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The sploosh your smartphone makes when it hits the water doesn't have to be the last sound it ever hears. Dry-All's Wet Smartphone Emergency Kit uses a heavy-duty dehumidifier to dry out wet phones in six hours.
Researchers may have found the key to the mystery of ancient flowing water on Mars, but Crave's Eric Mack thinks they've also explained the weird weather in Westeros.
Coming soon to a merchant near you: Poynt will let you decide how to pay for in-store purchases.
How do space agencies keep the International Space Station from smelling like a sweaty locker room? NASA engineer Robert Frost and retired astronaut Clayton C. Anderson reveal a few secrets.
Luxury marques Vertu and Bentley have teamed up for a phone, while Amazon is delivering your stuff on the same day.
A JetBlue passenger in Philadelphia claims she was kicked off the flight for tweeting about the pilot's sobriety test.
In a noteworthy test of photo and video image quality, Apple's new iPhones bump aside Samsung, Sony and Nokia.
From critical exploits to the tiniest bug, many security holes receive a tracking number through the US government. The system is being revamped to handle the ever-growing number of bugs, but the cure could create problems of its own.
There's a mysterious white building being built at the site of Apple's Tuesday event. Fashion bloggers have been invited. Ergo?
A teacher is reprimanded by her California school district after tweets that mentioned her trigger finger was "itchy."