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Lumo Lift, a digital reminder to stop slouching

Straighten up. Quit slouching. Do it with the Lumo Lift, a clip-on gadget that keeps tabs on your how bad (or good) your posture is.

By January 9, 2014

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Apple stock slouches toward $500, near February lows

Apple's stock continues its recent declines, dropping nearly 4 percent in a day, and reaching prices around which it hovered in mid-February.

By December 14, 2012

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The 'entry-level' Android smartphone is no slouch

The entry-level Android smartphone from 2012 could outclass last year's high-end device. Be careful, though; the devil is in the details.

By September 4, 2012

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Were you ever 'blown away' by sound?

Before multitasking, sound was a big deal, so it was easier to be blown away by it.

By April 9, 2014

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Samsung top cell phone maker, though Apple's no slouch

Samsung is outshining Nokia and Apple in mobile phone sales, but the iPhone maker saw its global market share more than double, says Gartner.

By May 16, 2012

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Is eyeing your iPhone a pain in the back?

A UK survey indicates that a large number of young adults are now experiencing back pain because of what is being dubbed their iPosture.

By October 3, 2013

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Windows 8 Blue update illustrated with a leak of Fresh Paint

Microsoft is improving its touch interface for Windows 8, with an apparently leaked video showing new touch features in the Blue update.

By March 21, 2013

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High-tech tank top doubles as yoga coach

Fitness and fashion technology come together in Move, a body-tracking garment that can tell when you're slouching and when you're stretching.

By May 7, 2012

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This Day in Tech: Hacking laptop batteries; Tesla to reveal Model X electric SUV

Too busy to keep up with the tech news? Here are some of the more interesting stories from CNET for Thursday, August 4.

By August 4, 2011

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IT pros would take salary cut to telecommute

Survey from online job site Dice found that a sizable chunk of IT pros surveyed would accept a 10 percent salary cut for the opportunity to telecommute.

By April 20, 2011