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Just two days before the largest earthquake in Japan's recorded history, Cyberdyne showed off its new Hal-5 suit at the inaugural International Forum on Cybernics 2011 in Tokyo.
Fans don't have to try turning their computers on and off again, now that Hulu and Hulu Plus are debuting the long-awaited last episode of the British geek comedy series "The IT Crowd."
Advanced Android camera apps are on the cards as Google reveals raw shooting and burst mode are already secretly built into Android.
He designed more than 400 buildings, but his only tall office tower is in a small Oklahoma town. CNET Road Trip 2014 took the journey to Bartlesville to see the master's interpretation of the skyscraper.
Rebuilt software plumbing in Android should give new power to camera apps -- once Google makes the interface available to other programmers besides its own.
Still grappling with the Fukushima nuclear crisis, Japan is belatedly developing a robotic exoskeleton for first responders.
Netflix rolls out a gamelike interface called Max -- the "child of Siri and HAL 9000" -- to recommend movies and shows.
Ivee Sleek is great when it works and extremely annoying when it doesn't, which was often enough to negate its overall convenience and value.
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Feast restaurant in New York gets a slew of one-star reviews on Google after one customer is asked to remove her Google Glass.
Ray Kurzweil, the man who promises "Singularity" between man and machine, speaks of it as being a wonderful thing. But is it? Even remotely?