The future of the Internet looks much more ubiquitous, but also has potential pitfalls.
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It's not the first iPhone 6 concept, or even the first holographic phone concept. But it is the first time we've seen both ideas combined into one, and the result is causing serious drool-induced deh
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Why can't great smartwatches look like normal watches? Smartwatches, for the most part, can be divided into two categories: vague approximations of the future like the Pebble, Gear, and Gear Fit,...
The tiny sensor also powers itself with TV signals, which already fill the air around us. The team behind the device says it could have big applications for the internet of things.
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Beginning with Egypt in 2011, social media, cell phone footage and Twitter hashtags have become the way protestors make their causes known to the rest of the world.
Could the competition for your Glass dollars become as heated in a few years as the competition for your smart phone dollars has been over the past five years? Stay tuned – the fun is just beginning
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