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Smartphones Unlocked: A closer look at software updates

Why do software updates for smartphones take so long? Well, turns out the testing process can get pretty complex. CNET editor Bonnie Cha explains in her new monthly column, Smartphones Unlocked.

By July 4, 2011


Would e-mail transform Facebook, or vice versa?

Adding real e-mail to Facebook has the potential to transform either the social network or the venerable Net communication technology. How open might it be?

By November 12, 2010


Gateway updates desktop line with new all-in-ones

Gateway revamps its desktops for the holiday shopping season, including a new all-in-one design

By September 29, 2010


Baby bot on way to becoming archery champ

Italian researchers have programmed an open-source, child-size robot to wield a bow and arrow. And it's pretty damn good at it.

By September 27, 2010


Open-source 'R' gets Hadoop integration

The R programming language is getting a new dose of big data processing by integrating the open-source Hadoop framework.

By August 2, 2010


Pro, con iPad opinions run the gamut

There is little middle ground in opinion for and against the Apple iPad.

By April 11, 2010


Consultants urge Wal-Mart to regress

Wal-Mart not customize? It's like telling fish not to swim.

By October 21, 2007


Gartner: Some risk, minimal savings with Oracle Linux

Oracle isn't making much of a dent in Red Hat's Linux business, perhaps because its support and cost advantages may be overstated, according to Gartner.

By August 7, 2009


Will Windows 7 be finalized next week?

Microsoft has said that work on the OS should be done by the end of the month, but some enthusiast sites think it could happen as early as July 13.

By July 6, 2009


Linux Silverlight implementation goes live

Lead developer announces the full release of Moonlight 1.0, part of the Novell-led Mono project.

By February 12, 2009