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HMDX Bluetooth speakers impress at CES 2013

CES 2013 LAS VEGAS–Here at the CES Unveiled press event, HMDX, makers of the Jam Classic — one of the neatest Bluetooth speakers I’ve seen (I actually received one as a holiday gift) — revealed a line of new products to build on the momentum it gained in 2012. First up is the Jam Plus, which is a step up …

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Beware Of Malware-infected Blogs

Web customers and weblog-shopping addicts watch out! As weblogs come free and are rather easy to use, they continue to achieve reputation. Therefore, criminals working on the web are becoming more conscious and are profiting from the usage of these online personal journals to ensnare unwitting victims. Not long ago, spy ware and malware were spread largely via email and …

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Another close asteroid encounter for Earth coming Friday

Another close asteroid In a few days, sky watchers in Eastern Europe, Asia, and Australia will get a chance to see one big rock hurtling through the heavens. One very big rock. Compared with other asteroids traveling through space, this one may seem a relative pebble — at half the size of a football field — but for Earth, it …

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CNET explores tech that is an extension of you

CNET explores tech Reading your smartphone without needing to look at it. Playing video games with your eyes. Pouring beer using your mind. These were some of the technologies showcased during CNET‘s “The Next Interface: You” panel today. CNET editors Lindsey Turrentine and Brian Cooley led a discussion about how humans will interact with devices that use people’s bodies instead …

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Reddit reportedly seeks investors with influence

Reddit reportedly seeks investors With Reddit users flocking to the site more than ever, now seems like the perfect time for the company to go searching for investors. Which is exactly what it’s doing, but it’s not cash that Reddit is after. According to AllThingsD, the company is seeking certain elite investors that could help with company input — rather …

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