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Thursday, November 16th
Building Your Own Personal Cloud
A new device called
lets you quickly and easily create your own backup in the cloud for your mobile devices.
Wednesday, November 15th
Your Headphones Are Becoming Your Running Coach
Need a little guidance on your run? A new personal assistant focused on fitness, called
, is now packed into her own high-tech headphones
Tuesday, November 14th
Taking Music On The Run
If you're looking for a set of headphones to help power you through your next workout,
has a whole new series of its FIT headphones.
Monday, November 13th
Scamming The Scammers
A new chatbot called
tries to turn the tables on internet scammers by wasting their time.
Thursday, November 9th
Stepping into a certain spot in a store or a museum could allow you to hear things that people just a few feet away can't hear, thanks to technology from a Massachusetts company.
Wednesday, November 8th
Putting VR To Work Recruiting The Next Generation of Navy SEALs.
Virtual reality is now being used as a way to convince young men and women to join the Navy.
Tuesday, November 7th
Saving Your Eyes From Your Screens
If you're spending any significant time looking at digital screens, then you might need to invest in some glasses to protect your eyes. We talked with the head of a company devoted to making those kinds of glasses,
Monday, November 6th
A Keyboard For VR
Logitech is working on a solution that would let us see our keyboard even when we're wearing VR headsets.
Thursday, November 2nd
Epson Gets Into The Running Watch Race
Just in time for the New York City Marathon,
is announcing a brand new line of running watches.
Wednesday, November 1st
Technology Being Put To Work To Keep The Story Of Holocaust Survivors Alive
An exhibit at the
Museum of Jewish Heritage
is using cutting edge technoology to let visitors have a conversation with a Holocaust survivor.
Tuesday, October 31st
Assassin's Creed Goes Educational
Assassin's Creed Origins
, the latest in the hit video game series, will also include a version of the game focused on teaching players all about ancient Egypt.
Monday, October 30th
New Home For Google Assistant
is now out with a new lineup of smart speakers featuring the Google Assistant.
Thursday, October 26th
Protecting Yourself With VPN
In the wake of the
vulnerability discovered in Wi-Fi, one way to protect yourself is by using VPN, or a virtual private network. We talked with the head of one of the biggest VPN companies,
, about how they work.
Wednesday, October 25th
Cortana Joins The Living Room
The first smart speaker featuring Microsoft's digital assistant, Cortana, is now available. The
is made by Harmon Kardon.
Tuesday, October 24th
A New Roku Family
is out with a new lineup of streaming devices.
Monday, October 23rd
Play The Game Of Thrones
A new mobile game,
Game of Thrones: Conquest
, now lets you try your hand at conquering Westeros. But beware, thousands of others are trying the same thing too. It's available now on
Thursday, October 19th
A new app from the NBA uses augmented reality to let you put a basketball net wherever you are.
Tuesday, October 17th
Alexa Jumps Into Your Car With Garmin
Garmin is inviting Alexa into the car with their new
Dual Screen Phone
A new phone from
is the latest to take a stab at giving us more screen real estate by offering two screens.
Monday, October 16th
Keeping Teens Safe Behind The Wheel
This is National Teen Driver Safety Week and we're taking a look today at ways to keep teenagers safer while they're driving.
Thursday, October 12th
Hacking Voting Machines
Hackers at DefCon say it is way too easy to break into electronic voting machines.
Wednesday, October 11th
A prototype of a technology infused intersection could be the future of traffic safety.
Tuesday, October 10th
Taking Control Of Your Life with IFTTT
Some tips on how to make your tech life work a little help from
Monday, October 9th
Fighting PTSD With Video Games
Playing a game like Tetris could help people dealing with PTSD.
Thursday, October 5th
Lawmakers Taking On Tech
Some big votes are coming up on Capitol Hill focused on the tech world.
Wednesday, October 4th
New Security May Be Coming For Facebook And Google
Facebook is reportedly working on facial recognition for your account while Google may be working on a new security system based on physical keys.
Tuesday, October 3rd
Headphones That Learn
Nuraphones are new headphones that will scan your ears to make sure you're getting the best audio you can.
Monday, October 2nd
Good news for parents who want to keep a watchful eye on their child's phone use.
Thursday, September 28th
Stemosaur Is Ready To Teach Kids Engineering And Coding
The next smart toy from
and the learning will start before the kids can even play -- they'll learn a bit about engineering by putting it together.
