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From blog parodies and zingers pinging in the Twittersphere to data that candidates are collecting about you, Sumi Das reports on just how technology is changing the presidential election.
The new Airwave goggles gives skiers an eyefull of stats -- including distance, temperature, speed and altitude. For those who can't bear disconnection on the slopes, the goggles will also display incoming calls and text messages.
There are dozens and dozens of online services to help you create beautiful invitations, holiday cards, or birth announcements. Now several Web sites have popped up to let you create one-off, personalized greetings cards -- say for a birthday, anniversary, or thank you note. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on these services.
Apple introduces the next-generation iPad a mere six months after the iPad 3 was announced. It's twice as fast as the previous model and offers LTE and 10 hours of battery life.
Apple's Phil Schiller shows off the company's new iMac. The new computer is 80 percent thinner than the previous generation and 8 pounds lighter. The computer starts at $1,299 for a 21.5-inch model and starts shipping in November. The 27-inch model starts at $1,799 and ships in December.
Apple's Phil Schiller introduces a new MacBook Pro at a press event in San Jose, Calif. The new 2.5Ghz dual-core i5 notebook is 3.57 lbs and 0.75 inches thick. It will cost $1,699 with 8GB of Ram and 128GB of memory and ships starting October 23rd.
Phil Schiller, Apple's marketing chief, introduces the new Mac Mini, which sports USB 3.0 and comes in a 2TB version.
CEO Tim Cook ups Apple's game in the e-reader space with new iBooks features, including night mode and continuous scrolling, so users never have to turn a page.
Apple's Phil Schiller reveals the company's much-anticipated iPad Mini, and compares it with Google's Nexus 7. The new iPad is 7.2mm thick, weighs 0.68 pound, sports a 7.9-inch screen, has a dual-core A5 processor, and offers Wi-Fi and LTE connectivity. The price starts at $329.
The future is made of plastic and is being gradually spat out of a 3D printer. CNET's Luke Westaway took to the floor of London's 3D printer show to examine trinkets, musical instruments, a house, and even replica cat skeletons scanned from mummified remains
There's supposedly a new iPad in the works. Apple is expected to unveil a pint-size version of the tablet on Tuesday at an event in San Jose, Calif. CNET's Sumi Das has a preview.
Because many wild animals are nocturnal and wary of humans, it can be extremely difficult for naturalists to observe their behavior or keep track of species populations. But now wildlife biologists are turning to high technology to capture every furry footstep and each flap of a wing. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports.
Everyone's favorite spooky holiday is right around the corner. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on the best Halloween apps for music, haunted houses, and more to help you get into a ghoulish mood.
Intel co-founder Gordon Moore shares his insights into the future of microprocessing in a video dating back to 2005, the 40th anniversary of Moore's Law.
Learning a musical instrument is never easy. Finding a teacher you can groove with is sometimes even harder. Now, thanks to technology, that special instructor can live several time zones -- or continents -- away and still deliver a quality lesson. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on this growing trend.