With various spy gadgets on the retail shelves, surveillance tech isn't just for secret agents anymore.
Pictures posted with Wickr self-destruct after 24 hours.
Skype has kicked off the first preview of its real-time translation service for spoken English and Spanish.
Don't tell the kids, but the optical character recognition software of PhotoMath could alter homework forever. Continue reading →
An app called the Distributed Electronic Cosmic-Ray Observatory allows smartphone owners to detect high-energy particles.
Sensors and an app guides your asanas.
Chinese Internet search giant Baidu has invented chopsticks that tell consumers whether the food in front of them is safe to eat.
As the U.S. Open plays out in New York, we take a look at the surprisingly wide world of tennis technology.
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