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Would You Believe...Get Smart's Cone of Silence is Real

British pizza chain Pizza Express plans to install science fiction-like cones of silence (okay, soundproof domes) in iPizzeria stores.

Logitech's Google TV Box Gets Turned on This Friday

October 6 event will introduce Logitech's line of products that support Google TV.

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Sony Move Arrives: A Hands-Waving Report

Analysis: Is Sony's motion-controller just a Wii-too product?

Apple Event: Why iTV isn't a Game-Changer

Analysis: The launch -- if it even occurs next week -- is only the first step of a long journey to replace cable.

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Playboy Plays a New Game

After launching The Smoking Jacket, a marginally safe-for-work website, Playboy expects to launch a new gaming label by the end of 2010.

Apple iMac Touch-Screen Patent: Brilliant Concept or Crazy Idea?

A January 2010 patent describes an iMac-like device that switches from OS X to iOS based on orientation -- a patent that poses more questions than it answers.

Windows Phone 7: Microsoft Talks Games at Gamescom

According to the buzz at Gamescom in Cologne, all the things that Redmond promised way back last February are going to be ready for launch.

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Dude, Where's My Android Tablet?

We're almost halfway through Q3 of 2010, yet the deluge of Android tablets has yet to arrive -- here's a roundup of what's been going on.

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The Verizon iPhone Rumor Mill Keeps Churning

TechCrunch and Electronista provide a couple of possibly vital clues in the whole Verizon/iPhone saga.

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Will Droid 2 Make Droid Obsolete?

Analysis: With Droid 2 news seeping out, is there hope for the early adopters of the first model?

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Where are All the Android Tablets?

Vendors promised we'd be awash in Android-powered tablets this year; what's the holdup?

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Hulu Plus Arrives, So What's Next?

Analysis: Users might be willing to pay a little more for a premium edition that lacks ads.

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Borders' E-Book Store: From Browsing Titles to Reading Books

Border's is the last major bookseller in the US to get their e-book house in order. Are they too late to carve out a niche? Possibly.

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Sony Japan Reveals New PS3 Models, Move Launch Titles

While PS3 fans worldwide salivate, there has been no official word on whether new models be released elsewhere.

PlayStation Plus: Worth Paying For?

Sony's new PlayStation Plus service delivers plenty for the price, but it may not be the content you want.