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Autodesk's free educational app is intended to help kids discover science and engineering--but mostly it's just "Incredible Machine"-style fun.
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The list of Kinect tweaks continues with a new one that takes user motions and applies them for use in existing Web applications like Adobe's Flash player.
Our Weekly Utilities Update report is a list of all the updates for many Mac utilities that have been released in the past week.
The only bad thing about tidal power is that it's largely experimental at the moment. But that could change.
The much-awaited self-lacing shoes from "Back to the Future, Part II" may come into existence soon.
Sony has warned Android enthusiasts off breaking into its latest smart phone, the mighty Xperia Z1.
For its own celebration of the Mac's birthday, Apple creates an ad featuring designers and creators who all benefited from the Mac's worldwide democratization of creativity.
Google tells prospective Glass buyers: "That's all, folks." Well, for now, that is.