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The line wrapped around the block at the Apple store in Sydney, according to CNET Australia's Seamus Byrne, who joined the crowd hours before the doors opened at 8 a.m. local time. Buyers are restricted to buying two iPhone 5S and 10 iPhone 5C. For this first rollout, both phones are going on sale in 11 countries, including Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, Puerto Rico, Singapore, the UK, and US.
Garmin's latest device is a head-up display that projects directions right onto your windshield. It certainly has a cool factor, but how about the safety factor?
Whether traveling for work or play, one indispensable item to pack is your cell phone charger. If you get stuck without one, try out one of these charging lifesavers. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on the best charging gadgets in this Tech Minute.
At TechCrunch Disrupt, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg offers advice to Twitter on its expected IPO.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg talks about what led his company to file suit against the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court and his views on Facebook's responsibilities with regard to user data.
Now that Apple has introduced two new iPhones, you may be wondering which one to buy. CNET's Sumi Das compares features found in the high- and low-end models and lists the pros and cons of each.
At TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco, Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer explains how Yahoo is dealing with government surveillance requests, why she doesn't like phone passcodes, and what the heck happened with the new logo.
At TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco, Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer explains why she doesn't like using a passcode on her smartphone and why she's a fan of fingerprint sensors.
Apple's Phil Schiller shows off the new iPhone 5S camera, which uses a larger aperture, larger sensor, and bigger pixels. The new device also sports a new burst mode feature and a 120fps slow-motion camera.
Apple's Phil Schiller reveals the company's new iPhone, which comes in gold, "Space Gray," or white. The new device costs the same on contract as the iPhone 5 did at launch: $199 for the 16GB version, $299 for 32GB, and $399 for 64GB.
Apple's Phil Schiller announces a new fingerprint scanner, called the Touch ID sensor, which is integrated into the home button of the iPhone 5S. Users can now tap to activate, instead of pressing.
The most dramatic iOS makeover to date will be available next week. Apple's Craig Federighi highlights the key changes and upgrades including: Control Center, iTunes Radio, and the camera, and photos app. Plus, Siri will be able to search Twitter.
Apple's Phil Schiller unveils the iPhone 5C, a cheaper polycarbonate model. The new iPhone will be available in five different colors and could prove to be popular in countries like China and India, where consumers buy handsets off-contract.
Epic Games' Infinity Blade 3 takes center stage at Apple's iPhone 5S launch event. The new game uses Apple's A7 processor, the first-ever 64-bit smartphone chip. Infinity Blade 3 will be available in the App Store alongside the iPhone 5S launch on September 20.
Should you start picking which color iPhone you're going to order and counting down to an iWatch? If the suspense around the upcoming Apple event is too much to bear, here's a preview of what will likely be unveiled.