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From Floppy disks to instant cameras, some people are just not ready to give up on outmoded technology
Including goggles that emit a soft blue glow and a humidifier that scents your bedroom using ultrasonic vibrations.
Loon Labs's Looncup, crushing it on Kickstarter now, takes the fear of accidents out of your monthly cycle.
The sleek, super-slim laptop doubles as a tablet and works with touch, a 'pen' stylus or a mouse.
There are a ton of products sold around Americans' love for wine. There are only a few you need to own.
The Skarp razor cuts hair with a little laser.
Ahoy, ocean adventure for all. Meet OpenROV Trident, the sea spelunking hobby bot of your Jacques Cousteau dreams.
Here are the latest rumblings on the long-anticipated tablet's potential screen size, release date and features.
Internet of Things
By 2025, the connectivity of our physical world to the Internet could be worth more than $11 trillion per year, according to a new report. To get there, the industry will need to evolve.
Richard Branson didn't care that Ring tanked on Shark Tank. He invested millions anyway.
A big private event booking in San Francisco set for early September has fueled more speculation.
When it's time to treat yourself, we've got some suggestions.
Far Out Tech
The groundbreaking haptic wearable also delivers texts, turn-by-turn directions and ebook readouts, all by touch alone.
Irked by the sound of keys clinking together? So is California entrepreneur Vince Ho.
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