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Tinke brings wireless health tracking to Android

With its sensors, Tinke users can track four wellness factors -- and do so at rest, when they can measure their true fitness.

By Jan. 5, 2014

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Lego is a tool of Satan, says priest

Citing research from New Zealand and his own observation of Lego's Zombie characters and Monster Fighters, Poland's Father Slawomir Kostrzewa warns that children are being led into a world of death and darkness by the formerly lovable toy.

By Apr. 1, 2014

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Is climate change related to solar fluctuations?

The sun and climate change--what's the real connection?

By Feb. 21, 2008

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Lamborghini unveils 610hp Huracán luxury super sports car

The replacement for the Lamborghini Gallardo finally arrives with more power and tech, but less weight.

By Dec. 20, 2013

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Talk on Twitter corresponds to higher TV ratings

A new Nielsen study shows a correlation between people tweeting about a certain TV show and an increase in that show's ratings.

By Mar. 20, 2013

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What mattered on Sunday at CES 2014

The show hasn't even started yet, but the gadget news is already flooding in at CES. We sum up the most interesting tech innovations we saw today.

By Jan. 5, 2014

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Microsoft revs speedier, smarter speech recognition for phones

Using a novel method that mimics brain functions, Microsoft researchers say they've doubled the speed at which speech is recognized and results are returned. They've also improved accuracy by 15 percent.

By Jun. 17, 2013

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Motorola contributes over $1B to Google, but still a drag overall

Google reported $1.25B in revenue from its newly acquired business unit Motorola. But Motorola still lost $233 million during the quarter with about $192 million coming from its mobile business.

By Jul. 19, 2012

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So is Verizon's 'More Everything' plan a good deal?

The answer, just like the new plan, is complicated. CNET breaks it down for you.

By Feb. 13, 2014

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Cyberattacks triple in 2012, Akamai says

China remains the largest culprit, with 41 percent of fourth-quarter observed attack traffic originating in the country, up from 33 percent in the third quarter.

By Apr. 23, 2013