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From DNA medical treatments to digital guardians, IBM's annual "5 in 5" list looks at the things that will change our lives in the next five years.
We drive the mooted street circuit, taking in London's biggest sights.
Dock your Facebook, Twitter feed, a YouTube video, or any Web page you'd like in a panel as you go about your day using Chrome.
This month, Andrew Noakes looks at F1's turbocharged past.
Eco-friendly iPad case maker Frederick James has turned Bernie Madoff's auctioned pants into limited-edition iPad sleeves. The sleeves cost up to $500, making them a questionable investment.
In the crowded exhibition halls of CES, the United States Postal Service serves up a little anachronism.
U.K. students calculate a math formula for just the right proportion of tree decorations. Their efforts won't win a Nobel Prize, but they do add up to a bit of festive fun.
JP Morgan claims the iPhone 5 could contribute a quarter to a half of the percent of the entire nation's GDP! Aunt Jill Schlesinger from CBS Moneywatch helps us make sense of that figure, and she'll also tell us why the economy's about to leap off a fiscal cliff.
Compared to Apple's Siri, IBM's Watson is a speech recognition genius. But the tech is too big and powerful to cram into a mobile device. That's about to change.
Confused about Facebook's blockbuster acquisition of photo-sharing app Instagram? Here's what you need to know about the deal and why it made sense for both companies.