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A hair extension interwoven with sensors would allow users to secretly open and control smartphone apps.
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Google tweaks search results to include Web site background information from its Knowledge Graph, making it harder to be misled.
Now that Google has a key to our home, it's poised to take smart appliances to new heights. But -- well, good luck maneuvering the messy and disjointed Internet of things.
Researchers at Harvard have created a 3D-printing nozzle smaller than the width of a human hair to make microscopic lithium-ion batteries.
A new game on iOS and Android sees you exploring an augmented reality maze, using the technology in new and exciting ways.
The FCC unanimously votes to take comments on a proposal that would auction off 500MHz worth of wireless spectrum for in-flight Wi-Fi, greatly adding to capacity and speed of the service.
Scientists have created a 3D-printed cartilage ear with an antenna that extends hearing far beyond the normal human range.
In calling for greater use of portable electronic devices on airplanes during flights, Julius Genachowski notes that mobile devices have become "increasingly interwoven" in people's lives.
Industrial design studio Mike & Maaike poaches the world's most expensive necklaces through Google and renders them in pixelated leather.