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John McAfee brings his 'Where's Waldo' act to Portland

After his deportation to the U.S., the peripatetic software millionaire says he's had it with the sun -- for now.

By January 11, 2013

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'Where's Waldo' for techies

Brands spotted at the International Space Station

By December 11, 2006

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Giant Lego snow globe contains London skyline

A UK Lego genius builds an elaborate version of London landmarks inside a massive snow globe that snows on demand.

By November 18, 2013

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Android 4.3 spotted on HTC One Google Play edition

The next version of Android appears among the specs for Google's stock version of the HTC One.

By July 8, 2013

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Voice recognition will make touch obsolete, Intel exec says

Intel Senior Vice President Mooly Eden tells CNET that other forms of "perceptual computing" will change computing as we know it. And they may not be as far away as they seem.

By January 8, 2013

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NSA tracks hundreds of millions of cell phones worldwide

You can add location tracking to the surveillance activities carried out by the secretive US agency, The Washington Post reports. And though the NSA says Americans aren't targets, data on some does get sucked up.

By December 4, 2013

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PCs of the near future: Intel lays out next-gen plans

Intel's press conference at CES 2013 points us to what's on tap for later this year, showing Haswell, table-top computing, and perceptual computing.

By January 7, 2013

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Will Retina-ready iPad apps explode in size? Not necessarily

The display on Apple's new tablet is pushing new size records, but is it doing the same to the sizes on apps made just for it?

By March 15, 2012

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Single misplaced '&' caused latest IE exploit

Microsoft blog admits extra ampersand led to security bug exploited by hackers since early July.

By July 29, 2009

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AntiSec hackers post stolen police data as revenge for arrests

Hackers say they attacked more than 70 U.S. law enforcement agencies, and they publicly post 10GB of data as proof--including personal info on police officers and data from an anonymous report-a-crime system.

By August 6, 2011