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The new magazine will focus on life with tech rather than gadget reviews and industry gossip.
For the 2016 summer issue of our magazine, we meet up with Star Trek's Zoe Saldana, get an inside look at Tesla's secretive electric car factory and offer up the best apps for traveling overseas.
Funn Magazine claims to be the "world's first holographic magazine." It's turned to crowdfunding to help pay for its first issue, but is it worth the price of admission?
Ashley discusses an augmented-reality-enhanced print magazine and explains why a robot laser snake might be good for fixing pipes in tough places.
With a wave of your smartphone or tablet, the pages of Funn Magazine reveal a new dimension of imagery. The futuristic publication is now raising funds on Kickstarter.
Zip up your coat, lace your boots and grab your camera -- we tell you how to get the best photos in the face of Mother Nature's extreme moods.
This holiday season is loaded with magic: a new "Star Wars" film, Disney's updated Infinity video game and scores of hot tech gifts for the gadget hounds in your life.
As comics become more mainstream, digital platforms trade mystique for accessibility.
The DC/CW panels in Ballroom 20 at Comic-Con doled out some details about the shows before they roll out this fall and showed off a lot of cast camaraderie, too.