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Tim Anderson from Instructables.com and Webshots.com shows you how to save hundreds of dollars by making your own noise-canceling headphones.
Whether you're looking for a specific recipe, a craft project, or a tip for a household chore, a new "how-to" web site and mobile app may be of help. It's called "Snapguide" and it provides step-by-step instructions, along with photos and videos, on a wide range of topics. CNET's Kara Tsuboi tries it out in this Tech Minute.
CNET's got an all-new lineup of help and how-to shows, and we're breaking them down on the Mailbag. Plus, some of you have Zunes!
Did you know that winding and storing your cables improperly can damage them? In this How-to video, Brian Cooley shows you how you can increase the longevity of your cables by winding and storing them properly.
People love Google Chrome, it's as simple as that. But did you know that Google puts out three versions of Chrome? In this How-To video, we recap the differences and show you how to jump between builds, also known as channels, in Chrome.
This week on a very special transatlantic edition of the CNET UK Podcast, Ian Morris, Rich Trenholm, and Natali Del Conte sat down to talk a bit about the best of CES this year. From Sony's Dash, through to the Boxee Box all the coolest gadgets from this year's show got discussed.
In this How-To, Brian Cooley shows you how to pair your phone with a 2010 Hyundai head unit.
Cooley dishes on the coolest cars from the LA Auto Show and reveals his dirty little iPhone secret.
Rich DeMuro takes a look at this season's coolest gadgets, at ShowStoppers in New York City.
Brian Cooley gives a sneak peek at the coolest cars from the 2006 Geneva Auto Show in Switzerland.