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'Vibranxiety' isn't by itself cause for concern, but it does mean you're probably not being as mindful as you should be of the world around you.
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The Commute-Case electric scooter will also double as an actual briefcase.
Another possibility is a suit that also just happens to be a Wi-Fi hotspot.
Chris Dancy's body is so connected to the world through technology that he might qualify as the world's most complete cyborg.
Breaking up (with incandescent bulbs) can be hard to do. To help ease the pain, Philips unveils a familiar-looking, 40W equivalent LED that "lets people hold onto the light they love ..."
Physicists have gotten a first look at the way electrons spin in a tiny diamond wire, and it could mean big things for computer technology.
The social network's acquisition of the makers of the Oculus Rift headset promises to change the way we experience online media.
Some researchers aren't convinced by the findings due to old data and a possible bias on behalf of the study's writers and participants.
A petulant new poster-product for the sharing economy, Brad is a smart toaster who isn't above acting out and tweeting his frustrations if he feels that he isn't being used enough.
Because the connected home is also an efficiently cooled one, invention start-up Quirky and GE launch the Aros Smart Air Conditioner, a window unit with added brains and good looks.
Introverts rejoice at the launch of a new 'anti-social' media app that can help you avoid unpleasant situations.
How will the Android Wear watches look? Can you install apps? How does the notification system work?
Like with its Office for iPhone app, Microsoft will likely charge users a monthly subscription fee to use the app.
Could this be the beginning of the robot apocalypse? Watch this robot shatter the Rubik's Cube record.
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