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A tour of Amazon's touch-based Kindle Store for the iPad

The retail giant's new Kindle Store Web site for the iPad brings a touch-enabled experience to finding and buying your favorite e-books.

By January 11, 2012

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Otellini: Windows 8, touch-based ultrabooks a pair

At the Intel Capital Global Summit, CEO Paul Otellini spells out how important touch is to Windows 8-based ultrathin notebooks in 2012.

By November 15, 2011

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Like stroking beards? Find furry faces with the Bristlr app

Having Movember withdrawals? Fancy facial hair? Bristlr app wants to connect bearded men to those attracted to them.

By December 19, 2014

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Friday Poll: Do you want in-flight cell phone calls?

A recent FCC vote improves the chances for in-flight cell phone use, but not everybody is thrilled about the possibility.

By December 13, 2013

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Josephmark: the Australian architects of the new Myspace

The Brisbane design studio tasked with rebuilding Myspace talks to CNET Australia about its vision for giving Myspace its sexy back.

By January 15, 2013

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Smartphones for world travelers (roundup)

Traveling overseas? Check out some of the latest smartphones that can keep you connected to home while you're away.

By October 7, 2011

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Pasta made perfect

The Pasta Vision cooks pasta in a matter of minutes, making dinner a quick fix.

By October 19, 2009

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You're fired -- literally: Ten evil tech companies we'd invest in

We've seen some staggering corporate irresponsibility lately, but RBS can't hold a candle to the evil tech companies of fiction. We've run ten of our favourites up the flagpole to see who salutes

By March 27, 2009

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Angel investor Ron Conway to portfolio: Cut expenses now

The story is the same as in 2000 and 2001: raise money by cutting costs.

By October 8, 2008

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Black Hat says 'canceled' Apple talk never existed

A talk on vulnerabilities in the encryption within Apple FileVault was never submitted, according to officials of the security conference. But researcher Charles Edge begs to differ.

By August 6, 2008