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The computer maker takes a page out of the playbooks of home shopping networks, and live streams a product demo on Walmart's Web site.
An enterprising eBay seller offers the much-rumored 32GB Nexus 5 for $650 even though the phone has yet to be confirmed.
Finally, a Windows 8 machine that'll feel at home on other planets. As part of a "Star Trek Into Darkness" tie-in, Acer launches a limited-edition "Trek"-themed version of its ambitious Aspire R7.
Netflix's family plan allows for more simultaneous streams, applications open for a one-way ticket to Mars, and changes at Facebook and Foursquare take a page from Yelp.
Written in 1954, the "God letter" expresses the renowned physicist's feelings on religion, Judaism, and the existence of a supreme being.
A review of online comments and communities finds many iOS users enjoying better battery life, though some say the problem persists.
Google seems to be aware of an unfortunate search quirk that brings up an insulting word when surfers enter the term 'define an English person'.
Fancy breakfast with Christian O'Connell? A botox outing with Ruby Wax? Bagging Alexa Chung's, er, bag? You'll be wanting to place a bid for Twit Relief then.
Some users are finding that after updating to iTunes 10.1, their music is playing entirely in mono sound.
If it weren't for smart automated processes and powerful computers, Google wouldn't exist. That doesn't mean individuals aren't shaping Google search results.