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Shoppers around the nation set their alarms extra early to welcome Black Friday, the traditional start to the holiday shopping season. At electronic superstores like Circuit City, $299 laptops were among the first big items to sell out. As CNET News.com's Kara Tsuboi found out, people didn't seem to mind waiting in hour-long lines to buy fancy TVs if it meant cashing in on super savings.
It's that time of year again, and we want to make your tax-filing experience as pain-free as possible. Check out this video overview of the online tax prep solutions for the 2010 tax season.
In this Inside Scoop, CNET's Kara Tsuboi and Seth Rosenblatt discuss the one piece of equipment that kept Seth powered up while stuck in the middle of Hurricane Sandy. Nope, it's not a gadget per se, but rather a high-tech messenger bag that comes with its own power brick.
Windows Phone 7 is finally getting its first update, the iPad 2 may be delayed until June, and a man in Egypt names his baby girl Facebook. No poking please.
Welcome to CNET Roadside Assistance, the show were the Car Tech guys take some time to respond to your queries and highlight your comments. This week we look at bench seats, downshifting, and how E85 is no good.
Don't just live with what they gave you. Customize your Windows Vista welcome screen with this free download.
Barnes & Noble announces the new Nook Color, Apple delays shipment of the white iPhone 4, and why you should engrave something embarrassing on the iPad you gift this holiday season.
Welcome to CNET Roadside Assistance, the show were the Car Tech guys take some time to respond to your queries and highlight your comments. This week, Nissan and Mazda's performance cars go head-to-head, a BMW driver wants help steering clear of iDrive, and LOL cars are back.
Apple brings Sandy Bridge and Thunderbolt to the new iMacs. Don't hold your breath for the latest rumor, an iPad 3D. Plus, our App of the Week is Paint for Cats. Meow.