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Nintendo touts Wii U's tablet-like controller in new U.K. ad

The commercial shows off the way in which the GamePad interacts with the console, as well as some of the games coming to the hardware.

By October 22, 2012


Nintendo loses bid to take control of WiiU.com

The domain is being used by its owners to sell ads and to allow search related to Nintendo, its consoles, and games.

By July 1, 2013


Top U.S. arms control official to talk tech and global security at SXSW

Undersecretary of State for Arms Control and International Security Rose Gottemoeller will talk with CNET's Daniel Terdiman about how the public can use new technologies help combat the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction.

By March 6, 2013


U.N. confab puts focus on control of the Internet

Starting today in Dubai, a U.N. conference will become the battleground for opposing sides to argue over new Internet regulation proposals. Meanwhile, Google joins the fray.

By December 3, 2012


Samsung Profile SCH-R580 (U.S. Cellular)

The Samsung Profile is a decent entry-level messaging phone for an affordable price.

December 17, 2010

3 stars Editors' rating December 17, 2010

MSRP: $39.99


U r bias: Top 10 tech troll catchphrases

From 'how much did X pay you for this?' to 'slow news day?' -- all keyboard heroes' pet phrases are belong to us.

By May 18, 2012


Nintendo unveils Wii U Pro Control, Miiverse social network

Nintendo took to the stage at E3 in LA to show off new controllers and a social network for its Wii U console.

By June 4, 2012


New Wii U control surfaces online, then is yanked

A picture of a new controller for Nintendo's upcoming games console appeared online, but was then swiftly taken down.

By May 20, 2012


Samsung SCH-R330 Stride - red (U.S. Cellular)

The Samsung Stride is an affordable entry-level flip phone for U.S. Cellular customers.

May 18, 2010

3 stars Editors' rating May 18, 2010

MSRP: $29.95


Free-trade pacts export U.S. copyright controls

Agreements with Colombia, Panama, and South Korea also specify that citizens can choose computer applications of their choice, but "subject to the needs of law enforcement."

By October 14, 2011