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The human body's interaction with ambient electrical fields could transform how we control household electronics.
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How to add surround sound and Internet connectivity to your HDTV, whether you're on a budget or ready to splurge.
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Glued-on labels and misspelled brand names were once dead giveaways to exposing counterfeit designer goods.
Authorities investigating the 2008 crash of Spanair flight 5022 have discovered a central computer system used to monitor technical problems in the aircraft was infected with malware.
Televisions and landlines, once American household fixtures, have shifted from being necessities to castoffs.
PayNearMe has launched a payment system that allows Facebook game players to buy credits for virtual goods at local 7/11 stores around the country.
HelloWallet uses technology to craft personalized advice such as shopping for a bank account, identifying savings opportunities and warning of financial-health threats.
A new strain of adware shows how easy it may be to infect computers signed on to public Wi-Fi networks.
Losing a phone can cost more than the price of a replacement and can lead to identity theft. Follow these simple steps to minimize the fallout.
Intel unveiled new personal energy management system with a single sensor that could reduce household electricity use by one-third.
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