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For three (Martian) years, NASA has been collecting images of heart-shaped features on the Red Planet. Here they are, just in time for Valentine's Day.
Don't drown in candy hearts this year. Instead, raise your geek shields and call on the powers of "Game of Thrones" and Etsy to protect you.
All right, ladies and gents, Valentine's Day is a week away. This year, update classic, go-to gifts with some hot pieces of tech. CNET's Kara Tsuboi has some high-tech recommendations that just may be right for your sweetheart.
This over-hyped holiday might land you in the dog house for the rest of the month if you show up empty handed or get her one of these dangerous devices.
If you want to impress your sweetheart on Friday, or just spend a bunch of money trying to, Uber lets you write a message in the clouds.
In an alluringly batty piece of research, online shopping experts Ebates claims, for example, that tablets are more popular with those born under Fire signs. While smartphones are a Water sign of love.
Guys, don't let another Valentine's Day pass you by. From Wi-Fi-connected light bulbs that set the mood, to an easy DIY gift that'll have her beaming, Sharon Vaknin's got the tips to make February 14 a day your significant other will never forget.
Google's Valentine's doodle features candy hearts. When you click on each one, you can listen to a love story from very real people indeed from "This American Life."
The social network wants everyone to know that it's not too late to send little trinkets to loved ones.
Forget about flowers, if you've got a melody maniac on your list, think outside the box (of chocolates). No, we don't mean the obvious MP3 player or a music-download gift card -- CNET's Kara Tsuboi suggests some fancy headphones or a membership to an archived-concert service.