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Samsung's Huge Launch Was 'Shockingly Sexist,' Say Critics

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Samsung unveiled its highly-anticipated flagship phone, the Samsung Galaxy S4, last night at a big press event in New York.  But critics are saying that Samsung's Broadway-like event, which featured loads of showmanship, was sexist.  "To be fair, everyone in Samsung's bizarre, hourlong parade of awkward exchanges, forced laughs, and hammy...
Samsung's Huge Launch Was 'Shockingly Sexist,' Say Critics
It’s Time to Stop Talking About Women in Tech

Buzz Out Loud 1584: BOL special coverage: iPad announcement

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Brian Tong and Molly Wood give you blow-by-blow analysis on the new iPad announcement, including re-writing the lyrics to John Mayer's "Your Body is a Wonderland," specifically to accommodate the new iPad. Which, in case you haven't guessed by now, is just called "the new iPad." [Read more]...
Buzz Out Loud 1584: BOL special coverage: iPad announcement

Join CNET for a Holiday Gift Guide hangout

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Got Cyber Monday gift questions? CNET's Brian Tong, Molly Wood and Donald Bell have answers. [Read more]...
Join CNET for a Holiday Gift Guide hangout

Torture testing the new iPad

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Molly Wood's new CNET show Always On puts the new iPad through the wringer to see if it can handle all that life has to throw at it. Find out if it survives. [Read more]...
Torture testing the new iPad

We must blame Apple for China

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Charles Duhigg and David Barboza’s recent New York Times article, "iEconomy: Human Costs Are Built Into an iPad", has created quite a firestorm. The article is a blistering expose of Apple and its Chinese manufacturing partners. For those that haven’t read it, please do. This is important, necessary journalism....
We must blame Apple for China

How to make money on mobile, in three easy steps

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Molly Wood has written a lot about how it's hard to make money on mobile. Here are some suggestions for how to mix up the perfect mobile money-making cocktail. [Read more]...
How to make money on mobile, in three easy steps

If Facebook dies (and it might), its killer will be born mobile

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Remember when Facebook was the hot new thing on the Web? Now it's king of a dying medium, and Molly Wood doubts it has the mobile chops to survive the disruption that's shaking the entire Internet. [Read more]...
If Facebook dies (and it might), its killer will be born mobile

Time For Universal Data Plans?

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theodp writes "Between multiple cell phones and their add-ons, high-speed Internet connections, and digital TV subscriptions, most households are paying for data delivery at least three times over, often paying the same provider twice. It's time for a universal data plan, [Cnet columnist Molly] Wood declares: 'I want to pay...
Time For Universal Data Plans?
HTC's horrible HTC One commercial is just the latest example of tone-deaf marketing

Always On gets served -- by a robot sushi waiter

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"This is one of my favorite robot demos ever," seasoned robot observer Molly Wood says as Willow Garage's open-source PR2 lays out a sushi feast. [Read more]...
Always On gets served -- by a robot sushi waiter

A Recent Apple Rant Weaved a Humorous Patent Conspiracy

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Last week Gossip Columnist Molly Wood, oops, I meant to say, CNET's executive editor Molly Wood went on a rant over a statement that Tim Cook made during Apple's Q2 2012 financial conference call. Wood takes Cook's statement to create a bizarre patent conspiracy and opportunity to besmirch one of...
A Recent Apple Rant Weaved a Humorous Patent Conspiracy

Pay-per-use bandwidth? Not without some ground rules

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Molly Wood faces the hard reality that the days of unlimited bandwidth are over, but she's not going to get taken to the cleaners by greedy providers. Here's how to make pay-per-use a fair deal for everyone. [Read more]...
Pay-per-use bandwidth? Not without some ground rules

Dear Tim Cook: Apple is not the world's tech inventor

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At a recent earnings call, Molly Wood was shocked to hear Apple's CEO accuse the rest of the tech industry of not inventing its "own stuff." Innovation isn't invention -- and even invention is usually inspiration. [Read more]...
Dear Tim Cook: Apple is not the world's tech inventor

Sergey Brin: Google glasses for consumers in 2014

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Google yesterday surprised developers at its Google I/O conference by delivering its augmented reality glasses to the Moscone Center stage via skydivers and announcing that attendees would have the exclusive rights to preorder a preliminary version of the glasses for $1,500, shipping early next year. But when will average consumers...
Sergey Brin: Google glasses for consumers in 2014

Can't someone please fix online shipping, already?

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From a consumer perspective, Amazon is going to run away with all e-commerce unless the rest of the Web can figure out shipping. Molly Wood asks why online shipping is still such a tough nut to crack. [Read more]...
Can't someone please fix online shipping, already?
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