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Will Microsoft bring Cortana to iOS and Android?

Microsoft contemplates whether to bring its Cortana personal digital-assistant technology to non-Windows platforms. Are the tradeoffs worth it?

By June 13, 2014

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Samsung SMX-F50 standard-def camcorder announced

If HD isn't for you, Samsung's got a tiny camcorder it'd like to sell you.

By January 5, 2011

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Samsung SMX-K40 and SMX-K44: When is an HD camcorder not an HD camcorder?

The Samsung SMX-K40 and SMX-K44 camcorders were announced today, but we wouldn't believe a word of it if we were you

By July 14, 2009

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Samsung SMX-C20 and HMX-M20 mini camcorders: Don't lose them

High-definition camcorders are getting pretty wee these days, and the SMX-C20 and 1080p HMX-M20 manage to be both small and comfortable to hold

By January 20, 2010

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Samsung SMX-C14 and SMX-C10 camcorders--photos

Samsung's SMX-C14 and SMX-C10 add to the company's standard-def camcorder lineup and feature the company's Active Angle Lens.

5 Images By April 29, 2009

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Report: Google Panda update 2.2 coming soon

Google plans to release another update to its algorithm to address sites that republish content and place higher in results than original sources, Search Engine Land says.

By June 9, 2011

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Samsung SMX-F34 camcorder

The Samsung SMX-F34 is a serviceable inexpensive standard-definition camcorder, but the money goes more to storage and the megazoom lens than to video quality.

August 26, 2009

Review

Samsung SMX-F34

The Samsung SMX-F34 is a serviceable inexpensive standard-definition camcorder, but the money goes more to storage and the megazoom lens than to video quality.

By August 24, 2009

3 stars Editors' rating August 24, 2009

MSRP: $329.99

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Samsung HMX-R10, SMX-FX34: SD and HD in your pocket

Samsung has debuted two new pocket camcorders at CES 2009, the HMX-R10 for high definition and SMX-FX34 for standard def

4 Images By January 9, 2009

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Google mulls blend of education, search

It's easy to find millions of data points using search services like Google. It's harder to turn that data into knowledge and ideas without educational guidance.

By March 3, 2010