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Windows in the CNET Smart Home treat themselves

Exploring smart shades and blinds, and if they fit into a smart home.

By February 6, 2016

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Best smart home devices of 2016

From smart locks to smart lights, we've reviewed all kinds of connected home products this year. This category is growing rapidly, but here are our favorites so far.

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How CGI and old-school trickery created two towering Tom Hardy performances in one film

Cinematographer Dick Pope reveals the mix of new-fangled and classic filmmaking tricks that created Hardy's award-winning dual role in gangster movie "Legend".

By February 1, 2016

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GM and the delicate dance of automotive cybersecurity

How General Motors is staying ahead of the cybersecurity curve -- without making itself a target.

By February 1, 2016

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The Go LA app will show you all the ways to reach your destination

Whether it's public transportation, ride sharing or just a bicycle, Go LA will get your across Los Angeles by any means necessary.

By February 1, 2016

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Hellblade dev diary explores intricacies of movement and control

Ninja Theory shows how motion capture was used to bring Senua to life.

By January 31, 2016

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Get a Micro 3D Printer and 5 filament spools for $399

From the Cheapskate: Normally $449 with just one spool, this is a great starter package for anyone new to 3D printing.

By January 26, 2016

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Short Take: Secure Computing secures $22 million Post Office deal

San Jose, California-based Secure Computing has been awarded a four-year, $22-million contract with the U.S Postal Service to handle its Security Infrastructure Plan, as well as recommend technologies and products. Secure Computing provides enterprise-wide network security solutions to financial services, telecommunications, aerospace, manufacturing, and other hi-tech industries, as well as government agencies.

February 3, 1999

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Short Take: Radnet names new president and CEO

Groupware company Radnet, which recently underwent a reorganization and layoffs, has named a new chief executive and president. David Scult, who recently joined the company as senior vice president of sales and service after a ten-year stint at Lotus, succeeds Don Bulens, who is stepping down following a loss in his family. Radnet says the company has refocused on meeting demand for large-scale, enterprise-wide, collaborative Web solutions using WebShare.

By December 5, 1997