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Ep. 1437: Where we need to use your can

One man's social battle against the Subway sandwich Twitter account, an app that overtakes your ears, a toilet-sharing service called AirPnp, and Kuerig announces DRM instant coffee.

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Best ebook readers: Top deals in the UK

Take a look at our roundup of the finest ebook readers on the market, across a range of prices.

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Kobo Aura: Better design than Kindle Paperwhite's -- but not a better e-reader

Kobo has done a nice job with the design of its $149.99 Kobo Aura e-reader, but the display quality and built-in light don't quite measure up to the Kindle competition.

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Most anticipated tech of 2013 (pictures)

From the PS4 to the (presumed) iPhone 5S, here are the most anticipated gadgets of the year.

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Tune into this episode to hear how you can win $404 in our Comic-Con 2013 SuperWeakness contest! Today's rundown also includes a discussion of Jay-Z's business strategies, the real wealth of popular hip hop artists, and a creepy smartphone app that lets you see what you'd look like with plastic surgery.

Ep. 1301: Where we're beyond reasonable doubt

Tune into this episode to hear how you can win $404 in our Comic-Con 2013 SuperWeakness contest! Today's rundown also includes a discussion of Jay-Z's business strategies, the real wealth of popular hip hop artists, and a creepy smartphone app that lets you see what you'd look like with plastic surgery.

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The webcomic "Scatterlands" is now available in a digital collection from Image Comics.

Walking Dead publisher drops DRM

The third-largest comics publisher after Marvel and DC, Image Comics decides that it's time to ditch digital rights management on its books.

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Ep. 1297: Where we shoot the moon

As we look forward to the upcoming 4th of July weekend, we'd like to offer a piece of advice to our listeners: if you own a gun, don't shoot it in the air. Not just out of respect for your neighbors, but also because the police are using new technology to pinpoint the source.

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Ep. 1288: Where we put our toys on ice

Justin's back in the studio and brings a Mexican food report from the beaches of Southern California. We'll also peek at the toys making headlines at Comic-Con 2013 and discuss Microsoft's Xbox One reversal.

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<p>Microsoft on Wednesday announced a big change: its upcoming Xbox One console wouldn't need to check in online every day in order to function, nor would the company be restricting how users could sell and trade games to other people.
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<p>All this came after considerable backlash, not just from users, but from the press and its rivals, who knocked the company for restricting things too tightly. 
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<p>This isn't the first change of heart for a technology company, let alone Microsoft. Read on for 12 others.</p>

The dirty dozen: 12 tech mulligans (photos)

Microsoft's backpedaling on DRM restrictions for its upcoming Xbox One is not the first reversal from a tech giant. Here are 12 others.

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Microsoft's Xbox DRM reversal not the first: 12 tech mulligans

Microsoft's backpedaling on DRM restrictions for its upcoming Xbox One is not the first reversal from a tech giant. Here are 12 others.

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E3 2013: Predictions and prognostications

CNET editors offer various and sundry opinions on what to expect at this year's E3 gaming show.

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Will Verizon ever sell a Samsung Galaxy S4 with more storage?

In this edition of Ask Maggie, CNET's Marguerite Reardon offers insight on the storage constraints of the Samsung Galaxy S4, and explains why there's no legal recourse against a carrier who refuses to unlock a phone -- even when it's out of contract.

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