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Immortalize yourself on a brick in the Nikola Tesla Museum

A new Indiegogo campaign lets you get your name or a short phrase (or even a haiku!) on a brick in the upcoming museum for the storied inventor.

By September 28, 2014

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Roku hits 10 million sales milestone

Roku's streaming-media boxes are among the most popular in a growing field of rivals, but the rare glimpses of its sales suggest some slowing momentum.

By September 15, 2014

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What would happen if there were no more sharks?

PBS YouTube series "It's Okay to be Smart" dives into what would happen if there were no more sharks in the world, but leaves out that there would be no more "Shark Week."

By August 11, 2014

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Windows 8-Intel tablets with 4G/LTE still scarce in 2014

The Windows-Intel tablet camp still can't deliver 4G widely in a tablet. Let's hope that changes later this year.

By May 4, 2014

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Click and Grow lets you benignly neglect your plants

Just add batteries and keep an eye on the water tank and this smart planter does the rest of the work.

By August 7, 2012

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Use Nextcall to schedule calls, point out neglected contacts on Android

Ever wonder how often you contact someone in your address book?

By June 15, 2012

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Andy Hertzfeld blasts Apple over Mac Pro neglect, 'bloated price'

Apple's Web site listed the Mac Pro as new in wake of WWDC keynote, but Hertzfeld says it got just an "inconsequential processor clock bump" and "seems like it's stuck in time in 2010."

By June 12, 2012

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'Desktops are not dead,' says HP's chief

CEO Meg Whitman touts Hewlett-Packard's ability to offer a wide range of computing devices -- and teases a laptop-tablet combo coming for consumers.

By December 11, 2013

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Sundance films take on Net addiction, life of Aaron Swartz

Several documentaries competing in the upcoming Sundance Film Festival pan in on tech's darker sides.

By December 5, 2013

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Should Apple countersue parents for neglecting their kids?

A judge has decided that a case in which parents accuse Apple of making it too easy for kids to make in-app purchases can go forward. But is legal action the right approach?

By April 19, 2012