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training

Editors' Take

Adidas MiCoach Smart Run

The first high-end fitness watch from Adidas is packed full of features, but can it compete in a sea of wearable devices?

By Dec. 17, 2013

MSRP: $400.00

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Why more people are training their cell phones on police

A police officer tries to stop a man washing his car in his own driveway. If it wasn't filmed on a smartphone, few would believe it.

By Dec. 22, 2013

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Free tech training from the experts

New CNET members get 10 days of free software, creative, and business skills training at lynda.com.

By Jul. 9, 2013

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Airbnb hires hotelier to lead host hospitality training

The company's new head of hospitality Chip Conley is known for his Joie de Vivre boutique hotels, and he wants to set new standards for Airbnb listings.

By Sep. 17, 2013

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iPad pooches: Tablet training goes to the dogs

School for the Dogs' iPad-training classes are catching on as a novel way for humans to bond with their dogs, despite having to clean slobber off touch screens.

By Aug. 23, 2013

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14 days of free tech training from the experts

New CNET members get free software, creative, and business skills training at lynda.com.

By Aug. 16, 2013

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Pictures of the Week: Twitter, tech masterpieces, and training for space (slideshow)

Twitter goes public, India goes to Mars, and now you can train to be a space tourist -- these are the best pictures from the week in technology.

7 Images By Nov. 9, 2013

Review

Pantech Flex (AT&T)

Its bargain price tag will help prospective buyers overlook the Pantech Flex's weaknesses, and those seeking Android Ice Cream Sandwich with training wheels will find its optional easy mode appealing.

By Sep. 13, 2012

3.5 stars Editor's rating Sep. 13, 2012
Editors' Take

Runtastic (Android)

The Runtastic suite of fitness training apps is on display as a finalist in the Mobile Apps Showdown at CES 2013.

By Jan. 10, 2013

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With Skillfeed, Shutterstock aims to rework online training

The stock-art company hopes to profit by connecting makers of instructional videos with professionals who'll pay $19 a month to watch them.

By May. 29, 2013