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Want to get started with smoke photography? Learn how with this tutorial. All you need is a dSLR, tripod and flash unit.
Three decades after Apple's Macintosh was born, a prototype machine with a 5.25-inch "Twiggy" floppy-disk drive gets fired up in front of members of the original Mac development team.
The Australian WikiLeaks Party is unravelling after it directed its voting preferences to right-wing parties, with two major members resigning.
It's only a research project now, but Canon can see for its super-sensitive sensor in nighttime jobs like astronomy and security. It can record by the light of a crescent moon.
The online artisan e-commerce site updates its Prohibited Items list, banning "the sale of human bones" and certain thermometers because of the "corrosive and toxic properties of mercury."
"Love," Cirque du Soleil's celebration of The Beatles at The Mirage Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, is marking its five-year run this month with a series of special events, including a fresh peek backstage.
CNET reporter Dong Ngo returns home to celebrate the new year in his remote village and discovers that technology has dramatically changed the way people there interact with one another--and long-held customs.
The promise of Carrie Bradshaw dumping Apple for an HP PC is not realized in "Sex and the City 2." Instead, her old Macbook Pro is seen and the iPhone is not shown in the best light.
The 'USB Fragrance Burner'
A single tap of the phone's dedicated lotus-leaf button will load a private, customizable, animated altar. The idea is to let Buddhists perform their dedications and rituals conveniently when away from home.