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Google Glass throws open its doors to developers

Google hopes to entice programmers to its Glass Developer Kit with offline access and demos, from real-time word translation to exercise tracking.

By Nov. 19, 2013


How to bring back Google Maps in iOS 6

iOS 6 ushered in a new mapping app, kicking Google Maps off your home screen and straight to the curb. If you find yourself missing Google Maps, there are a few ways to bring it back.

By Sep. 20, 2012


Use your iPhone to find or track bike routes

Map your rides with iMapMyRide, a free GPS app for the iPhone.

By Jul. 21, 2011


Google Earth 6.2 seamlessly stitches over mismatched patchwork

Unsightly mosaic artifacts no longer mar Google Earth's high-altitude views. But for an even more singular look at the planet, check Flickr's latest NASA contribution.

By Jan. 27, 2012


Google, Nike, Jawbone and the fight to win wearable computing

The market is still young. But companies big and small are positioning themselves to be at the center of the wearable computing business when it explodes.

By May. 2, 2013


Horn Bike goes old-school on your iPhone sound

A bicycle mount brings your iPhone into the gramophone age to passively boosts your two-wheel listening experience.

By Oct. 5, 2011


MSN launches Fitbie, an interactive fitness site

Offering content and meal and fitness plans tailored to individual goals, the new wellness channel on MSN.com could be to personal health what Mint is to personal finance.

By Dec. 1, 2010


Google Maps to add bike maps, directions

Cyclists will be able to use Google Maps to plot directions around 150 U.S. cities when bike directions go live on Google later on Tuesday.

By Mar. 9, 2010


Navigating the changes to Google Maps at I/O 2013

To call the new version of Google Maps a "refresh" or "update" seems like an understatement. The service has been completely overhauled.

By May. 15, 2013


IBM: Mind reading is less than five years away. For real.

As part of its annual list of five-year predictions, Big Blue is suggesting that, among other things, people will be able to utilize computing technology to figure out some of what others are thinking. Also, we'll never need passwords again.

By Dec. 19, 2011