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Wired at the Western Wall, where smartphones heighten the holy

Even the ancient city of Jerusalem has been transformed by tech, as visitors to holy sites turn to mobile devices to reach out to God.

By 26 August 2014

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Robots dancing 'Gangnam Style' never gets old

If you've never seen 'bots dancing to Psy's breakout hit, you should. Guaranteed it will make you feel better about the impending robot takeover.

By 8 July 2014

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Control your computer with a smile

A new invention called Percept-D lets you click and scroll around the screen with facial movements, and even play games hands-free.

By 2 July 2014

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ScenePast reels you in with film sites then and now

Want to know what a street corner from the 1958 movie "Vertigo" looks like today? Take a click through this cool app for movie buffs.

By 25 June 2014

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DARPA is halfway to creating Spider-Man

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has been driven up a wall -- a vertical glass wall -- with new tech inspired by geckos (and probably Stan Lee).

By 11 June 2014

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Today's teens react as '90s kids ride the Internet's waves

"Surf's up! See you on the 'net!" A group of today's teenagers can hardly believe the Internet of yore, or the hokey way it's described in this tutorial from 1997.

By 2 June 2014

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Surfing the Net all day? Wear this hoodie and sweats

Artist Cory Arcangel makes a statement with his new clothes for Internet fiends, but wearers can decide for themselves what the line means for them.

By 13 May 2014

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Affirmative! 'Doctor Who' fans reenact favorite moments

From Weeping Angels to Dalek battles, fans the world over dress up as the Doctor to re-create their favorite moments from the hit series.

By 22 April 2014

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New Joss Whedon film debuts online for $5

The man behind "Buffy The Vampire Slayer" and the "Avengers" films has a new supernatural drama out on Vimeo.

By 21 April 2014

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How into a game are you? This Xbox controller knows

A 3D-printed module attached to an Xbox 360 controller lets it evaluate your emotions and may one day make for games that are more interactive than ever.

By 8 April 2014