The E3 gaming conference and Apple's WWDC put many rumors to rest, but as expected, a few new ones popped up. Also, Samsung could beef up its Galaxy Note lineup, and an analyst predicts you'll be wearing an iWatch by the end of the year.
In the end, a jury found that a broad selection of Samsung devices infringed on Apple's patents. Here's the full list.
Apple unleashed a mess of product news this week, yet a lot of them we knew about ahead of time. CNET breaks down the good, the bad, and the ugly.
Yahoo has begun to consider bids for part or all of the company. Its would-be suitors range from big tech investors to the Chinese portal Yahoo helped nurture.
Now that the dust has settled and we know the real details of the iPhone 4S, we look back at some of the claims that were made in the months leading up to the event to see what the rumor mill got right--and what it didn't.
WWDC 2011's keynote is in the can, and we know all the details on iCloud, iOS 5 and Mac OS X Lion. CNET takes a look at how the pre-show rumors panned out.
Finally, the wait is over. We know just about everything there is to know about Apple's "magic" tablet, the iPad. So let's go over some of the rumors that led up to its release to see just how right, or wrong, they turned out to be.
CNET's trio of gaming experts offered their predictions of what we'd see at E3 2009. Now that the show is ending, how'd they do?
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Just before E3 began, CNET editors weighed in with their predictions. Now that the show's over, let's see how they fared.