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Yale Real Living Touchscreen Z-Wave Deadbolt

If you're looking for a higher level of convenience from your lock, but you don't want to pay monthly fees, then you'll want to give this deadbolt your consideration.

By Nov. 22, 2013

3.5 stars Editor's rating Nov. 22, 2013
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Real Racing 3

Even with the freemium model, Real Racing 3 still holds the crown as best racing game on a touch screen.

By Feb. 28, 2013

4 stars Editor's rating Feb. 28, 2013

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KitchenAid 5-Speed Diamond Blender Review

If you're looking for a blender that can multitask and do more than just make smoothies, but don't want to shell out a lot of money, the KitchenAid 5-Speed Diamond Blender is a great option.

By Oct. 28, 2013

3.5 stars Editor's rating Oct. 28, 2013
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Samsung KN55F9500 Real OLED TV

After a false start in 2012, Samsung shows it's getting serious about OLED technology by announcing another 55-inch set, the N55F9500 Real OLED TV.

By Jan. 7, 2013

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Oppo N1

With its swiveling camera mount and high tech specs, the Oppo N1 is easily today's most innovative smartphone that most people haven't heard of.

By Dec. 23, 2013

4 stars Editor's rating Dec. 23, 2013

MSRP: $574.00

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Sony Cyber-shot QX10

The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-QX10 might be a fresh take on a point-and-shoot camera, but the design ends up being a bit more trouble than it's worth.

By Oct. 2, 2013

3 stars Editor's rating Oct. 2, 2013
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CarMD Vehicle Health System

The CarMD Vehicle Health System turns up very limited data compared with the cost of the device, and it offers few real features.

By Oct. 12, 2012

2 stars Editor's rating Oct. 12, 2012

MSRP: $119.85

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The Walking Dead: Assault

With its impressive controls and gameplay, The Walking Dead: Assault offers a zombie-themed strategy game that is easily worth the $2.99 download cost.

By Jul. 29, 2013

4 stars Editor's rating Jul. 29, 2013

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Is this a real RoboCop?

The K5 robot, developed by Sunnyvale, Calif.-based Knightscope, is designed to be a surveillance robot for law enforcement, private security firms, schools, and anything else looking for an extra set of eyes and ears on the ground. The 5-foot, 300-pound robot can roam autonomously, sending back real-time data about an area with technology that does facial recognition, lidar mapping, and 360-degree video. CNET's Kara Tsuboi got a closer look at what makes the K5 robot tick.

By Dec. 9, 2013

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NASA's real 'Gravity' photos

In honor of "Gravity" winning the Oscar for best visual effects, the American space agency posted a gallery of many shots that could have inspired the hit film.

14 Images By Mar. 2, 2014