Each week, we round up some of the most thoughtful comments from the CNET community. Here are some of this week's best.
Likely bringing a collective sigh of relief, the social network announces it's changing its algorithm to ensure click-bait articles aren't so prominently featured.
Tim Dodd bought a spacesuit, and used it to create awesome images of an astronaut doing everyday things like mowing the lawn and ironing.
A data scientist studied how the vocabularies of popular hip-hop artists stack up against the Bard. The results are awesome.
We usually stay clear of celebrity gossip, but hearing about James Franco getting caught inviting a 17 year old to his hotel room on Instagram is too oily to ignore. We'll also tell you about the genius marketing strategy of Wu-Tang's next album and why it's well worth 5$ million, the reason you should steer clear of Harvard's library, and what it looks like to physically enter someone else's social media feed.
Network equipment makers and consumers want faster Net access, but network operators have a tough time justifying the investments. Small cells, micronodes, and content cooperation could help fix that.
Avegant CEO Ed Tang stops by with a prototype of the company's Virtual Retinal Display, which uses micromirrors and advanced optics to project a stunning 3D image directly onto the retinas of the wearer.
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Move over, Oculus Rift: Avegant's next-gen "virtual retinal display" projects images directly into your eyeballs. CNET's Tim Stevens checks out the prototype, and gets all the details from Avegant CEO Ed Tang.
Top 5 iPhone 5S alternatives, Avegant's Virtual Retinal Display prototype, and get ready for Apple's October 22 iPad event!
Apple sits up top of the global PC market, but No. 2 Lenovo is beginning to ship more tablets, says market researcher Canalys, which includes tablets in its calculations.