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Apple's expected wearable should finally be debuting next week. Here's how it could have an edge on anything that came before.
Make sure you're not communicating more than you intend to when sharing files and uploading images by excising some of the data about your data.
MIT scientists have created a transparent screen using silver nanoparticles for an augmented reality display.
Lots of interest, a lot of caution, and not much worth buying...yet. This is what we saw in wearables at this year's CES.
Mad Magazine presents an Apple-inspired view of the New Yorker's iconic cover looking across the Sea of Galilee toward Kuala Lumpur.
The growth of wearables is increasing but, it's unclear whether they'll become the next "smart" platform, as was discussed during a panel event hosted by the MIT/Stanford Venture Lab.
What if all the hottest trends and products from this year's CES became part of our daily lives? Here's a look at the life you may be leading three years from now.
A Michigan newspaper writer was criticized for quoting public tweets without asking permission from their writers. To those who cried foul: What don't you understand about the word 'public'?
While it remains unclear exactly how microwave radiation from cell phones may increase brain cancer risk, researchers advise reducing exposure until longer-term effects can be tested.
Our hilarious Internet video of the day is also a disturbingly meta metaphor for what's got to be happening if the FCC would just roll over and approve a Comcast-NBCU merger 4-1, like they did today: walking headlong into the fountain. Hello, content balkanization! What could possibly go wrong? Also in the news, Steve Jobs on medical leave again, get your info off Facebook, for god's sakes, and why everybody hates Netflix. --Molly