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Smarter driver: The roots of road rage

Road rage seems to have become a thing lately, but it's actually as old as driving. Maybe our camera'd-up society just brings it to the surface more. CNET's Brian Cooley explores and defuses.

By June 23, 2014

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Woz on Beats: Apple's 'getting back to some cool roots'

Steve Wozniak, the outspoken Apple co-founder, also says in an email to CNET that he's worried Beats is just a fad.

By May 28, 2014

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Nokia X rooted, gets Google Play access and Google Now

Nokia's Android-powered X mobile has been rooted, giving it full access to the Google Play store and Google Now.

By March 2, 2014

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Nokia returns to its roots with its 220 candy bar phone (pictures)

With a small screen, an alphanumeric keypad and the simplest features around, the Nokia 220 is a retro wonder. Check out the slideshow for a closer look.

7 Images February 24, 2014

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Yahoo reportedly returning to roots in search tech

The Web giant will shift some of its focus back on algorithmic search and search advertising with the help of two new initiatives, reports Recode.

By January 31, 2014

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Two ways to enable the root user in OS X

While rarely needed, the root user can be enabled to give full and unrestricted access to an OS X system for troubleshooting purposes.

By January 16, 2014

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Vine plants video roots on Windows Phone

The 6-second video app Vine finally shows up in the Windows Phone app store and is available to download now.

By November 12, 2013

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Windows is 30, so we salute its quick and dirty roots

C:\happy-birthday.exe! Windows is 30, so meet MS-DOS, the quick and dirty cornerstone of Microsoft's software empire.

By November 11, 2013

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How to easily root an Android device

Free Windows utility Kingo Android Root makes it a snap to take total control just about any Android smartphone. Here's how to use it.

By October 18, 2013

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Marc Andreessen is rooting for Microsoft, thinks you should too

Redmond finds an unlikely advocate cheering for its success in the smartphone wars: Marc Andreessen, whose Netscape once upon a time was done in by Microsoft and the IE browser.

By September 5, 2013