Smartphone manufacturer HTC has announced “Power to Give,” a new initiative that harnesses the collective processing …
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I say “you” in the headline, but you and I both know that we’re talking about your spouse here.
Ars Technica’s Ron Amadeo has a thoroughly thorough roundup of the things that Google is either known to be working on or believed to be working on this year.
One kid really likes her playstoiton3.
A government regulatory upgrade would require child car seats to protect children from both injury and death in side-impact crashes.
Hi, my name is Doug and I’m worth a small fortune to the pharmaceutical industry.
Look at you: all slumped over in your office chair. You look like a human banana, if I’m being completely honest. That can’t be good for your back.
This prosthetic arm can be produced in around six hours.
We still don’t know a lot about the specific causes of SIDS, but there’s hope that new monitoring technology can help parents better combat it.
Bluetooth and a new app make its coaching more personal.
Reports claim students were required to build PS4s to receive course credit.
You can buy an inexpensive pedometer to gauge your steps, but a slew of new self-tracking devices are available that do so much more.