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Mozilla under fire: Inside the 9-day reign of fallen CEO Brendan EichMozilla co-founder Brendan Eich speaking in 2012. Stephen Shankland/CNET On a
Mozilla under fire: Inside the 9-day reign of fallen CEO Brendan Eich
CNET / Posted 3 days ago
Mozilla co-founder Brendan Eich speaking in 2012. Stephen Shankland/CNET On a Friday night flight home to San Francisco from Boston in March, Brendan Eich should have been unwinding. It was the end of his first week as chief executive of Mozilla,... Read more
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USB Type C is supposed to be the one cable to rule them all, but there's going to be confusion firsthas USB Type-C, but not the fast data transfer rates or video support that some
USB Type C is supposed to be the one cable to rule them all, but there's going to be confusion first
CNET / Posted 5 days ago
has USB Type-C, but not the fast data transfer rates or video support that sometimes accompany the new USB port. Stephen Shankland/CNET But now, things get more complicated. That's because USB standards cover two separate domains. First... Read more
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Verizon to be first to field-test crazy-fast 5G wirelessFrancisco. Ericsson showed a wireless radio link with prototype 5G networking t
Verizon to be first to field-test crazy-fast 5G wireless
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Francisco. Ericsson showed a wireless radio link with prototype 5G networking technology at Mobile World Congress in March. Stephen Shankland/CNET In a nod to the potential opportunity that stems from the Internet of Things, Verizon's forum also... Read more
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Phase One IQ180: 80 megapixels of lavish colorOne's IQ180 sensor mounted to the 645DF camera body and Schneider-Kreuznach's 1
Phase One IQ180: 80 megapixels of lavish color
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One's IQ180 sensor mounted to the 645DF camera body and Schneider-Kreuznach's 120mm tilt-shift lens. (Click to enlarge.) Stephen Shankland/CNET When describing Phase One's IQ180-based camera system, there are plenty of superlatives you could... Read more
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Phase One XF IQ3 reviewyou can scrutinize in full resolution in our gallery. The Phase One XF camera
Phase One XF IQ3 review
CNET / Posted 5 days ago
you can scrutinize in full resolution in our gallery. The Phase One XF camera and IQ3 back produce great color and detail. Stephen Shankland/CNET The XF and IQ3 products have been overhauled for better convenience, flexibility and performance. I... Read more
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Have no fear later this year if your phone drops in the drinkLiquipel showed an iPhone treated to survive full immersion in this tray of wat
Have no fear later this year if your phone drops in the drink
CNET / Posted 6 days ago
Liquipel showed an iPhone treated to survive full immersion in this tray of water at Mobile World Congress. Stephen Shankland/CNET BARCELONA, Spain--Later this year, some people should be able to buy mobile phones you can take into the shower. So... Read more
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For camera makers, hope lies in pricey devices for the fewSamsung's camera ambitions are most visible in its new NX1, a mirrorless camera
For camera makers, hope lies in pricey devices for the few
CNET / Posted 7 days ago
Samsung's camera ambitions are most visible in its new NX1, a mirrorless camera shown here with a new 50-150mm f2.8 lens. Stephen Shankland/CNET COLOGNE, Germany -- There's never been a better time to be a photo enthusiast. For that, you can thank... Read more
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Google begins blurring faces in Street Viewit play out." John Hanke, head of Google Maps and Google Earth, speaks at the W
Google begins blurring faces in Street View
CNET / Posted 11 days ago
it play out." John Hanke, head of Google Maps and Google Earth, speaks at the Where 2.0 conference in Burlingame, Calif. Stephen Shankland/CNET News.com New jurisdictions, new rules Street View poses other privacy issues besides just faces. Some... Read more
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ICANN CEO sets off explosion of new Internet names (Q&A)of two others Vocado and CoreObjects Software. The following is an edited trans
ICANN CEO sets off explosion of new Internet names (Q&A)
CNET / Posted 11 days ago
of two others Vocado and CoreObjects Software. The following is an edited transcript of his conversation with CNET News' Stephen Shankland. Stephen Shankland: We're at a very important juncture where ICANN is about to launch the first generic... Read more
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US official: The Internet can stand on its own now (Q&A)contract with ICANN, but it took a long time to get to Strickling's March 14 an
US official: The Internet can stand on its own now (Q&A)
CNET / Posted 11 days ago
contract with ICANN, but it took a long time to get to Strickling's March 14 announcement. Strickling talked to CNET News' Stephen Shankland about the changes. The following is an edited transcript. What exactly has changed with your announcement... Read more
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2014 welcomes the Net's new names: .beer, .farm, .nyc and much moreChinese and Arabic.In France, an ad exhorts people to register Internet address
2014 welcomes the Net's new names: .beer, .farm, .nyc and much more
CNET / Posted 11 days ago
Chinese and Arabic.In France, an ad exhorts people to register Internet addresses ending in the new .paris domain name. Stephen Shankland/CNET The new Internet domains also brought problems, however, by increasing the potential for brand name... Read more
