Google's acquisition of Motorola might be all about the patents, but what does it mean for Moto's handset business?

By August 15, 2011


Adobe says Flash CPU issue not present in Lion

Correcting a claim made earlier this week that its Flash Player was missing hardware acceleration in Lion, Adobe now says that result came from a test build of the new OS.

By July 22, 2011


How to give presentations with a PlayBook

RIM's BlackBerry PlayBook tablet makes a mean little tool for giving PowerPoint presentations. CNET's Donald Bell shares some tips and tricks for presenting with the PlayBook.

By May 5, 2011


From scooters to servers: The best of Launch, Day One

Rafe's top picks from the big startup conference include a service to help you get financial aid, one to get you in shape, and cloud storage company with no servers.

By March 7, 2012


With the new iPad, Apple yawns

If you're disappointed with what the new iPad has to offer, Apple won't mind. Its challenge isn't this product, it's the next one. (Hint: It's two letters long.)

By March 7, 2012