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You'll soon be able to embrace your inner Bones McCoy. Decades after "Star Trek" made the small device that could scan for vital signs famous, the medical tricorder is ready for prime time.
Apple's CEO insists that Apple has not lost its cool but declines to comment on those rumored products that many expect to help the company maintain that status.
Intel's CEO doesn't seem keen on the idea of enabling a chip competitor like Apple. But that could change after he leaves.
Zynga has its 2013 game pipeline largely set. Will FarmVille 2.0 be part of it?
We all know what's coming, but Nokia's banners outside the CES convention center veil a secret that no longer exists.
During an event for Logitech's new Revue Google TV box, Google has little to share regarding its plans for ads in Google TV or data-sharing policies.
There will definitely be an option to download some basic games, but Microsoft is hedging on whether it will offer more options in time for the product's fall launch.
Ted Ullyot declines to say what he'd do about those pesky Beacon complaints--or whether he'd follow Microsoft's lead and petition the government about the Wall Street fiasco.
An Aston Martin DB5 once own by famed Beatle George Harrison in 1965, was sold at auction in London on Wednesday for more than half a million dollars.
A rare, original "Pink Panther" and one of six cars from the movie "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" will be on the auction block Oct. 14.