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Google helps win new roles for women -- in emoji form

The search giant works with Unicode to create emoji women who do more than wear princess crowns, get hair cuts and wear wedding dresses.

By 15 July 2016


Audible channels a new subscription service for short-form programming

The ​lineup of shows will span topics from politics to food to sports, along with curated readings from news outlets.

By 8 July 2016


Formlabs Form 2 3D Printer

Incredibly expensive, the Formlabs Form 2 3D Printer is only worth the investment for those with very specific needs and deep pockets.

By 4 December 2015

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LG SH7B offers cinema thrills in a compact form factor

The LG SH7B is a $400 soundbar which offers excellent movie performance, sleek design and a wealth of connection options.

By 27 June 2016


IBM forms medical-imaging collaborative to battle major diseases

The Watson Health initiative taps "cognitive imaging" tech to help doctors worldwide tackle breast cancer, diabetes and eye and heart disease and more.

By 23 June 2016


Donald Trump says rude retweets are 'a modern-day form of fighting back'

Technically Incorrect: In his long-awaited interview with Fox News' Megyn Kelly, Trump regrets (almost) his retweeting alacrity.

By 18 May 2016


Boaty McBoatface will set sail after all -- in the form of a drone sub

A new polar research vehicle will be christened the RRS Sir David Attenborough, but will carry a drone submarine with the name suggested by the public.

By 6 May 2016


Will 'The Shining' still terrify audiences in opera form?

Redrum! Stephen King's famed story comes to the stage, minus the blood-filled elevator (we hope).

By 4 May 2016


GameStop forms publishing program to 'revolutionize' the process

Q&A: We talk with a GameStop exec about the new "GameTrust" program and what it means for the company and industry overall.

By 19 April 2016


Fitness trackers take new forms at CES 2016

Health tracking tech is one of the big trends of the Consumer Electronics Show. Fitbit Blaze got plenty of buzz, but other trackers went in a different direction -- and some you don't have to wear on the wrist at all.

By 8 January 2016