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Amazon Turns to Robots to Help Fill Holiday Orders
Robotics

Amazon Turns to Robots to Help Fill Holiday Orders

The online retailing giant has installed more than 15,000 robots across 10 U.S. warehouses, a move that promises to get packages out the door more quickly in the run-up to Christmas.
10 Gadgets That Make Awesome Holiday Gifts
Gadgets

10 Gadgets That Make Awesome Holiday Gifts

Not sure what tech gifts to buy for the holidays? No worries. We have you covered.
Emily Price
Prepare Your Network for Employees' Inevitable Cyber Monday Shopping
Cyber Security

Prepare Your Network for Employees' Inevitable Cyber Monday Shopping

The reality each year on Cyber Monday is that billions are spent online during office hours. You're wise to watch for bandwidth traffic jams and security threats.
Ken Allen
5 Low-Tech Ways to Throttle Time-Sucking Mobile Devices So You Can Concentrate
Distractions

5 Low-Tech Ways to Throttle Time-Sucking Mobile Devices So You Can Concentrate

Sometimes, the killer productivity app is the off switch.
Larry Alton
Why Competitors Should Collaborate More on Cyber Security Issues
Cyber Security

Why Competitors Should Collaborate More on Cyber Security Issues

More companies should follow the lead of a financial industry consortium that shares information to avoid security risks.
Eric Basu
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Samsung Just Gave the Disabled a Way to Click a Mouse With Their Eyes
Disabilities

Samsung Just Gave the Disabled a Way to Click a Mouse With Their Eyes

The second-generation Eyecan+ technology was tested today.
Carly Okyle
The Fitting Room of the Future Has Arrived
Far Out Tech

The Fitting Room of the Future Has Arrived

One major retailer is testing out full-length dressing room mirrors that double as websites as tech invades yet another sphere of shopping.
Phil Wahba
With Competition Heating Up, Sony to Cut TV, Smartphone Lineup
Profits

With Competition Heating Up, Sony to Cut TV, Smartphone Lineup

The Japanese tech giant sees growth in PlayStation, image sensors.
E-Cig Chargers Could Infect Computer With Malware
Malware

E-Cig Chargers Could Infect Computer With Malware

What's supposedly better for your lungs may not be healthy for your hard drive.
Carly Okyle
Google Launches Interactive Games on Times Square's Biggest Billboard Ever
Outdoor advertising

Google Launches Interactive Games on Times Square's Biggest Billboard Ever

The search giant is the first company in the world to rent out the football field-sized screen -- with a tenure that will last throughout the ever-critical holiday shopping season.
Geoff Weiss
For Commercial Drones, the Biggest Questions Remain Unanswered
Drones

For Commercial Drones, the Biggest Questions Remain Unanswered

A legal victory by the FAA and new rumors about pending drone rules bring some clarity to the commercial drone industry, much of it unwelcome.
Clay Dillow
New Google Initiative Enables Ad-Free Browsing on Certain Sites for a Monthly Fee
Online Advertising

New Google Initiative Enables Ad-Free Browsing on Certain Sites for a Monthly Fee

The Contributor program allows users to directly support their favorite sites as opposed to today's mostly ad-funded media model.
Geoff Weiss
Recharge Your Phone in 30 Seconds? This Startup Says It Can.
Smartphones

Recharge Your Phone in 30 Seconds? This Startup Says It Can.

A nanotech company says it has developed technology that can charge a mobile phone in a few seconds and an electric car in minutes.
The 23 Best Business Tools Built By Startups
Tools

The 23 Best Business Tools Built By Startups

These apps could help you run your company more efficiently.
Sujan Patel