Martha Stewart Goes 3D Printer Shopping At CES 2014

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Interested in 3D printing and smartphone-controlled aerial drones? So is Martha Stewart.

She and I had the pleasure of touring CES 2014′s South Hall, where we... Read more »

The tech bringing Sinatra, Tupac back onstage

Musion Eyeliner is a revolutionary holographic system that is bringing singers of the past back to the stage
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Snapchat Finally Says Sorry For December Data Breach, Updates Android & iOS Apps With Find Friends Opt-Out

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It's taken some sound and fury but Snapchat has finally said sorry for its December data breach which saw 4.6 million usernames and... Read more »

Social Sharing App Buffer Doubles Down On Its Premium Business Product With Google Analytics, Follower Tracking

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Buffer — the popular desktop/mobile app for sharing content across multiple social networks that hit a major stumbling block it hit last... Read more »

Sunrise Adds iPad App And Week View In Its Quest To Build The Best Calendar Platform

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Calendar app Sunrise released a major update today, completing two missing pieces of the complicated calendar puzzle — you can now... Read more »

Qardio Puts Its Smart Blood Pressure Monitor On Indiegogo, Aiming To Ship In March

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Qardio was one of the startups competing in our battlefield competition at Disrupt Europe 2013, last October. On stage in Berlin... Read more »

Basis Science wants to track your sleep as well as your activity

Basis Science, the company behind the Basis B1 fitness band, has released an update it's calling the Basis Carbon Steel Edition. The... Read more »

New Oculus prototype features positional tracking, reduced motion blur

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TV trends at CES: 4K and curves

Remember 3D televisions? WebTV? Television have been a core CES category for many years. The devices got a bump with flat-screen technology but in recent years, television manufacturers have struggled to bring... Read more »

Six odd technologies at CES

Smatphones that control robots, cameras, and the temperature of your master bathroom. That's just some of the technology on display this week at the annual International Consumer Electronics Show.