Wednesday, September 27th
Atari Is Getting A New Console Ready
Atari is working on a new console that could play games or serve as your next computer.
Tuesday, September 26th
Don't be fooled by the newest change to the IOS 11. It's not a bug.
Monday, September 25th
Attack Using Find My iPhone
There's a warning for Apple users who may be at risk of having their devices held for ransom by hackers using Find My iPhone.
Thursday, September 21st
Google Buys Back Into Phone Business
Google is buying a big part of phone maker HTC.
Wednesday, September 20th
Amazon is reportedly working on packing Alexa into a pair of glasses.
Tuesday, September 19th
There are worries about another possible attack on billions of devices around the world through Bluetooth.
Monday, September 18th
Facebook is reportedly testing an option to let you put posters you don't like in a temporary timeout.
Thursday, September 14th
Apple Watch Ditches The iPhone
Amid all the recent announcements at the Apple event, one of the biggest may be LTE coming to the Apple Watch.
Wednesday, September 13th
Putting A Chatbot To Work To Help Sue Equifax
that's already helped people fight hundreds of thousands of parking tickets is now being put to work to help victims of the Equifax data breach.
Tuesday, September 12th
Staying Safe Online
Computer security expert and infamous hacker Kevin Mitnick talks about the best ways to stay safe online.
Monday, September 11th
Unlocking Tesla Batteries Ahead of Irma
Before Hurricane Irma plowed into Florida, Tesla sent out an update that let drivers go further on a single charge so they could get out of the way of the storm.
Thursday, September 7th
Bolting Across The Country
Chevrolet's all-electric vehicle, the
, has hit a new milestone -- now available in all 50 states.
Wednesday, September 6th
Moleskine Notebooks Get Smarter
A new addition to
's Smart Writing Set will let you jot down appointments on paper and have them appear right in your online calendar.
Tuesday, September 5th
Some Speakers To Help You Sleep
A new set of smart
could help you get to sleep more quickly.
Monday, September 4th
Catching A Snorer
If you're tired of having the fight over who is really snoring, then you might need to pick up a
Zeeq Smart Pillow
Thursday, August 31st
Taking Back Your Privacy On The Internet
With most websites keeping track of what you do online, a device called
can help you take back some of your privacy.
Wednesday, August 30th
Creating Your Own Personal Space
In an era where offices are becoming more and more open,
is offering a new way to help create a bit of privacy.
Tuesday, August 29th
Keeping An Eye On Your Ride
360 degree camera
is coming out soon to help you keep a constant eye on your car.
Monday, August 28th
Viewing Your Finances In VR
is working on a new experiment that lets small business owners navigate their finances in virtual reality.
Thursday, August 24th
Adding A Toy To Your New Video Game
A game for Android and iOS, called
, is the latest to try to bridge the gap between toys and video games.
Wednesday, August 23rd
Playing With A Smart Doll
Luvabella, a new doll coming out this fall from
, the company behind Hatchimals, may be the smartest baby doll ever.
Tuesday, August 22nd
Playing In VR With The HoloCube
A squishy little cube from
may be the next must-have accessory for your VR headset.
Monday, August 21st
Back To School!
If you still have some tech toys on your back to school shopping list, we have some suggestions along with our friends at
Wednesday, August 16th
Keeping An Eye On Your Home Is Getting Easier
New home security cameras from
and bearing the Polaroid name are both making it easier to keep an eye on all your stuff.
Controlling Your Phone With Your Voice
making it easier for more people to control their phones with their voices.
Tuesday, August 15th
Running Your Running Watch...On Sweat
New research may usher in an era when we can run our smartdevices on our sweat.
Monday, August 14th
Your Smartphone can Lower Your Handicap
High-tech additions can improve your golf game. But just don't make any plans to join the pros.
Thursday, August 10th
High Tech At The PGA Tour
The PGA Tour is working on a chat bot that will let you talk to your computer or smartphone and learn just about anything about golf.
Tuesday, August 8th
Big Money For Video Games
Some of the best video game players in the world are in Seattle for a tournament called
with a prize pot of $24 million.
Monday, August 7th
Fooling Autonomous Cars
Researchers now say they can trick autonomous cars into thinking a Stop sign is a speed limit sign with just a couple of small stickers.
Sunday, August 6th
Worries About Smartphones And Teens' Mental Health
New research says smartphones may be putting the mental health of teens at risk.