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Why Apple's A5 Processor is Big (Siri) + Why Doesn't Siri Support Dictating Emails?

According to CNet, Apple's A5 processor includes noise-reduction circuitry licensed from a start-up called Audience. Audience's technology enhances speech and works well even when you hold the phone are arm's length ('far-field speech'). This explains the mysteriously larger A5 processor...

Christmas Blu-ray player + Netflix = A Very Blue Christmas

I have a Blu-ray player on my Christmas list that I hope to get. Santa Claus hasn't failed me yet. I also have a subscription to Netflix and planned on upgrading it to the Blu-ray package for an additional...

CNET - Where's the <font color="red">♥</font> love?

I love CNET, it's one of my favorite technology, electronics, and gadgets sites. But I'm just not feeling the love. You see, I wrote a quick review of the just launched GizmoCall Flash-based VoIP service this morning. A few hours...

Roku Streaming HD from Roku -- Before Year End

Roku representatives have responded to rumors on its online forum board regarding when it will launch streaming HD services and announced, earlier than they'd like, that it will team up with Netflix to bring HD content to its subscribers....

Free Those Trapped Cell Phone Photos!

Getting your great candid pictures off your camera phone is no easy matter -- it should be so simple!CNET gives us a couple of ways to do it. One of them has got to work!The least labor-intensive way to rescue your...

Yahoo Music: The Beauty of the Refund

With Yahoo Music shutting down its store and DRM licensing servers on September 30, anybody who ever bought music from the Yahoo Music Store would no longer have a license to play their music.Now, however, Yahoo has announced that it...

Is Now the Time for e-Book Readers?

With Sony announcing today that its Reader Digital Book will be able to read electronic books published using the .epub format -- the same that many of the largest book publishers are using -- ring in a new age for...

Palm 800w -- Life Beyond Apple, BlackBerry

Palm keeps turning out really solid products, but never seems to be able to recapture the magic of the introduction of the first Palm Pilot.Now, here's a smart fruit phone (Apple, BlackBerry -- get it?) alternative for you -- the...

'Look Ma, No Hands': Bluetooth Converts?

Just read a CNET blog about Bluetooth converts in Cali, due of course to their "no cell phones when driving" law (at least meaning that it can't be in your hand).That blog discusses an ingenious way to use Bluetooth and your cell...

New iPhone the BlackBerry Killer?

Although the CNet blog builds a pretty good case for why the new iPhone will replace RIM's BlackBerry as the mobile phone of choice in the business market, me thinks it boils down to three little letters why not...

A New Way to Stargaze via the WorldWide Telescope

Maybe it's time to get a new telescope or upgrade for the future in another way? According to a report in today's New York Times, the skies may be the next frontier in travel, but not even the wealthiest...

CNET's Tech Tips Can't Be Beat

So many tech sites and so little time! With that in mind, I've always found CNET to be very useful, especially for its handy Tips & Tricks. In fact, it's usually my first stop when I've got to figure...

Adobe's Photoshop Heading Online? Why Not?

Adobe intends to offer a hosted version of its popular Photoshop image-editing program in the next three to six months. According to reports, this hosted version of Photoshop is part of a bigger company strategy to introduce Internet-delivered services that complement...
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