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First Look at the Swivl

Swivl founder Brian Lamb demonstrates the company's new robotic cameraman.

By January 10, 2012


Police use Facebook to inform mother of her son's death

Police in Georgia say they tried traditional methods to contact Anna Lamb-Creasey before resorting to Facebook. She doesn't get the message for weeks, as it didn't come from a friend.

By February 20, 2013


Hands-on: Swivl, with which your iPhone becomes your cameraman

Smile! Swivl's camera dock turns your iPhone into a tracking device.

By January 12, 2012


Lenovo takes brave step back into consumer PC's

Lenovo has opted to jump back into the consumer market - a market where its predecessor IBM fell flat. But are its new machines, pitched as premium models, mutton dressed as lamb?

By January 9, 2008


Ring light, camera, action...

The cool thing about a ring flash is that it gives you enough light to forgo the tripod, which means you can chase butterflies around the garden and frolic in the spring sunshine like a newborn lamb with a digital SLR around its neck

By April 13, 2007


Listen to a recording from 1878

Using 3D mapping, scientists at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory have been able to unlock the audio secrets hidden in a piece of foil from 1878.

By October 28, 2012


This Military 6666 Nissan Silvia is the stuff dreams are made of

People have their own tastes, but Satomi Nakawatase's Nissan Silvia is cool no matter who you are.

By August 7, 2013


YouTube swoons at live lip-dub marriage proposal

With more than 3 million views in three days, the world is moved by an actor's extraordinary lip-dub spectacle that shows you really do need 60 people to help you propose to the woman you love.

By May 28, 2012


How EA plans to make customers happy. Really

Long a punching bag for consumer advocates and disgruntled gamers, EA is amid a transformation that could yield improvements next year, according to its head of customer service.

By December 21, 2012


Amazon hitches e-copy to that book you bought in 1995

New MatchBook program offers Kindle editions of print books that Amazon customers purchased as early as the online store's first days. For now, the list is limited and could cost up to $2.99 per title.

By September 3, 2013