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are attacking sites and looking to expose information on European officials in response to the signing of the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement. ACTA critics say it's even worse than the Stop Online Piracy Act floated in the U.S.
unearthed e-mail between Apple co-founder Steve Jobs and then-Google CEO Eric Schmidt shows Jobs actively telling Google not to try to hire its employees, resulting in the firing of at least one recruiter.
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new report uses Apple and its recent history to look at why the success
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A new report uses Apple and its recent history to look at why
the success of some U.S. firms hasn't led to more U.S. jobs. In the process, it offers up interesting details about the evolution of the iPhone and how it was made. more
Neither Steve Jobs' widow nor a representative of his trust will be on the ballot when Disney shareholders vote on re-electing the company's board, says a report. The Jobs Trust is Disney's largest shareholder. more
Consumer Electronics Show is where the world meets each year to show off the latest and greatest technology products. For 2012, the tech experts at CNET.com have once again chosen the most noteworthy products of the gadget-packed show.
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As we pack up our edit trailer and tear down our booth, we look back at the most memorable technologies, and those products that will actually affect our lives. And most of it isn't what was pushed hardest by manufacturers. more
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Obama administration issues statement about stance on Stop Online Piracy Act and other pending antipiracy legislation, saying that while administration recognizes need for laws that fight online piracy, it's wary of laws that could lead to censorship, cybersecurity problems,
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engineers in Australia are concerned about small cracks that have appeared on the wing ribs of some Airbus A380 airplanes. They're calling
for the whole fleet to be grounded, but Airbus says the cracks are harmless.
details on the actual systems are available, but they're said to be planned for a May 2012 release in North America and to include 24-inch and 27-inch all-in-one PCs, two ultrabook-style thin systems, and a 15.6-inch performance system.
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optical scanner to be used for the presidential election this year is prone to recording the wrong vote or none at all, according to a government report. But the manufacturer says problems are fixed.
Excitement? Attention? You bet. But a look at recent hot items or trends heavily featured in past shows has found that after the buzz from Las Vegas fades, commercial success can be hard to achieve. So
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Signage on at the Las Vegas Convention Center locks in a U.S.
version of the Samsung Galaxy Note at this year's CES. The question is,
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Some aircraft engineers in Australia are concerned about small cracks that have appeared on the wing ribs of some Airbus A380 airplanes, a report says. They're calling for the whole fleet to be grounded, but Airbus says the cracks are harmless. more
In Motion says the reduced pricing for the 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB models is good until February 4, in an unusual maneuver bound to prompt some head-scratching.
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