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Heading into the new year, it wouldn't hurt for the high-tech powers that be to get a little more stupid and crazy. Seriously.
Entrepreneurs at the LeWeb tech conference tell minister Arnaud Montebourg that the country is discouraging entrepreneurs and holding back employment. He responds, "We are not California. We are French."
LeWeb founder Loic Le Meur confirms to CNET that he's been using a third-party tool called GlassTweet to tweet photos.
Software is coming, but the field is so small that even the slightest gains feel like big leaps. From cops with privacy-busting Glass to tricky hacks that empowered Winky, developers and their investors are all over Glass.
An image-forgery detection authority concludes a dramatic video of an eagle trying to carry off a child isn't real but instead is partially computer generated.
Team BlackSheep's TBS Discovery can be piloted long distances because he pilot can see from what's going on from an onboard camera.
Interaxon's headset, called Muse, lets people use mind control to run their computers -- at least for some basic tasks like playing some games and bringing emotion to e-mail.
The European Commission vice president sings the computing industry's praises -- but offers few suggestions to help it solve the EU's economic woes.
Worried that your kids are getting into the liquor cabinet while you're away? A startup hopes remote control and monitoring will ease your mind.
With the acquisition, the Seesmic brand will eventually fade away as Hootsuite decides which of the social media client's features best fit its goals.