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This nifty system connects your Android phone to your computer's desktop so you can answer phone calls and reply to text messages remotely.
Mattel says a Barbie book that suggests girls can't handle computer code doesn't reflect its brand vision. That won't stop the uproar surrounding the title, which is still available to buy.
To avoid the pain of another Singles Day, a Chinese programmer reportedly organizes an elaborate Apple-centric proposal. Her answer is no.
A South Korean baseball team has installed robots at the stadium that display faces and messages of fans who can't make it to the game.
The pocketable, waterproof, and loud Super-M from NudeAudio met its Kickstarter goal in under a day. Crave's Eric Mack says it's worth waiting for.
Revealed at the Wearable Technologies Conference in San Francisco: the "dirty little secret" of activity trackers and smartwatches is that they're still not worth it.
Samsung argues it didn't copy Apple's patents because Google created the tech first -- says it doesn't "owe Apple a nickel," let alone the $2.2 billion in damages Apple is seeking.
Teachers' representatives in the UK worry that young children don't have some basic motor skills because all they do is swipe all day.
In which the diminutive purple one plays a secret, impromptu four-hour concert in Hollywood, and rails against the death-grip of gadgetry.
In a frank admission about commercial flight safety beyond Earth, the man behind Virgin's flights into space admits there is no margin for error.