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One day in the future, we might use sensor-equipped action figures like this one out of Japan to create animations.
Brands snap up Viacom's Twitter video-ad slots for the "MTV Video Music Awards," and the media giant starts prepping more for Comedy Central's roast of actor James Franco and more than 30 other programs.
Telefonica Germany fires its American supermodel spokesperson after she declares that the West erred in backing anti-Gadhafi rebels.
Facebook has created a booming app economy that's made plenty of developers rich. It's also forcing a lot of them to lose sleep.
Now that I've lived with both, I can safely say that I prefer a smaller, more affordable tablet.
Dell killed Adamo earlier this year when its take on the luxury laptop didn't resonate with customers. Now it's back with a more moderate take on a more wallet-friendly thin notebook.
Does Samsung's LED XL2370 live up to the hype?
This year's annual look-at-ladies-in-bikinis issue will also feature a rentable 3D video special--if you have Sony gear in your living room.
CNET UK tests the four-door sedan, finding it fast, and big enough to transport three Russian supermodels and an Ikea gun rack.
Designed to look like an average Japanese woman, an awkward girlbot named HRP-4C will make its catwalk debut at a Tokyo fashion show.