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36 years, 350 concerts, and not one ticket sold. For over three decades, Gannon University's Erie Chamber Orchestra has been presenting high...
TIRED OF THE SAME OLD BORING BOWLING GAME?Here's your chance to bowl across mountains, fields, lakes, fire pits and more! Somewhere hidden in this...
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Download the Kevo app for use with the Kevo Smart Lock made by Kwikset and Weiser.With Kevo, your Smartphone is now your key.No more fumbling for...
Thomas Lee hopes to bring the Internet of Things into the mainstream. If the tech industry can play nice, he may succeed.
Lockmakers Kwikset and Weiser tease a new door lock with Unikey's smartphone-based locking tech.
Known mainly as an innovative games platform, the San Francisco start-up's first product is aimed at fulfilling a 20-year-old vision of computers being everywhere and on every surface.
In the wake of a massive data loss, tales of woe are coming in from those whose devices have suffered a wicked case of amnesia.
New system allows pilots to "see" through dust storms.
Leading privacy and consumer advocates told President-elect Barack Obama's transition team on Tuesday that the Federal Trade Commission needs to step up its regulation of online privacy.
Iconic doll has long been a standard of American homes. Now she's trying to stay alpha girl in a virtual world filled with Webkinz and Bratz. Meet the new Barbie Girls
No, these textiles aren't for stitching up duds on the cheap. Try space exploration, architecture and other high-performance arenas.
No-cameras rule can't dampen media circus, as Web sites offer live short text messages from inside the court.
Tomorrow's computers are going to be in us and like us, leading scientists and engineers in high technology say.