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The 404 Show 1645: CES 2016 wrapper with Katie Linendoll (podcast)

Another CES in the books means it's time to wrap-up the Consumer Electronics Show. We're joined by Katie Linendoll to help us break it all down, from single-passenger drones, to VR to driver-less cars.

By January 15, 2016

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How to buy the best convertible

Convertibles are all about fresh air, fun and freedom. Here's how to find the one that's right for you.

By January 29, 2016

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OpenCandy brings the bucks to desktop software

Software installation wrapper OpenCandy argues that it's still lucrative to make desktop apps and points to one billion installs as the proof.

By January 10, 2013

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LG pops out improved Magic Motion remote

LG has taken the wrapper off its newest Magic Motion remote that will be bundled with 2013 televisions; it now includes gesture recognition and a greater selection of controls.

By December 19, 2012

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Clumsy Case protects your iPad from clumsy kids

This soft foam wrapper should keep your tablet safe from even the most destructive toddler.

By October 12, 2012

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RoboWrap ready to revolutionize silverware wrapping

Watch out restaurant workers. This autonomous silverware wrapper can perfectly bundle utensils at a respectable speed.

By April 30, 2012

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Burger King's secret cameras stun customers

In an intriguing twist on its "Have it Your Way" strategy, Burger King in Brazil secretly takes customers' pictures and prints them on the wrapper of their own individual burger.

By March 18, 2010

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Phone makers target the safari set

Motorola's latest luxury handset features a faux snakeskin wrapper.

By December 4, 2007

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MediaWrapper 2.1.2; Secure FTP 1.6.2; Still Life�2.0.3; Folder Icon X 1.5; ThreadTracker 0.8.6; more

MediaWrapper 2.1.2; Secure FTP 1.6.2; Still Life 2.0.3; Folder Icon X 1.5; ThreadTracker 0.8.6; more

By March 28, 2003

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Microsoft drawn into new browser war

As the company takes the wrapper off its new desktop operating system and plunges into its .Net initiative, it faces renewed battles within conquered territory: Web browsers.

By October 26, 2001