Asleep at the wheel seems to be Cnet's current state of affairs. After mucking up their RSS feeds with content spamming, they have now gone a step further and sent all the feeds to la-la land. Actually they are rolling out a new version of the site (er.. beta types) and apparently nobody in their team has realised that all the feeds are broken now. I was going to rant about how they should have done a proper redirect, but I will hold that one back for now. Still, more than 24 hours is too long in the beginning of the week for things to still remain broken.Update: It has been fixed now. Thank you!