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What are the most awesome technology creations that have changed the world that we live in? Let's start with these.
Can't decide on gifts to buy? What if price is no object? What if you “has opulence”, so to speak? With that in mind, I’ve updated the latest revision of my holiday gift guide for the disgustingly and oppressively wealthy.
I don't need a Chromecast. I don't even know if I have a spare HDMI port. Yet I bought one. Why? Some combination of poor impulse control and sjvn's evil influence.
It had its share of problems, but Apple Maps is back with a vengeance. Powered by some jaw-dropping 3D graphics and enjoying an aggressive multi-platform strategy, Apple is finally set to redefine our geospatial expectations – and take Google down a few notches.
Sales of digital cameras are expected to fall by a quarter this year, but sales of cameras with interchangeable lenses -- CSCs and DSLRs -- are growing, and so are sales of premium fixed-lens cameras such as water/shockproof cameras
How did Jeff Bezos build a company that began selling mail-order books and today handles myriad products, while also being the dominant player in cloud computing? Brad Stone seeks the answers in this insightful book.
Fans prove eager to use smartphones, tablets to access interactive content during matches using custom large-scale WiFi system – but will it keep them from staying home instead?
Humans are social creatures who will always use the technology of the day to exchange information and ideas, argues Tom Standage in this wide-ranging and informative book.
Bill aims to protect cord-cutters and those watching online video from suffering bandwidth limitations imposed by carriers. But the bill has some other elements that may ultimately cause it to fail.
We round up the best Bluetooth mini speakers we have found to rock the world around you with crisp clear sound.
I want a few things from my tech gadgets and providers. Here are my top desires.
Science writer Simon Singh has written books on alternative medicine, the origin of the universe, cryptography and Fermat's Last Theorem. Here he takes a light-hearted look at the mathematical jokes hidden in the longest-running show in US television history.
The National Museum of Computing at Bletchley Park has taken delivery of "one of the first mass-produced business computers," a 1960s ICT 1301 known as Flossie. In her prime, she was futuristic enough to appear in The Man With The Golden Gun, Doctor Who, and Blake's 7.
You might think 3D TV had died a painful death, and I'd have agreed… until I saw Ultra-D. It's glasses-free 3D TV that works with any almost content, from old 480i/p broadcast TV to Blu-ray, including iOS and console games.
According to neuroscientist and entrepreneur Jeff Stibel, the overgrown internet will eventually collapse to an efficient configuration and develop intelligence.