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How much Google can you take?

With the apparent downgrading of Google+, is there a small lesson for Google in looking in the mirror and considering whether it tries to overwhelm people just a little too much?

By April 27, 2014

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Obama: We're building Iron Man

With so much going on, you might have missed it this week. But President Obama revealed details of this secret project and promised to "blast off" himself.

By March 1, 2014

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Path looks to pocket more cash by putting stickers in comments

The addition of stickers to the private social network's feed should expose the expressive extras to more buyers.

By July 9, 2013

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Improve your Facebook experience on Android with Fast for Facebook

Tired of the slow and buggy Facebook app on your Android device? Try this alternative.

By June 4, 2012

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'Charlie Brown Christmas' pops up on iPad

Developer Loud Crow has crafted a digital pop-up book based on the classic TV holiday special. Available at the App Store, the Android Market, and the Amazon Appstore, it features narration by Peter Robbins, the original TV voice of good old Chuck.

By November 19, 2011

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Celebrating 60 years of 'Peanuts'

Road Trip at Home: On Saturday, the famous cartoon turns 60 years old. CNET's Daniel Terdiman visited the Charles M. Schulz museum to check out its classic archives and new exhibits.

By October 2, 2010

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Google removes Street View of kissing couple?

A Street View image of a couple enjoying their first, very chaste kiss appears to have been removed by the company.

By June 12, 2010

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How Google Earth got a dumper arrested

After a man decides to dump a one-ton boat in a Florida subdivision, police turn to Google Earth to try learn where the boat might have come from.

By March 31, 2010

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Snoopy does the iPod

Special-edition Peanuts player for the holidays

By December 12, 2006

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Obama's new BlackBerry: The NSA's secure PDA?

RIM's BlackBerry may not be certified by the National Security Agency to handle top-secret material, but a PDA-phone called the Sectera Edge has been. Its operating system: Microsoft Windows Mobile.

By January 13, 2009