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Apple iPad Air 2

Apple is mum on details of the next iPad, but there are a few things we can safely speculate about.

September 26, 2014

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Head-up displays: Coming soon to a windshield near you (Next Big Thing, Episode 10)

Head-up displays are about to become mainstream; TV airwaves are about to make room for mobile data instead; and implanted wireless technology offers freedom from paralysis.

By September 24, 2014

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How to restore an iPhone after the botched iOS 8.0.1 update

A bug in Apple's release of iOS 8.0.1 has broken iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus devices. Here's how you can fix them.

By September 24, 2014

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Meet Ello, the social network that wants to be the anti-Facebook

The website has only been available to the public for a little over a month, but it's already gaining attention among tech elite.

By September 28, 2014

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SNL mocks Marvel's ability to make a hit out of anything

"Guardians Of the Galaxy" star Chris Pratt helps "Saturday Night Live" prove that Marvel's next superhero blockbuster could be "Bus People" or "Pam."

By September 28, 2014

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Navy's next-gen combat ship set to sail (pictures)

The US Navy christens the first of three cutting-edge Zumwalt-class destroyers

8 Images By April 16, 2014

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Misfire! Apple yanks botched iOS 8.0.1 update

UPDATED: Apple has issued a "workaround" for its most recent update to iOS 8 which aimed to fix issues like "unexpected cellular data usage" when receiving text messages.

By September 24, 2014

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Dayton B652-AIR: Dirt-cheap speakers aren't supposed to sound like this

The Audiophiliac checks out Dayton's B652-AIR, and thinks cheap speakers never sounded this good!

By September 27, 2014

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Apple Watch

Apple's first big leap into wearable tech comes next year. Here's all you need to know, and how it feels.

September 11, 2014

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'Invisibility cloak' uses lenses to bend light

A device called the Rochester Cloak uses an array of lenses to bend light, effectively rendering what is on the other side invisible to the eye. And you can try it for yourself.

By September 28, 2014