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Aston Martin and Jaeger-LeCoultre introduce the AMVOX2 DB9 Transponder watch, which lets owners of a DB9 open their sports car by simply pressing on the sapphire crystal of their watch.
Ready to get Fit? It's rare to see deals on Nintendo's popular exercise gizmo, but Target slimmed down the price--about 23 dollars' worth.
In earnings call news, only Steve Jobs can give an earnings call this much drama: a five-minute rant on how Android isn't open, but even if it was open, it would still fail, like that oh-so-open Microsoft Plays For Sure. (What?) Plus, the executive shakeups continue at Microsoft. --Molly
Aw, the cutesy little Fiesta's about to get some big boy car tech. Ford has begun fitting Edge and Titanium models with a next-gen rear-view mirror that packs a display to help you reverse park.
Windows 7 slate by Christmas? Seriously? FLO TV really didn't, your iPhone could be our new set top box, Panasonic takes another run at gaming, WebOS could be moving into a mansion, and you've finally got your jet pack, alright? Now stop whining.
Appliances and integrated stacks have long promised to simplify life for IT operations. But it often hasn't worked out that way.
Want to see how that shirt will fit before buying it online? Enlist the aid of a shape-shifting robo-mannequin, part of a new virtual dressing room setup from Estonian start-up Fits.me.