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CNET editors offer various and sundry opinions on what to expect at this year's E3 gaming show.
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Taiwan company draws 60 percent to 70 percent of its revenue from assembling iPhones and iPads and working on other Apple products.
Nearly three-fourths of voters have participated in social media in some election-related way, whether it's posting who they voted for or encouraging others to vote. Eighteen- to 29-year-olds have a higher participation level.
The role of the Internet grows every election. Soon its uniqueness will no longer be unique -- and, argues Marc Andreessen, elections will be entirely online.
If Apple revamps its Mac family of computers at its Worldwide Developers Conference next week, here's what we expect to see.
Early crowdsourced prediction puts end of day price for Facebook at $54. So the shares have a ways to go yet.
During arguments over the Affordable Care Act's constitutionality, and its controversial individual mandate, the justices offered a consumer electronics analogy.
I didn't have any howlers. But I was off here and there with the pace of change.
As electronics giant Foxconn prepares to replace workers with more than a million robots, we ask Frank Tobe, editor of The Robot Report, about tips on investing in robot companies.