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Wearable technology is all the rage. A child wearing Smart PJs can now hear and see bedtime stories on a phone or tablet.
The frigid weather isn't just miserable for people, animals, cars and heating bills. Mobile devices can take a beating when the temperatures plummet.
Parents who heap lavish praise on children are likely doing a disservice, especially for youngsters with low self-esteem.
The search has intensified, but there's still no sign of an American University PhD student who was last seen while spearfishing off the coast of Dubai on New Year's Day.
Legal experts hope to use technology to make some legal assistance available and affordable to all Americans, by facilitating the creation of court-approved documents for basic services.
The constant use of mobile devices raises the risk of an eye syndrome, according to doctors of opthalmology. One of the problems: mobile users don't blink enough.
Exactly 50 years ago, many in America were first hearing music from The Beatles. The Washington, D.C. area played a large role in fanning Beatlemania.
The sudden appearance of a vehicle's "check engine" light is an anxiety-provoking moment for drivers. A new smartphone app helps take the mystery out of the intimidating indicator, before taking the car to the mechanic.
It's now possible for Google Glass wearers to take a picture by simply winking.
It seemed like a Beatles mystery - the 1963 bootleg recordings that appeared, then seemingly disappeared from iTunes.