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The exercise bike that races via the Web September 7, 2007 Connect the Ergo Bike Premium 8i to the Internet and compete with cyclists around the world for head-to-head races.Photos: The Ergo Bike Premium 8iVideo: Web-enabled exercise bike packed with tech
Week in video: The power of the Web April 25, 2008 The Internet took the video spotlight this week with coverage of the Web 2.0 Expo and a spot in the new documentary Google Me.
Automatic shifting for bikes does the job March 15, 2007 CNET News.com's Stephen Shankland takes Shimano's tech for a spin. And though it's geared for beginning bikers, the auto shifter wins over this longtime cyclist.
Apple retail stores get new look September 13, 2006 Two new East Coast stores will reveal a revamped design when they open Sept. 23. But details so far are scant. Photos: Apple's Fifth Avenue look
Apple's iPod Touch and iPhone slap September 6, 2007 Sure, the iPod Touch (with Wi-Fi), revamped Nano and ringtones for the iPhone are cool. But the iPhone price cut sure ruffled feathers.
EarthLink's woes put free muni Wi-Fi in peril August 31, 2007 EarthLink says it can't afford to foot the bill to build citywide Wi-Fi networks, jeopardizing cities' plans to provide low-income residents with affordable broadband.
Biofuels find a following April 24, 2007 Demand for eco-friendly transportation is driving innovation in both fuel and automotive technologies.
University probes possible data breach April 4, 2007 Personal information of about 46,000 may have been compromised in server breach at data center for University of California at San Francisco.
Zune moving at slow tempo November 14, 2006 In downtown San Francisco, anyway, Microsoft's just-launched music player certainly wasn't flying off the shelf--if it was even on the shelf.
Week in videos: CEOs aplenty October 28, 2006 Between Steve Ballmer, John Chambers and Larry Ellison, chief executives stole the video show this week.
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