Upcoming sunglasses promise to make traffic signals and picking out ripe fruit easier for people with color blindness.
New smartphone app helps color-blind see red as, well, red.
Even as Dots hit 3 million players and 250 million plays, some used an exploit in the old version of the app allowing unfairly high scores. In the new version, those scores are gone.
Google Reader will be shut down as of July 1, but never fear. Here are eight desktop and laptop alternatives to keep track of your favorite Web site updates.
Dual-purpose polarized shades currently making a run on Indiegogo combine earbuds and eyewear, which could be especially nice for the active crowd. Crave's Leslie Katz gives them a listen.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg yucks it up in an awkward interview about McDonald's, meeting the prime minister, and why he doesn't like suits -- at least, that's what his half of the conversation suggests.
To color-blind CNET copy editor Jeff Sparkman, different shades look alike or just altogether wrong, which makes it hard to delineate colors on his monitor. Can this little program make things easier?
Using a SETI-at-home-like distributed-processing system and a challenging puzzle game, researchers at McGill University are hoping to use human brainpower to map genetic codes.
IE remains the most widely used browser, and version 8 is much safer than its predecessors; these six free add-ons help IE 8 users avoid malware and other Web dangers.
KeyRight keyboard has color-coded finger zones that will help with learning to type accurately.