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Twitter set to file its Public Offering. SpaceX’s most powerful rocket, Falcon 9, is launched. IBM pays penalties for hiring foreign workers.
The new Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is extremely fast, has a bigger, better screen, plus a host of new S Pen features.
Few cars are as iconic as the Corvette. We take out Chevy's latest seventh-generation supercar out for a test-drive to see if it lives up to its predecessors.
Technology isn't just fun and games... it can have a major impact in people's lives. We're looking at tech that enables people to overcome their disabilities!
If you're looking to ditch your giant AV receiver for a compact stereo amp, the NAD D 3020 is the one to get.
CNET Audiophiliac Steve Guttenberg is back, and he's wearing a shirt made of grapes. His list of today's talking points include how to dodge a war, when and why the Internet will end, an interview with Steve Albini, and the story of simple haircut that turned into a disaster.
Muscle cars of the '60s and '70s helped define a generation; we check out how technologies from those cars and that era started trends that are hot today.
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Amazon brings back a killed product. Nike Designer teams up with Apple. Facebook reworks its advertising. Emergency tweets?
BMW's roofless cars are loved the world over, so we decided to take a look at the company's drop tops. From the charming 327 to the newest Z4, we look at what makes Beemer's open top motors great.
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The all-new Vette Stingray: low tech in ways that work! Filling your car at home, and we don't mean with electricity. Plus, five classic muscle cars that saw the future.
What does an engineer do when Bill O'Reilly starts arguing politics you, or Dan Rather hands you a screwdriver? Or when WOR's John Gambling won't rest easy until you arrive on-scene? It's part of a day's work for big city and network radio engineers. Tom Ray and Chris Tobin regale us with hilarity and insight about working with high-strung stars and ordinary folks with household names.
Ever wonder how or where Jack Daniel's Whiskey is made? The Jack Daniel's distillery is situated in a small town called Lynchburg in Tennessee. They offer free tours every day of the week. Tour guides will take you through the Jack Daniel's distillery and explain the history to you. You'll see where the whiskey is distilled, fermented and bottled. Also for a small fee you can experience the sampling tour. You'll sample three of Jack Daniel's finest whiskey. Afterwards you can check out the small town of Lynchburg. For more info check out http://www.jackdaniels.com/visit
The NFL has something to Tweet about. Deal with Justin Timberlake heightens competition between iTunes Radio and Pandora. New Smartwatch by Samsung available for preorder. HTC relieves itself of Beats Electronics Stakes.
Behind the Counter is brought to you by the letter "E" for EXCELSIOR! Rich and Jon have returned from Asgard with mighty tidings of pop culture knowledge and comic book talkery. If you love hearing two grown men talk about funny books then this show is for you! This week they chat about the current X-Men crossover, the X-universe in general, Marvel's new SHIELD program, and try to pin point the name of a book that has escaped them. It was a very jam packed episode indeed. Stay Tuned!
Here's my unboxing of the new Samsung Galaxy Note III.
Jeff gives a positive review of Jay-Z's inaugural concert at the Brooklyn's Barclays Center despite the absence of Justin Bieber and Journey. Our show today includes a celebration of the CD's 30th birthday, a look at an eBay auction for a set of "skeleton keys" that give complete access to NYC, and a sculpture of Steve Jobs made from the Apple CEO's own trash.
Today we'll unearth a rare recording of Steve Jobs forecasting the iPad 27 years before its existence -- speaking of Jobstradamus, we'll also take a look at a disturbing wax statue of the Apple icon causing panic in Xi'an, China, learn how rapper Machine Gun Kelly got himself kicked out of the Microsoft store for life, and a campaign to end the word "really!?" from the collective lexicon.