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The Korean electronics giant is shifting gears again with its troubled mobile operating system. It's now aiming for affordability as a key characteristic of Tizen smartphones.
In this edition of Ask Maggie, CNET's Marguerite Reardon discusses AT&T's new 61 cent wireless fee and explains how carriers can raise prices even when you're under contract.
A key Republican politician alarmed lobbyists trying to update a 1986 electronic privacy law by suggesting a data retention requirement should be attached. Then his aides said he misspoke.
Sony launches the Xperia X and a 4K OLED TV, as robot tanks with lasers roam the halls on press day at CES 2013.
No strings attached! Just set up a new account and presto -- 10 movies that are yours to keep. The titles include "Lethal Weapon," "Psycho," and "Behind Enemy Lines."
But the U.S. Justice Department seems certain to oppose the privacy-enhancing requirements, part of legislation introduced today by Rep. Zoe Lofgren.
An e-petition has been launched to make the father of modern computer science, Alan Turing, the new face of the £10 note.
An Internet outcry forced Rep. Lamar Smith to delay a vote on SOPA. Opponents of Smith's ISP snooping bill are hoping they can repeat the process.
For some, it was a banner year marked by accomplishment and new vistas. For others, 2011 turned into annus horribilis.
A New York dentist is accused of making patients sign away their copyright to negative reviews and then billing a patient $100 a day for posting unhappy reviews on Yelp. The dentist is now being taken to court.