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Pudding Monsters

Pudding Monsters offers a fun and quirky twist on the age-old concept of puzzle games, but until it gets more levels, opt for the free version.

December 21, 2012

4 stars Editors' rating December 21, 2012

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Playing with your food: Pudding Monsters (pictures)

Pudding Monsters slip, slide, and sludge their way through the playing field to combine forces and fend off raging appetites.

9 Images By December 21, 2012

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Cut the Rope creators' next game: Pudding Monsters

The developers of one of the top mobile games announced a new casual game in which people combine wobbly puddings to take on an evil dessert-eating man.

By December 4, 2012

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The Pudding: Eavesdropping to sell you stuff

The start-up, launching at DemoFall '07, will analyze phone conversations in order to provide contextual ads.

By September 24, 2007

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What makes the Microsoft Surface tablet different? (poll)

Can Microsoft distinguish itself in the tablet market? It seems to be off to a good start, but proof is in the pudding.

By June 24, 2012

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CNET Live: March 12, 2009

It's the Brian Tong show, with co-hosts Bonnie Cha, Donald Bell, the new iPod Shuffle, and a chocolate pudding pie.

March 12, 2009

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Whisking, the hands-free way

Without constant stirring, gravy, pudding, and other tasty treats can turn into lumpy messes. With Stirr, the hands-free whisk, though, you can turn your back with no worries.

By November 19, 2008

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Office for iPad: It's arrived!

Microsoft has released its highly anticipated Office suite for iPad, a freemium app that lets everyone view documents but grants Office 365 subscribers full editing capabilities.

By March 27, 2014

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Glance accessory aims to turn regular watches into smart ones

A small clip-on accessory aims to add a bit of smartness to a regular watch. But how smart, exactly?

By June 3, 2014

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ViaMichelin X-950: Hit the road, Jacques

Having indexed maps for every street in the country just isn't enough these days, and ViaMichelin's new X-950 sat-nav system will even tell you what's for pudding at the nearest three-star restaurant

By March 14, 2006