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HTC One back on shelves as legal appeal succeeds

The Court of Appeal has granted a stay on Nokia's injunction against HTC's devices in the UK, meaning it can carry on flogging the One.

By Dec. 12, 2013


Google, HP yank Chromebook 11 from store shelves

The companies say they're "pausing sales" of the device on reports of chargers damaged by overheating, and offer advice for those who already own a Chromebook 11.

By Nov. 13, 2013


From silver screen to store shelves (pictures)

We went through the tons of products we've reviewed recently at CNET and grabbed a handful that were in the realm of science fiction movies not that long ago, starting with the Leap Motion, which CNET's Scott Stein (the lucky guy) got to get his hands on. Or above.

8 Images By Jul. 22, 2013


Home theater tech soon to hit shelves

Spring ushers in a new wave of home theater gadgets, and we've rounded up the most interesting products slated for release.

7 Images By Mar. 31, 2013


Sony's 4K TV media player to land on retailer shelves July 15

The company is now taking orders for the $699 media player, which offers ultra-high-resolution content for Sony 4K TVs -- but only Sony's.

By Jul. 1, 2013


LG G Pad 8.3 hits Korean store shelves, North America next

The device comes with an 8.3-inch HD display and a 1.7GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor.

By Oct. 7, 2013


Microsoft Surface hits John Lewis shelves this weekend

The Microsoft Surface is in shops at last. It hits shelves at John Lewis this weekend and the website today.

By Dec. 14, 2012


Apple shelves AppleCare warranty product in Italy

Apple is no longer selling its AppleCare warranty add-on service in its Italian retail stores where consumers already get two years of warranty.

By Nov. 13, 2012


Apple quietly shelves Chomp app search tool

Less than a year after acquiring app search tool Chomp, Apple quietly kills off its mobile app and any traces of its Web site.

By Oct. 1, 2012


3D motion tech gets closer to store shelves

Leap Motion is sending out thousands of developer kits in the next two months. And that means gesture technology will soon be right under your fingertips.

By Oct. 1, 2012