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“Nap rooms” offer exhausted bleary-eyed students an opportunity to catch up on some Zzzzs between classes.
Cats are usually up to no good, but now they can do more than turn up flower beds. This one scans for unsecured wireless networks.
OLED screens boast bold colors and wide viewing angles. But even LG's new 'cheap' OLED TV is pricey for the average consumer.
Getting hired by Apple is just the beginning. Employees then take classes taught by elite university professors, according to the New York Times.
Sam Sung, a former Apple specialist who shares a name with one of the company’s biggest competitors, is auctioning off his business card and lanyard for charity.
These days a diligent student is just as likely to be reviewing a lecture on a tablet than on a spiral notebook.
Cai Guo-Qiang's exhibit, called "Moving Ghost Towns," is slated to start Saturday for the grand opening of the Aspen Art Museum's new building.
A group known as "I am the Cavalry" is asking the auto industry to implement basic guidelines to defend cars from hack attacks.
Brown University computer scientists are working on a new generation of intelligent photo filters that do more than just tint your shot.
Uncomfortable earbuds could be a thing of the past, thanks to tech that measures your ears for a perfect fit.
Given a global population of a little more than 7 billion, "you've got a pretty good shot that you're on the list."
Get rid of that old sweatshirt. It's time to dress like a professional with these shopping apps and websites for men and women.
A device small enough to fit in a purse could one day be used to combat identity theft and strengthen personal security.
A new technique lets 3-D printed replicas of ourselves sport realistic hairstyles instead of chunky blobs.
Are the paparazzi drones coming for Kanye? He thinks they could be -- and he is worried that they could electrocute his daughter.