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Old-school computer lovers will be happy to know that the Commodore VIC-20 is coming back. Only this time, it won't run simple programs; it will run Twitter.
Think it's just Shatner out there in ad space, plumping for Priceline? Actually, there's a long commercial track record for "Star Trek" stars, from Nimoy to Quinto.
Your home's tunes controlled by a wave of the hand or a voice command? It could happen, and the big-thinking Swede believes his music service could be the soundtrack to that very plugged-in vision.
This week marks 30 years since the Commodore 64 was unveiled to the world and we look at the most successful single computer's career highs and lows.
More than 29 years after the introduction of the original iconic home computer, a new iteration of the company is putting out an all-new version of the C64, updated, of course, for 2011.
45 Minutes on IM: CNET sits down for a dissection of songs like "My Girlfriend's a Hacker"--and to find out how a Cincinnati programmer became one of the most popular geek rappers around.
Too busy planning your vacation to the world's first robot theme park to keep up with Crave this week? Here's what you missed while you were booking a flight to Incheon, South Korea.
We interview one of the physicists looking for the Higgs boson at CERN. He talks to us about what it's like working at the geekiest place on Earth -- stand by for science!
q&a From puzzles and chess to ciphers and antivirus software, Zulfikar Ramzan talks about how he got into the computer security business and where it's headed.
The world's most famous hacker talks about how his teenage quest to hack his cell phone led him to break into corporate networks, spend three years as a fugitive, and ultimately landed him in jail.