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Dyson debuts a refocused air multiplier

This fancy fanless fan blows both hot and cold, but it doesn't come cheap.

By February 12, 2015


Vevo original shows are multiplying -- and getting animated

Streaming service amps up its original content with its biggest programming slate so far, finding visitors spend more time when they have more than just slick music videos to dive into.

By September 23, 2014


The next Apple TV puts company in rare role: Playing catch-up

Apple's Internet-connected-TV device hasn't been updated in three years. A new box, expected Wednesday, will give Apple fans what they've wanted -- and what everyone else already enjoys.

By September 4, 2015


Taylor Swift: How I defeated Apple at 4 a.m.

Technically Incorrect: In a gripping Vanity Fair interview, the singer reveals she wrote her infamous letter about Apple Music in the wee small hours of the morning -- the same time she writes her best songs.

By August 4, 2015


Dyson debuts their updated Air Multiplier

At $299, this top-of-the-line desk fan is cool, but costly.

By March 5, 2014


Are you a fan of Dyson's new air multiplier? (pictures)

Dyson debuts an updated air multiplier -- we'll show you what's new.

6 Images By March 5, 2014


Wearable tech multiplies and goes mainstream at MWC 2014

Whether it's Samsung's Gear gadgets, Sony's SmartBand, or the sci-fi-like Nymi, exciting wearables were in full force at Mobile World Congress.

By February 27, 2014


Ex-FIFA official references Onion article in self-defense on Facebook

Technically Incorrect: Jack Warner, one of the current and former FIFA executives indicted on charges of corruption last week, doesn't know from online satire. John Oliver cannot help laugh at him.

By June 1, 2015


How does Tony Stark's body survive the forces of his Iron Man suit?

By all accounts, flying inside Iron Man's supersuit would do some bodily damage. So how does Stark do it? Nerdist's Kyle Hill has a few thoughts.

By April 15, 2015


Google subtracts MathML from Chrome, and anger multiplies

Because of security and performance issues, Google's browser will rely on a JavaScript workaround, not native support, for showing math equations. That's angered researchers who like the Web standard.

By November 5, 2013