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App of the Day: Paper by FiftyThree

Truly, this is one of the most elegant notebook apps we've ever seen. Period.

By April 24, 2012


Would you let a drone do your holiday work? Survey says yes

Our annual study shows that holiday shoppers are dedicated to shopping online, buying tablets and treating themselves.

By November 28, 2014


Do men and women act the same when mobile gaming?

A survey by Harris Interactive and Amazon studies how the different sexes approach mobile gaming -- one group is more competitive, boastful, and willing to pay for apps.

By April 30, 2014


Social gamers accept marketing for virtual currency

A ComScore-Offerpal Media survey shows that social gamers are willing to be marketed to in order to get free virtual currency. Avoiding scams will be key to making this trend last.

By March 13, 2010


Kids pack in nearly 11 hours of media use daily

A study from the Kaiser Family Foundation shows a "dramatic" rise in the amount of time children and teens spend using entertainment media. But is it all bad?

By January 20, 2010


Report: Twitter still 'missed opportunity' for Fortune 100s

They might be the world's largest companies, but that doesn't mean they understand how best to use the popular microblogging tool, according to a new study.

By November 17, 2009


Following e-voting glitches

Keep track of voting-equipment problems that arise during Election Day, from paper jams to scanner malfunctions to potentially misrecorded votes.

By November 4, 2008


Photos: Teams tune up for 2007 DARPA Urban Challenge

Fifty-three teams are preparing for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency's Urban Challenge, a $2 million military-sponsored race of autonomous vehicles on city roads that's set for November 3.

By June 8, 2007


Dell takes small steps toward Linux

PC maker will certify some corporate machines with Novell's Suse Linux, but stops short of offering pre-installed Linux.

By February 26, 2007


Global execs' take on tech and innovation

A recent survey suggests that technology executives are more bullish about innovation and automation than are their business counterparts.

September 20, 2005