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What are NASA's secret recipes for feeding hungry astronauts when they're in orbit? CNET Road Trip 2014 bellied up to the space agency's Food Lab to find out.
An earlier version of this story misidentified SOCKS. SOCKS, at its simplest, is a way to transfer data from one computer to another through a proxy. This story was also updated to clarify the Tor browser bundle.
Tor's famous for anonymizing your Internet activities and infamous for being a pain to use. Debuting at Black Hat, the Tortilla tool smooths out some of the global network's rough edges.
The Nostalgia Electrics TSM-100 Tortilla Bowl Maker may not be perfect, but it does make tortilla bowls.
Too many tablets to track? Don't get Samsung's system? CNET editor Donald Bell tackles the task for you.
Google buys Motorola Mobility! Once we figure out that it's not actually a joke, we grabbed News.com senior writer Maggie Reardon to help break it all down for us. Upshot: patents, patents, and more patents, and a war with its hardware partners. And also, a sea change in the entire industry. So, no big deal. Also, Anonymous rides to war with San Francisco's subway system over free speech, and we're with Anonymous. And did Apple's amazing Photoshop skills kill Galaxy Tab sales in Europe? The plot thickens.
These baking pans let you bake more healthful versions of taco faves.
We got our hands on the HTC Salsa, a good-looking mobile with a special Facebook button -- but it faces social-networking competition from the affordable INQ Cloud Touch.
With the Bistro Flatbed Toaster, you can toast just about anything, no matter whether it fits in a normal toaster.
Deni Rotating Pizza Oven features a rotating base that keeps food moving as it cooks.