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The iPhone 5 rumors culminated today, 12 September, with Apple's announcement of the iPhone 5 with bigger screen and 4G LTE. Read CNET's iPhone 5 coverage.
The new Apple TV is at the forefront of Apple's push to control the living room. We discuss the market with CNET Reviews editors John Falcone and Matthew Moskovciak.
Not content to feed you just one screen of entertainment, content and app developers are working on apps that make your tablet or smartphone a companion screen to the main event. Join our discussion on the rise of the "second screen."
What does Mountain Lion mean for consumers, businesses, and Apple? And what does it tell us about the future of the OS in general? Rafe Needleman talks with Josh Lowensohn and Brian Chen.
LightSquared was supposed to save us from the bandwidth crisis. But the $4 billion startup stalled out when the FCC withdrew approval to use the spectrum it bought. Here's what it means.
With guests Owen Thomas and Brooke Hammerling, I look at how tech companies deal with failures and errors: Apple, Google, Facebook, Airbnb, and most recently, Path. How can you recover? How do you prepare?
Facebook plans to raise $5 billion in an IPO. What will Facebook do with the money? This week on the Roundtable, Rafe discusses Facebook's future with Josh Constine from TechCrunch and Shervin Pishevar from Menlo Ventures.
Reuters has reported that Google is leaning on app developers to use its payment-processing service rather than rival offerings, although the company says that its policy has not changed.
A source told Bloomberg that the buyer Google announced earlier this week in a regulatory file was actually Credit Suisse.