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A competition to create the Ultimate Urban Utility Bike inspires a sweet, high-tech ride that improves on the urban biking experience.
After digging inside the Aspen Time Tube, archaeologists find the treasure they were looking for: the mouse Steve Jobs used before the time capsule was buried in 1983.
Buried, and lost, in an Aspen field in 1983, the 13-foot-long tube contained, among other things, the mouse from Jobs' Lisa computer. Now, thanks to the TV show "Diggers," it's been found.
The senior class president at a Wichita high school is suspended for suggesting that his school isn't all that at sports. Just that. No cursing. No incitement to violence.
commentary The usability expert branded Microsoft's new operating system "disappointing." But his approach would lead to the kind of incremental improvements that have dogged Microsoft for years.
The spoils of owning a 3D printer get even sweeter now that you can create a pair of working headphones.
New York is about to get a lot more scannable, thanks to a law passed by the City Council earlier this month requiring restaurants and bars to post QR codes that lead to more details about health-code infractions. This plus 3D-printed headphones, a device to call your Mom after a bike crash, and a jacket that gives you a hug every time someone "Likes" your Facebook post on today's episode of CNET's The 404!
Blogger who wrote about the "lost" Steve Jobs speech said a time capsule with Jobs' Lisa mouse was buried in Aspen, Colo., in 1983. It has never been found.
The Apple co-founder proved that design is a key business strategy for the 21st century. It's something that many other executives are still trying to figure out.
Americans arrested but not convicted of some crimes would be likely to have their DNA forcibly extracted and added to an FBI database, according to new legislation.