Apple stores are places of worship. People go there to touch, to stare, to bow, and to buy. And to pray that their chosen product is in stock. Every... read more »
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You can now see opinions from your Google Hotpot friends in your regular search results. (Credit: Google) Google users who've tapped into the comp... read more »
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Sergey Brin, speaking to reporters at Google I/O. (Credit: Stephen Shankland/CNET) SAN FRANCISCO--Google isn't the only big tech company with two... read more »
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A new piece of software is promising to give Windows Phone 7 owners an alternative to Microsoft's Windows Phone Marketplace when it comes to insta... read more »
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Microsoft could be looking to give touch screens more of a tactile feel. A patent filed by the software giant in 2009 and published last week deta... read more »
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An International Trade Commission judge has sided with Eastman Kodak in the company's ongoing patent battle with Apple. Judge Robert Rogers yester... read more »
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Business software maker SAP says it is working to adapt its market-leading enterprise resource management software to Research In Motion's Playbook t... read more »
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Mozilla touts its influence numerically. (Credit: Mozilla) Mozilla, maker of the Firefox Web browser, saw its 2009 revenue increase 34 percent fr... read more »
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Apple's WWDC keynote is now behind us and if they're not at E3, tech journalists around the blogsphere are taking a rest. We didn't get a new iPhone... read more »
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Postagram lets you send postcards from your iPhone. (Credit: Postagram) Xobni co-founder Matt Brezina is launching a fun and clever product today... read more »
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iPhone owners who store files online through Mozy can now access those files remotely courtesy of the company's new iPhone app. (Credit: Lance Whit... read more »
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Crashes and their potential to harm productivity and personal data are the bane of many computer users, but the ability to diagnose and prevent them... read more »
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Apple&39's Genius Bar is reportedly getting expanded services. (Credit: Sarah Tew/CNET) That secret meeting for Apple retail employees we've bee... read more »
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Google reached a significant milestone for its Android mobile operating system today: 100,000 applications are available in the Android Market. ... read more »
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Apple takes a look at the past year&39's top performers on iTunes (Credit: Screenshot by Don Reisinger/CNET) Apple has divulged the top sellers ... read more »
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The version of the Safari browser that will ship in iOS 5 in July will come with some enhanced features, Apple announced today at its Worldwide Deve... read more »
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(Credit: IDC) It sells just a single smartphone, but Apple is now the world's fourth largest mobile phone supplier, according to the "Worldwide Qu... read more »
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Apple employees preparing for the launch of the iPhone 4 last year at Apple&39's flagship store in San Francisco. (Credit: James Martin/CNET) A gr... read more »
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(Credit: Techlinking.com) Apple could sign up as many as 150 million iPhone users to its new iCloud service, according to projections based on a s... read more »
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Apple&39's A5 processor, currently found only in the iPad 2. (Credit: Apple) Select iOS application developers have been given versions of the i... read more »
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