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The holiday season is inherently busy with crowded shopping malls, a frenetic social calendar and the stress of visiting family. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on some simple high-tech ways of slowing down and chilling out.
Jeff Bakalar shows you how easy it is to download high quality MP4s of your favorite videos from YouTube without downloading any software.
A covert mall apartment, using your iPod to whiten your teeth, inside the controversial new high-tech NYC cabs, why Roomba owners love their vacs, and keeping clutzes from yanking their cords.
The University of Colorado at Boulder has won the last two Solar Decathlon competitions, in which 20 universities build solar-powered homes and assemble them on the National Mall in Washington. This year, the University of Colorado team chose to focus on a highly modular and flexible design that could work for a range of settings, from cities to the suburbs. Student team leader Chad Corbin explains how Colorado Boulder intends to win again.
Changing minds about Lincoln, but not without some high-tech hiccups.
This year, there are six fewer shopping days between Thanksgiving and Christmas. Save yourself time and avoid the crowded malls by putting your mobile devices to work. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on two new shopping apps to help you find the perfect present.
Essential tech gear for the well-equipped student.
The Solar Decathlon, a competition among 20 universities to build the best solar-powered house, opened last week at the National Mall in Washington. CNET News.com's Martin LaMonica talks with students, government officials and advisers about the market viability of solar energy, as well as the secrets to winning.
The Solar Decathlon, a competition among 20 universities to build the best solar-powered house, opened last week at the National Mall in Washington. CNET News.com's Martin LaMonica talks with students, government officials and advisers about the market vi
March 2, 2007: Crash test dummies, CompUSA closures, cheaper Blu-ray, RIAA targets college students, scary teen drivers and a singing toothbrush.