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Today we've got mood-sensing blankets, hoverbikes (no mood-sensing blanket required to guess how we feel), the Wii U's future, Space Quest, Android L, and your feedback on that space capsule.
As Samsung and Apple work to track your health in new ways, Google tracks where you parked the car. Also, Vine gets a website and Twitter tests a mute button.
At Mobile World Congress, Samsung debuts the Galaxy S5 with fingerprint and heart-rate sensors, Gear 2 smartwatches, and the health-focused Gear Fit. But Samsung's not the only one this week showing off smarter wristbands.
Clear Channel's digital arm fires up an on-demand talk radio feature in beta that lets listeners shuffle user-generated shows made on Spreaker into their mix.
Business news becomes a bigger focus for LinkedIn, the Start button could return to Windows, and a NASA spacecraft will send your name to Mars.
The first apps for Google Glass include breaking news, the Galaxy S4 could have a 3D camera, and Facebook "likes" can reveal more than you realize.
Here are the most popular products getting the most attention from readers on CNET.
There may be no need to turn off electronics during a flight takeoff, Android users could see software updates soon, and a low-cost box arrives for Google TV.
Microsoft and NYPD launch a smart surveillance system, a texting competition gives touch screens the cold thumb, and McKayla is not impressed with this show.
Would you be swayed by a cheap Android gaming console? Plus, we discuss Russia's proposed plan to censor the internet and Apple's fall from environmental grace.