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Why IT security pros can be scarier than the 'bad guys'

Forget about hackers and phishers. Big business wants your personal data, and your privacy is just a hurdle to be surmounted.

Review: Dell C1660w color printer

The Dell C1660w's low purchase price makes color-laser-class (LED) printing available to budget-minded small offices. Because the toner is expensive and there's no automatic duplexer, it’s best for light use only.

Review: Supercharged HP Officejet Pro X576dw skewers inkjet stereotypes

The Officejet Pro X576dw is big, fast, and capable. But can it convert corporate laser lovers?

Inside the shadowy underground of 'anything, anywhere' cloud-based printing

Cloud-connected printers are everywhere, but how hard is it to collect your paperwork? We went to a private school and Twitter's corporate office to find out.

Review: BlackBerry Z10 is a bold reimagining of a smartphone

The BlackBerry Z10 phone has much to like, but it also makes a few gaffes.

New BlackBerry Z10 and Q10 smartphones: first impressions

The new BlackBerry Z10 and the BlackBerry Q10 smartphones are the cornerstones of BlackBerry's reinvention. Here are our first impressions after using them both at the BlackBerry event Wednesday.

Live Blog: BlackBerry 10 unveiled

Research in Motion renames itself BlackBerry and hopes to make a splash with the new BlackBerry 10 operating systems and new phones it announced today in New York City.

RIM moves to sell movies, music to BlackBerry 10 users

RIM's improved BlackBerry World storefront will offer not just apps, but also entertainment content from major studios and music labels.

How BlackBerry 10 can snatch RIM from the jaws of death

Facing a downward spiral and irrelevance, RIM is betting its future on BlackBerry 10.

Review: Epson Expression Photo XP-850 Small-in-One Printer

The Epson Expression Photo XP-850 lives up to its name with super-nice photos that print speedily. It also has well-priced inks and enough efficiency features to make it useful in a home office.

Next-gen in-car infotainment: iPads and Wi-Fi on wheels

Is it a car or a rolling entertainment center? The latest rides are loaded with huge touchscreens and futuristic ways to keep the kids quiet.

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Picture this: Cars with cameras, projectors, and 3D safety tech

This isn’t your SUV’s rear backup camera. At the Detroit Auto Show, we’ve seen everything from traffic-monitoring systems to cars that double as displays.

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Volvo cars watch the road with camera, radar, laser

Who needs a backseat driver when this triad of detection equipment, built into the windshield of some new Volvo models, watches for pedestrians, blind spots, traffic jams, and more?

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Tablet envy in a car: Tesla Model S boasts 17-inch touchscreen control panel

The huge touchscreen control panel in Tesla's Model S is even more eye-catching than the car itself. Melissa Riofrio takes a look at the panel (and the car) at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.

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Blu-ray looks ahead to 4K

Seven years after the Blu-ray Disc Association announced the spec for the format, budget players are available and disc sales are strong. The introduction of HDTVs that support a 4K resolution presents Blu-ray fans and promoters with their next challenge.

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