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Why US internet controls became a political battlefield (FAQ)Screenshot by Stephen Shankland/CNET To hear the rhetoric, you'd think Russian
Why US internet controls became a political battlefield (FAQ)
CNET / Posted 11 days ago
Screenshot by Stephen Shankland/CNET To hear the rhetoric, you'd think Russian President Vladimir Putin is going to take over the internet on October 1. That's the date the US Commerce Department has said it will transfer a final aspect of internet... Read more
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With an eye to the future, try raw photos todayaddresses both chrominance noise that shows as colored speckles and luminance n
With an eye to the future, try raw photos today
CNET / Posted 14 days ago
addresses both chrominance noise that shows as colored speckles and luminance noise that shows as variations in brightness. Stephen Shankland/CNET Adobe Systems is revamping noise reduction in its Lightroom software for editing raw images. At left... Read more
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How Android 5.0 lets you get raw for better photosGonzalez Vazquez' Camera FV-5 app for Android 5.0 lets photographers take raw p
How Android 5.0 lets you get raw for better photos
CNET / Posted 14 days ago
Gonzalez Vazquez' Camera FV-5 app for Android 5.0 lets photographers take raw photos with Nexus 5 or Nexus 6 phones. Stephen Shankland/CNET For more than a decade, photographers using traditional cameras have been able to get higher image... Read more
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Apple's Swift Playgrounds app will lure your kid into codingof commands can be grouped into a single function that you can invoke again and
Apple's Swift Playgrounds app will lure your kid into coding
CNET / Posted 14 days ago
of commands can be grouped into a single function that you can invoke again and again to control an animated character. Stephen Shankland/CNET Making Byte march When programming, you type your code on the left side of the screen. Swift... Read more
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Apple's Swift Playgrounds app will lure your kid into codingByte. It's a touchscreen app and you don't have to type much -- suggested comma
Apple's Swift Playgrounds app will lure your kid into coding
CNET / Posted 15 days ago
Byte. It's a touchscreen app and you don't have to type much -- suggested commands are at the bottom of the screen. Stephen Shankland/CNET Making Byte march When programming, you type your code on the left side of the screen. Swift... Read more
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Apple's Swift Playgrounds app will lure your kid into codingByte. It's a touchscreen app and you don't have to type much -- suggested comma
Apple's Swift Playgrounds app will lure your kid into coding
CNET / Posted 15 days ago
Byte. It's a touchscreen app and you don't have to type much -- suggested commands are at the bottom of the screen. Stephen Shankland/CNET Making Byte march When programming, you type your code on the left side of the screen. Swift... Read more
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The era of Japanese consumer electronics giants is deadthe television to own. Kazuo Hirai took over as CEO of Sony this year in an att
The era of Japanese consumer electronics giants is dead
CNET / Posted 16 days ago
the television to own. Kazuo Hirai took over as CEO of Sony this year in an attempt to breathe new life into the company. Stephen Shankland/CNET Few of them managed the transition to flat-panel display televisions all that well. While many of... Read more
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Google adds new muscle to Snapseed photo editor for iPhone, iPadSnapseed for iOS greets you with a notice saying it can edit raw photos. Scree
Google adds new muscle to Snapseed photo editor for iPhone, iPad
CNET / Posted 26 days ago
Snapseed for iOS greets you with a notice saying it can edit raw photos. Screenshot by Stephen Shankland/CNET Snapseed, a Google photo editor that goes beyond the basics of Google Photos, just got a little more serious. With Wednesday's Snapseed... Read more
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Microsoft finally yields to EU orderpurposes, Microsoft may try to assert its patents. A Commission representative
Microsoft finally yields to EU order
CNET / Posted 27 days ago
purposes, Microsoft may try to assert its patents. A Commission representative noted the competition bureau is not in the business of determining what is, or isn't, a valid patent. CNET News.com's Stephen Shankland contributed to th... Read more
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New Crowdsource app lets you work for Google for freelets you help the company with language translation, handwriting recognition an
New Crowdsource app lets you work for Google for free
CNET / Posted 28 days ago
lets you help the company with language translation, handwriting recognition and map translation accuracy. Screenshot by Stephen Shankland/CNET Google has a formidable artificial intelligence team working on everything from photo recognition to... Read more
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Canon videos show off 70D's dual-pixel autofocus technologysystem can focus on a particular subject when a videographer taps on it with th
Canon videos show off 70D's dual-pixel autofocus technology
CNET / Posted 1 months ago
system can focus on a particular subject when a videographer taps on it with the camera's touch screen. screenshot by Stephen Shankland/CNET Canon wants to show off what its new EOS 70D camera can do when it comes to one persistent... Read more
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