Too busy to keep up with the tech news? Here are some of the more interesting stories from CNET for Wednesday, June 22.
The Sync system could ultimately interpret what drivers are looking to do by understanding the meaning of words and phrases they say and then coaching them to correctly complete tasks.
Apple scores broad patent on touch screens
Patent describes how a touch screen is used to interact with contents on a display. And given Apple's recent history with patent lawsuits, it could prove to be another tool in litigation.
Report: Apple launching new iPhone in September
Citing unnamed sources, Bloomberg says that Apple's new iPhone will launch in September with a faster processor and better camera.
Retailer joins the rush to the cloud, offering customers a way to store their iTunes-accessible music online and listen to it from their PCs, tablets, and smartphones.
Are Hulu leaks intended to boost sales price?
Various reports about a secretive, proposed acquisition of Hulu are hitting the media in quick succession. Is someone leaking the news in an attempt to whip up interest in the video service? And what is Hulu really worth?
CNET takes Apple's new pro video-editing software for a spin to test out some of the new features and workflows.
The Silicon Valley start-up hopes people will buy its "light-field" camera that lets them refocus photos after they've been taken.
The man arrested in connection with DDoS attacks against several U.K. Web sites and others has been charged in three separate incidents.
The 1 billion benchmark reported by ComScore marks the first time that a Web site has captured that many visitors in a single month.
THE BOTTOM LINE: The Netgear WNDR4000 makes a very good wireless router for home use, especially with Wi-Fi clients that support the 5GHz band.
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The Velocity Micro Cruz T301 Android tablet is a decent, low-priced option for general Web and e-mail tasks, but its bulky size and mediocre screen quality make it a poor choice for e-books, multimedia, and games.
On today's show, we fall in love with Lytro, the game-changing photo technology that we can't wait to get our hands on. Get in line, geeks. Also, will Yahoo buy Hulu? And can we call it Ya-Hulu if they do-do? Plus, Apple scores the broadest patent ever, which makes us wonder if the patent office is even trying anymore, and Shazam is coming to your TV.
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