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  • CNET expands into print publishing
  • CNET expands into print publishing
    Sean Winters (2007) ©
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CNET expands into print publishing

A grinning LL Cool J stands in front of a red backdrop, with headlines like ‘Confessions of a smartphone thief’ and ‘Big or bigger? Which iPhone 6 is the right fit?’ drifting in the foreground. This is the face of online tech outlet CNET’s first foray into print publishing. 

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