With just over a week until Halloween, here's a how-to on putting together a tech-related costume: a broken iPhone.
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A Twitter chat is a real-time, informal conversation between people interested in a topic. It can be difficult to understand how to be part of a Twitter chat, so here are a few basics.
The still-to-be-released FiLIP smartwach works as a phone and GPS tracking device, allowing parents to communicate and monitor their children without the cost and risk of buying them a full-blown smartphone.
A new study shows 84 percent of smartphone owners use at least one app first thing in the morning. Tasks accomplished before leaving in the house range from checking the weather to checking-in on dating sites.
Nicki Minaj touts high-end inspirations for new collection featuring low-end price tags
Bears WR Brandon Marshall fined $10,500 for green shoes
Supermodel Iman giving a voice to young black models and entrepreneurs
Michael Kors and his effort to fight world hunger head to New York's Times Square
LVMH third-quarter revenue rises 2 percent as French luxury giant begins to slow
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One of the reasons people share photos on Snapchat is because they know they disappear after viewing for 10 seconds or less -- a new app lets the recipient permanently save the Snapchats, without the sender's knowledge.
A new iOS app that mimics handwriting offers a solution if you hate the tedium of writing thank-you cards, but it comes with an embarrassing glitch.
There are supplements on the market that help protect joints, bones and hearts. Now there are some that claim to keep hair from going gray.
In an age when homes include four car garages, media rooms and man caves, one Maryland company is bucking the trend.
Jos. A. Bank offers $2.3B for clothes rival Men's Wearhouse, which rejects bid as too low
Beer experts call yeast "the conductor of the orchestra." The American Society for Microbiology is trying to help beer lovers understand the synergy between microbiology and brewing beer. The key? Keeping the yeast happy.
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