Background updater services showing up may be from duplicate launch agent scripts being used to handle them.
We can't see wireless data with the naked eye, but Casio looks to change that with a new app for iOS devices that uses visible light communication technology.
Florida police should no longer be able to ticket drivers who use their headlights to communicate with other drivers, even if it's to warn them of an upcoming speed trap.
A smart license plate frame outwits red light cameras by making itself too bright for the photo to turn out.
Regular old guitars get a makeover with NeckFX, a replacement neck full of multicolored LEDs designed to shine while you shred.
Ring flashes are the latest trend for cameras.
Mac users can enable their screens to flash for alerts that normally are relayed via sounds. This action can be activated in the Universal Access portion of System Preferences and exists to help people with hearing challenges while using a Mac. Occasional
Adam Harvey's invention includes a small microcontroller, LED lights, and a sensor that detects bright flashes from external sources.
It sounds like a bad acid trip, but on this edition of Planet CNET, we spin in Singapore, get blurred out in France, and witness some mesmerizing flashing lights in the United States.