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Waking up at the crack of dawn to wait in a long, snaking line for the newest iPhone...fuggedaboutit! CNET's Sumi Das tells you how people are paying for stand-ins. And we meet one hardy soul who's been camping out since Monday morning.
As doors open at Apple stores and other retailers around the globe, lucky customers in Sydney, Australia are among the first to get the new iPhone in their hands.
Apple has taken a turn for the worst with its latest maps application available on iOS 6. Apple's Maps, which replaces Google Maps as a default map app in the latest version of iOS, is getting slammed for misnaming cities, losing landmarks, and making it difficult to find your way around. CNET's Sumi Das has the story and offers a workaround for your navigational needs.
It's a well-know fact, especially among iPhone users: Apple never has sales. Prices are lowered when newer models are released, but there are no bargain basement deals to be found. If Apple's latest is simply a must-have, though, CNET's Sumi Das has some tips.
Google and Cirque du Soleil have teamed up to show off the plugin-free acrobatics of the modern Web and HTML5. Check out what it's like to immerse yourself in Movi.Kanti.Revo.
The Redwood City Police Department is experimenting with a new video chat system that lets residents talk with police officers with the click of a button. CNET's Sumi Das has the story.
Gone are the days of pasting photographs into clunky albums. These days, the best way to preserve your memories and treasure your digital photographs is through easy-to-make photo books. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on some of the best such online services.
Collecting autographs has long been a tradition of sports fans everywhere. A new company aims to take that ritual into the digital age, offering fans a chance to purchase a personalized autograph -- and voice recording -- from their favorite baseball players online. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports.
The iPhone 5 demonstrates the significant evolution of smartphones since Apple introduced the disruptive device in 2007. CNET's Sumi Das talks to Mike Liebhold at the Institute for the Future to find out how smartphones will change our lives yet again.
Jeff Bakalar goes one-on-one with Nintendo of America Director Zach Fountain on some of the technical specifics surrounding the Wii U's Nintendo TVii feature.
Apple's Jeff Robin demos the company's new iTunes music app. Apple has reworked iTunes to feature a simplified user interface, iCloud integration, and a new mini player.
Apple's Phil Schiller shows off the company's 8-megapixel iPhone 5 camera. The new iSight camera has features such as a dynamic low-light mode and a panoramic mode.
Apple's Phil Schiller reveals a smaller, all-digital 8-signal connector for the iPhone 5, called Lightning. The new connector replaces the 30-pin connector, which first launched in 2003.
Apple's Phil Schiller reveals a speedier iPhone, which will for the first time support 4G LTE, delivering what he calls "Ultrafast Wireless." The device's LTE service will be available in the U.S. on Sprint, Verizon Wireless, and AT&T.
Apple introduced a restyled iPod Touch with a taller screen, better camera and support for Siri. The new device will come in two models, a 32GB version for $299 and a 64GB version for $399. It's expected to ship in October.