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Will Microsoft’s Smartwatch Be a Success?

They may be a little late to the game, but all signs point to Microsoft making the best smartwatch yet. And it won’t be powered by Windows.

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The Anonabox Could Make Online Privacy a Reality, But So Can You

Is TOR the answer for protecting our sensitive information on the Internet?

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Selfie 2.0: HTC’s RE Camera Will Change the Way We Snap Photos

HTC unveils a new camera that works in conjunction with our smartphones — it also looks nothing like a camera.

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New Study Suggests Hands-Free Communication is Dangerous

Once thought to be a safer alternative to holding your phone while driving, hands-free systems are now considered to be a major distraction.

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Are the Days of Cable TV Numbered?

Sports fans have been hesitant to cut the cord, but the NBA just made things interesting.

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Marriott Teleports Visitors to Virtual Vacation with Oculus Virtual Reality Technology

Are you longing to go somewhere far, far away, but just can’t afford it? The costs of vacation travel sometimes hold us back from getting the heck out of Dodge when we need it the most. But what if you could believe you’re in another place, even if you can’t get there in reality, even […]

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Meet the Apple Store’s New Neighbor: Microsoft

Microsoft is about to give Apple’s Fifth Avenue store some competition.

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Is There Such a Thing as Budget Premium Smartphones?

A lot of people are spending big bucks to get their hands on a new iPhone 6, but is it possible to get a phone of equal quality for half the price?

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Should You Cut the Cable TV Cord?

Roku just sold its 10 millionth streaming player in the US; is it time to buy one and get rid of cable TV?

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Wash It, Stretch it, Even Shoot It – Wearable Tech Just Got a Lot More Wearable

Scientists have yet to be the targets of TMZ cameras for their avant-garde fashion statements. Nevertheless, in the world of technology, new “Fabric Circuit Boards” may become all the rage. Most digital devices made today use PCBs – printed circuit boards – while wearable technology is yet limited to smartwatches and Google Glass. However, researchers […]

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