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AOL's Propeller changes look, algorithm

AOL's social-news site continues to change identities. Will this latest shift cast off some of its most hard-core users?

By Jul. 22, 2008

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Netscape's Digg clone to relaunch as Propeller

Netscape.com is on its way to being a portal page, so what's happening to their Social networking site? It will soon relaunch as Propeller.com.

By Sep. 12, 2007

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Netscape's Propeller quietly launches, tries to ignore Digg news

Propeller, Netscape's rebranded social news site, is alive and spinning.

By Sep. 19, 2007

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Netflix takes a jab at Amazon with 'Drone 2 Home' spoof video

In a satirical YouTube video, the on-demand DVD video service announces that a "fleet of high-tech drones will deliver your disk to you within mere seconds of you adding it to your queue."

By Feb. 25, 2014

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Drone deliveries get off the ground in Dubai

The United Arab Emirates plans to deliver official documents via 18-inch, four-propeller, unmanned aerial drones that come equipped with fingerprint and eye-recognition security systems.

By Feb. 10, 2014

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Aboard the ship that launched a thousand ocean liners

Road Trip 2011: In Bristol, England, the SS Great Britain is a reminder of a transformational age when, for the first time, sailing across oceans became an attractive thing for the rich to do. And those seeking their fortunes as well.

By Jul. 6, 2011

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When the Wright brothers and their 'flying machine' were new

The aviation industry started in Dayton, Ohio, and today, the city cherishes that history. CNET's Daniel Terdiman visited as part of Road Trip 2013.

By Jul. 9, 2013

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Amazon delivery drones edge closer to reality

CEO Jeff Bezos tells shareholders that the company already flight-tested several generations of unmanned aerial vehicles and is in the design phase for future generations.

By Apr. 10, 2014

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Amazon testing 'octocopter' package-delivery drones

Need a delivery fast? Amazon Prime Air might someday get a package to you within 30 minutes, via octocopter. Jeff Bezos says so.

By Dec. 1, 2013