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Use Sideplayer for Chrome to watch YouTube videos in an overlay

Want to watch videos without switching tabs in your browser? Sideplayer will help you get distracted by cat videos (or whatever else) on the same screen.

By October 2, 2015


Use Overlay Blocker to close pop-up overlays in Chrome

This Chrome extension adds a button to your right-click menu, providing a quick and consistent way to close annoying overlays.

By December 5, 2014


Using HoloLens, Microsoft overlays physical robot with holographic robot

At Build 2015, Microsoft shows how HoloLens integrates digital objects with real-world objects in a single environment.

April 29, 2015


Chrome extension provides easy button to close overlay pop-ups

BehindTheOverlay provides a consistent button and keyboard shortcut to close those annoying website overlays.

By June 10, 2014


You'll actually want to read Hyundai's augmented-reality owner's manual

New Hyundai cars bring the owner's manual into the digital world with some very cool augmented-reality features.

By November 17, 2015


Rare Fallout 4 glitch leaves player without a head

After a skirmish with one of Fallout 4's bad guys, one player steps into the third person to discover he's missing an important body part.

By November 17, 2015


Apple Pay lands in Canada with a tiny step

It gets started with only American Express, and even then, Amex cards issued by Canadian banks won't support Apple's mobile payments service.

By November 17, 2015


Asus mulls HoloLens augmented-reality glasses of its own

The PC maker's chairman is talking with Microsoft about becoming the first outside company to build a version of Microsoft's glasses that overlay digital images on the real world.

By October 19, 2015


Thumbs-up plus smiley face for EmojiWorks' physical emoji keyboard

Typing tacos and middle fingers is about to get easier with the EmojiWorks Emoji Keyboard, a physical Bluetooth keyboard that lets you type the popular little symbols much faster.

By November 5, 2015


Sling TV brings inexpensive live TV to Google's cheap Chromecast streamer (hands-on)

Now you can watch live TV for as little as $20 per month on a dongle that sells for $35. Sling TV, the Internet-based TV service with channels like ESPN, AMC and TNT, is now on the Chromecast.

By November 3, 2015