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Behind US-China cyberspy tensions: The view from Beijing (Q&A)

American tech firms are caught in the cross-fire between China and the US over cyberespionage. International politics specialist Shen Yi says this storm isn't likely to blow over soon.

By June 5, 2014

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Eight features that a 5-star GPS navigator should have

As GPS technology improves and manufacturers innovate, we must raise the bar for what counts as an "outstanding" navigator.

By May 10, 2013

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Why one shutterbug sides with digital dorks, not Holga hipsters

The film era still has some life left in it, but for CNET's Stephen Shankland, digital photography's practical benefits far overpower the retro chic of the analog era.

By October 11, 2012

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Transform your Nexus 7 into a car tech powerhouse

With the aid of a few apps (and a bit of self-restraint), the Nexus 7 can become the navigation and media center of your car's dashboard.

By August 1, 2012

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A month after quake, Tokyo is a city of shadows

Continuing aftershocks, darkened shopfronts, and the radiation threat make life in the metropolis a dizzying experience.

By April 13, 2011

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Antitrust fine doesn't change Intel-AMD balance

The $1.45 billion fine will cause headaches for Intel's sales force, but the AMD-Intel war will still be won or lost primarily on the companies' technology.

By May 13, 2009

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Britney ban at Enterprise-Record extended another month

On Thursday, I wrote about how David Little at the Chico Enterprise-Record issued a decree in his Januray 20 column declaring that Britney Spears would go unmentioned for at least an entire month in the newspaper's print publication. After salvaging my e

By February 23, 2008

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Jabra's good looks survive gilding

It avoids fate of fashion victims

By April 26, 2007

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Robo-snakes not on a plane

Samuel Jackson has a new challenger

By January 12, 2007

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PlayStation 3: What's with the watts?

The forthcoming PS3 is apparently as hungry for electrical power as a 3-year-old for hamburgers and fries. While the latter can be sedated, the former is insatiable

By November 1, 2006