20 Crazy Concept Phones

From snake phones to handsets that look like hockey pucks, these hopelessly impractical devices are the coolest-looking phones you'll never want to own.

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iPad 3G Teardown: An Overview

Both the 3G and the Wi-Fi have some room for gear, say those who've dissected the tablets.

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Apple's Lost iPhone: A Case of Puppet Master or Victim?

Musings on corporate strategy, damage recovery, and errant iPhones that go out for a drink unescorted.

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iPhone Update Clue: AT&T Hints of June

An AT&T policy hints of a possible launch date for the next model of Apple's iPhone.

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Pink Preview: Microsoft's Mystery Event

Another smartphone is expected to join the fray on Monday. Will anybody notice, even if it's Microsoft's?

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Netflix Comes to the iPod

The movie service is bound for smaller-screened mobile devices, Netflix discloses.

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Is iPad Sold Out?

It's less than a week until those eager early adopters can pick up the iPads they've ordered . . . and the rest of us can wait.

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Facebook Weighs Privacy Changes (Again)

Facebook is asking for your feedback, and that can mean only one thing: changes are afoot.

Google Reconsiders Privacy Practices

New options for Google Analytics may appease users but make the tool less useful.

iPad Swapped if its Battery Fails, Apple Says

Apple will exchange iPads with dud batteries for a whole new new device for $99 (data backup not included).

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HDTV: Even Critters Prefer It

It's the frame rate that adds reality, scientists decide.

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Firefox Mobile Browser Fennec Spotted on Android

Facebook photos show the browser running on the Nexus One and Motorola Droid.

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Skype Move to Verizon Expected Soon

The VoIP service's push for access to wireless services may be gaining momentum.

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Online Video Explodes

Comscore reports the vast majority of U.S. Internet users view video -- and here's where they're watching.

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Search Engine Usage Soared in 2009

The number of searches grew 46 percent in 2009 compared to the previous year.