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The Android era: From G1 to KitKat

Android 4.1 Jelly Bean further fragments the OS as many handsets wait to update to Android 4.0. CNET weighs in on how far the Android OS has come and where it's going.

By July 2, 2012

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How to self-publish an ebook

Interested in self-publishing an e-book? CNET Executive Editor David Carnoy offers some basic tips for e-book publishing and lays out your best options for publishing quickly and easily.

By June 1, 2012

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Apple doesn't want iPad used in bed as iOS 4.2 ditches orientation lock

We're starting to think Steve Jobs doesn't want you watching your iPad in bed, as Apple ditches the handy orientation lock in favour of a function we can't think of a single use for.

By October 25, 2010

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Which game console should you buy?

Let CNET help you decide which home video-game console is best for you.

By November 23, 2011

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Apple releasing iOS 4.2 today

The update brings features to the iPad that hit the iPhone and iPod Touch last summer and "makes the iPad a completely new product," says Apple CEO Steve Jobs.

By November 22, 2010

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Hands-on with iOS 4.2 Gold Master

As we wait for the full release of iOS 4.2, CNET dives into some of the updates and new features for the iPhone 4 and the iPad.

By November 18, 2010

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Rumor: iOS 4.2 waylaid by Wi-Fi bug?

Apple's iOS 4.2 update, due in November and purportedly as early as today, may have been postponed by a Wi-Fi connectivity glitch affecting the iPad.

By November 12, 2010

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iOS 4.2 turns iPad's screen lock into volume switch

The developer build of iOS 4.2 brings with it a handful of changes, one of which changes some hardware functionality users may be accustomed to.

By September 15, 2010

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CES: Motorola reveals iPad-rival Xoom tablet

Motorola's Xoom boasts more features than the iPad and will run the new version of Google's Android OS.

By January 5, 2011

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Feds hint at charges for WikiLeaks' Assange

The U.S. government indicates WikiLeaks spokesman Julian Assange could be in legal jeopardy for disclosing classified information because he is "not a journalist."

By December 8, 2010