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Snake-arm robot works in tight quarters–Joystick guides robo-snake in orifice surgery.

Sci-fi pros focus on e-books at Denvention 3— Peter Glaskowsky attends Denvention 3, the 66th World Science Fiction Convention, and hears a lot about electronic publishing from writers, agents, editors publishers, and fellow fans.

Calling Ralph Lauren–Luxury retailer becomes the first of its kind to try on mobile-shopping capabilities in its quest to satisfy the impulses of every Silicon Valley CEO.

Change the default folder view in Vista–With a few minutes of folder clicking, you can stop Vista’s content sniffing and get the view you prefer in all your folders.

(CNET News.com — 20 August, 2008)
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Contracts even with unlocked phones: Or, why I bought an iPhone–Having moved back to the United States, I found it so hard to get a reasonable deal for service with this unlocked GSM smartphone that I decided there was little reason not to get an iPhone.

Wonder why everything isn’t speech controlled?–Ever wonder why automated call-centers communicate eerily well, yet your consumer life relies on dozens of keyboards, buttons, and remote controls? Here is the company you should blame.

The best-selling video games of 2008 (so far)–The top five video games account for more than 23 million units sold so far this year.

Is Generation Y going deaf? — With in-ear headphones cranked to “11,” members of the younger generation are doing irreparable harm to their hearing. Maybe they don’t even know.

(CNET News.com — 23 August, 2008)
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Bigfoot Web site stuns the world: It was a hoax–Outside observers discover that the alleged cadaver was merely a gorilla costume. The rubber foot was a dead giveaway.

Free-to-play, ad-supported games the winners?–Getting gamers addicted is the key to monetization, according to PC Gaming Alliance’s chief technology officer. But the business model hasn’t proven popular outside Asia.

Why can’t Firefox print as well as IE?–Printing seems to be at the bottom of Mozilla’s priority list. It’s time to make Firefox the equal of Internet Explorer in terms of printing Web pages.

New Byrne/Eno album streams free–David Byrne and Brian Eno have made their entire album, Everything That Happens Will Happen Today, available as a free online stream and are encouraging fans to embed it.

(CNET News.com — 21 August, 2008)
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The legendary game designer talks about the evolution of his new evolution game. (CNET News.com — 21 August, 2008)
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