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The Sony A9 Images! Action shots from a 1st time sports shooter (ME)!

The Sony A9 Images! Action shots from a 1st time sports shooter (ME)! IT’S THURSDAY! This means I can share my images from the Sony A9 from the one …

Sony

Here's why Steve Jobs never let his kids use an iPad

New York University professor Adam Alter, author of "Irresistible: The Rise of Addictive Technology and the Business of Keeping Us Hooked," explains why Steve Jobs never let his kids use an iPad. Following is a transcript of the video.<p><i>Steve Jobs in 2010 was on the stage at the Apple event releasing</i> …

Your router isn't as fast as you think it is. Here's why

CNET editor Dong Ngo explains Wi-Fi speeds and helps manage your networking expectations.<p>Let's cut to the chase: Wired network connections will always be faster, more secure and more reliable than wireless.<p>If you want top speeds in your home, you'll want to save room in your remodeling budget for …

Wi-Fi

What Happens When Galaxies Collide?

We don’t want to scare you, but our own Milky Way is on a collision course with Andromeda, the closest spiral galaxy to our own. At some point during …

Cosmology

10 Gmail Plugins All Marketing Professionals Should Consider

<i>Do you remember the early days of email, when everything was much simpler?</i>Back then, it was exciting to receive an email. Today, this isn’t typically …

Productivity

Here's how much of the population is considered middle class in 15 major US cities — and what they earn

In San Diego, the share of adults living in middle-income households fell from 53% to 50% in the last 14 years. Dancestrokes/Shutterstock<p>The American middle class is losing ground.<p>According to the Pew Research Center, which recently analyzed the size and economic well-being of lower, middle, and …