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From a Tesla design flourish to a zombie app and a shoulder-saving keyboard folio, members of the CNET crew share some of the technology they're most grateful for this Thanksgiving season.
This scanner teams with Evernote to scan and organize your photos, documents, receipts, and business cards.
This ScanSnap has Evernote organizational technology built in, but it's probably too expensive for most shoppers.
Too busy to take your phone out of your pocket? Check out the Samsung Galaxy Gear, a smartwatch that lets you take calls and snap photos without touching your phone.
Just as new Roku set-top boxes go on sale, Target Ticket gives consumers yet another option for downloading digital movies. Also, Twitter pushes emergency alerts and Evernote plays with Post-It notes.
Evernote 5 for Windows brings a simple design and features to making browsing and searching faster.
It's time to start filling up that backpack again with the most necessary back-to-school supplies: a laptop, tablet, and smartphone. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on some other useful gadgets to help kick off the school year.
The company rolls out its latest desktop app with a redesign, shortcuts, and, for premium users, related searches.
Imagineers from around the world submit funny images of how they think Jony Ive's new design ethos -- seen in iOS 7 -- would affect the world.
Awards recognizes the apps deemed by Apple to be particularly well-designed, including submissions by students.
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With plenty of top-notch retailers offering digital gifts, you still have time to salvage your gift-giving reputation.