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Apple stole my tagline, says NY street artist

James De La Vega claims "You are more powerful than you think" is his line that's been appropriated for the iPhone 5S.

By May 13, 2014

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Motorola logo gets a makeover -- and a 'Google company' tagline

Google dumps decades-old red button "M" badge for logo that sports a rainbow of colors encircling the familiar "M."

By June 26, 2013

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T-Mobile pegs Uncarrier 7 on Sept. 10, a day after iPhone event

T-Mobile is hoping to draft behind Apple's event on Sept. 9, but don't expect any direct connection to the upcoming iPhone.

By August 29, 2014

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Netflix uses Emmys to say: We're now, TV is then

During the Emmys broadcast, Netflix runs ad featuring Ricky Gervais and says that it's "The Entertainment Of Today."

By August 25, 2014

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Vexed in the city: Welcoming new techies with a middle finger salute

The new era of dot-com fortunes spurs plenty of angst aimed at San Francisco's most privileged, but it hasn't stopped tech workers from moving in.

By August 23, 2014

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Tiyo: Press one button to get out of awkward situations

You'll never have to fake a phone call again. Tiyo, an "eject button for social situations," will call your phone for real at the push of a button.

By July 15, 2014

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Sony hints at new phone with front flash for better selfies

The electronics giant will give us the full picture on Tuesday, promising that you'll "see your selfies in a whole new light."

By July 7, 2014

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Revealed: The new electric Harley

After yesterday's tease, Harley-Davidson unveils Project LiveWire -- the first electric Harley. The firm's promise: New sound, same feeling.

By June 19, 2014

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Samsung's colorful tablet event: Join us at 3:30pm PT Thursday (live blog)

The Korean electronics giant plans to show off its newest device, and CNET will be on hand to bring you news, photos, and commentary via our live blog..

By June 9, 2014

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Origami unfolds a new world of shape-shifting electronics

Researchers are using the geometry of paper folding to come up with futuristic antennas that can retract and compress.

By May 22, 2014