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Summary: CNET Update delivers the tech news you need in under three minutes. Watch Bridget Carey every afternoon for a breakdown of the big stories, hot devices, new apps, and what’s ahead.
Amazon's ever-growing empire now includes a game-development studio and rentable textbooks. Plus: the government's latest push for cell phone radiation warning labels.
Apple accuses Samsung of grand theft icon in the latest courtroom spat, NASA prepares for Curiosity rover's next move, and eBay tests same-day delivery.
A new service turns your mobile device into a television, The Sims strike at Zynga, and Microsoft bids farewell to its latest branding term.
Google Wallet offers more credit card choices, the TSA is ordered to bare all on nude scanners, and the IntoNow app puts a silly spin on watching Olympics.
Google wants to beef-up the Nexus Q, Digg sprouts a new look, and a browser add-on could help you avoid Olympics spoilers.
Microsoft's new Outlook.com address is pushing out Hotmail, Curiosity will soon meet Mars, and we look at the head-scanning technology used by EA Sports.
NBC is lambasted on social media for delaying Olympics broadcasts in today's instant-news era, reports suggest a launch date for the iPhone 5, and Samsung and Apple begin their battle in a U.S. court.
Move over Google, Apple may have some glasses of its own. Also, the OUYA game console partners up with streaming company OnLive.
Google launches Fiber TV, Samsung doubles up on Apple, and eBay goes after the 18 and under crowd.
The newest operating system has hit the Mac. Is it worth the upgrade? Plus: Netflix has a new rival, and Nintendo still can't catch a break.
YouTube's latest change could clean up cruddy comments, Electronic Arts may give up its football dominance, and these apps will school you in note-taking.
Some suspect Skype's changes will aid government surveillance, and it's time to prepare for Apple's Mountain Lion release.
Amazon steps up competition with Netflix, Viacom and DirecTV make peace, and Twitter continues legal fight.
Samsung scores a sweet victory against Apple in a U.K. court, and the new version of the creepy Highlight app aims to be a hyper-local Twitter.
Get the facts on AT&T's new data plans, find out what's next for the Nook, and behold a bat signal for the Internet.