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Nicole Lee checks out the latest Bluetooth headset from Jawbone that comes with a brand-new design and multiprocessor architecture.
This week, the Beatles come to iTunes and autonomous sponge bath robots arrive at Georgia Tech. Plus, the Nook goes color, earbuds that zip, and a spoonful of sprinkles help the chocolate covered bacon go down.
Boxee TV arrives with a deal for early adopters, AT&T and T-Mobile launch system to fight smartphone theft, and donations for Sandy relief are delivered via iTunes.
This week on the CNET Tech Review: new touch-screen Nook coming soon; how to make the switch from iPhone to Android; robots get busy at Maker Faire; and we count down the Top 5 iTunes alternatives for Android.
Do you dare to download music and video from sources other than iTunes? CNET's Donald Bell shows off a new feature in iTunes 9 that lets you add media downloads to your iTunes library with a minimum of hassle.
A competitor to the Google Glass headset will be on display at CES 2013, Jawbone Up is back from the dead, and retailers fight showrooming with in-store apps.
Google's new smartphones pack in features at low prices, Jawbone Up24 wristband adds a new twist, and PlayStation 4 gets reviewed before its Friday launch.
Dark, enchanting power pop from Sleepy Jackson.
From Macworld 2008, Steve Jobs introduces a new section of the iTunes store that will include movie rentals.
Learn how to gather up all the ignored songs from the darkest corners of your iTunes music library.