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iTunes head Cue and Beats' Iovine: Apple will put Beats on steroids

Eddy Cue, Apple SVP of Internet software and services, also says Apple in 2014 has the "best product pipeline" he's seen in 25 years.

By May 28, 2014

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Big, street-legal Little Tikes car is your childhood on steroids

The classic Cozy Coupe kiddie car gets reborn as a working, full-size car, complete with no windshield.

By January 30, 2014

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'Iron Man' on steroids: Step into a working 'Appleseed' Mecha

A working, wearable Japanese exoskeleton gets bulked up, thanks to some inspiration from a popular manga series.

By January 30, 2014

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Corvette C7.R is a Stingray on steroids (pictures)

Pratt & Miller's C7.R racer also made its debut in Detroit this year, sitting next to the new 2015 Corvette Z06.

8 Images By January 14, 2014

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Marshall Hanwell: An 'iPod' speaker on steroids

Let's face it, itsy-bitsy or even large tabletop Bluetooth speakers can't rock out, but the 23-pound Marshall Hanwell speaker delivers the goods.

By September 11, 2013

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Amped Wireless RTA15 is a router on steroids

CNET editor Dong Ngo proves that it's not long or short but the quality that counts with the new RTA15 High Power Dual Band AC 700mW Wi-Fi Router from Amped Wireless.

By August 23, 2013

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13.3-inch Sony tablet is like Etch A Sketch on steroids

Perfect for handwriting or sketches, the large but lightweight Digital Paper notepad is just over a quarter of an inch thick and weighs just 12.6 ounces.

By May 20, 2013

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A demo pitch that resonated: 'We're Siri on steroids'

At Y Combinator demo day, the pitch is this: you never need to look at your phone at all, so driving and texting really is safe.

By March 27, 2012

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Twitter's embedded tweets, now on steroids

Twitter said today that embedded tweets will now feature a wide range of content, including photos, videos, article summaries, and more.

By January 22, 2013

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Monetization on steroids: Facebook's $100 experiment

If the United States Treasury can play around with the idea of minting a $1 trillion coin, can Facebook charge $100 to message its co-founder?

By January 11, 2013