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This Wearable Promises to Get You Out of Bed With Electric Shocks

What's a surefire way to break your snooze button habit? The threat of electrocution.

The Slow, Sad Death of Yahoo

Look back at over two decades of turmoil at a company that once sat atop the World Wed Web, and weep.

San Francisco Demands Uber and Lyft Drivers Get Business Licenses

Not only are these licenses not free, but you'll be charged for years you previously drove without one.

Use of Internet on Desktops Is Declining

People are doing a lot on their mobile devices, but rather than supplementing their desktop use, mobile interest seems to be supplanting it.

Facebook Unveils 'Surround 360' Video Capture System

The rig boasts 17 synchronized cameras: 14 along its edge, plus one fish-eye camera at the top and two on the bottom.

Is the 'Uber for Women' Startup a Lawsuit Waiting to Happen?

Chariot will only employ women as drivers, while only women and children under 13 can request rides.

SpaceX Achieves First Successful Rocket Landing at Sea

After several failed previous attempts, the company landed its Falcon 9 rocket on a platform in the Atlantic Ocean.

Toyota, Microsoft Launch Connected Cars Joint Venture

The $5.5 million investment is yet another sign that connected cars are the way of the future.

FCC's Broadband 'Nutrition' Labels Aim to Clarify Speed, Price

Internet services will soon have a label with a breakdown similar to the nutrition facts on groceries.

Toyota Patents Smart Windshield Tech So You Never Have to Take Your Eyes Off the Road

The Japanese automaker's system dynamically moves driver information around to the optimal spot.

Twitter Makes Images More Accessible for Visually Impaired

Beginning today, Twitter's apps for iOS and Android allow users to add text descriptions to images in tweets.

Uber Recruiting Engineers With a Video Game in Vehicles

The ride-sharing service has been offering a game called Code on the Road to its riders in certain geographic areas.

Average Snapchat Users Spend 25 to 30 Minutes on App Each Day

Snapchat wants more television advertisers to take notice, so it has a number of new figures to show just how addicted its users are.

Dyson Rumored to Be Developing Electric Car Funded by British Government

This is one of many instances of the company branching out beyond vacuum cleaners.

Redbox Close to Launching Its Second Attempt at a Streaming Service

Redbox Digital will offer streams for purchase or rent, as opposed to Netflix's unlimited model.