Technically Incorrect: In the UK, some stores use receipts printed using thermal printers, but the text can fade quickly.
If you've been worried about those crow's feet or the wrinkles under your eyes, you'll want to check out this silicone-based polymer that can smooth out your skin in a subtle way.
Researchers show off a gel that temporarily tightens skin and has both cosmetic and medical uses; also, Hyperloop One completes its first test on the road to ultra-fast, futuristic transportation.
Most Android phones come with pre-installed apps. Sharon Profis shows you how to make them go away, on "You're Doing it All Wrong.
After attracting accolades at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show, these gadgets vanished. Are they vaporware?
Technically Incorrect: A Toronto man is lucky that his phone automatically uploads images and videos to a Google account.
Some great movies are going offline at the end of September. Find out what you should watch before October shows up.
The hot social-networking startup is offering customers in the US the opportunity to re-watch photos and videos they've already seen, part of the latest effort to expand its business.
Around 80 titles arrive on US Netflix in August, while 40 disappear. Find out what you should watch.
Technically Incorrect: The site for married cheaters tries to broaden the scope of its offering -- and of your feelings.