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  • Under Armour fitness app’s celebrity pitch

    By Steve Winter, special for wtop.com LAS VEGAS — When Baltimore-based Under Armour introduced its new mobile app-based connected fitness platform at last week’s international Consumer Electronics Show, they deployed a best-of-both-worlds strategy to herald…

  • ‘World’s smallest, lightest, all-in-one printer’ to go on sale

    By Steve Winter, special for wtop.com LAS VEGAS — Finally, a chance for traveling business people and consumers to strike “I’ll print it when I get back to the office” from their vocabulary. How many times…

  • Your next commuter vehicle could cost under $7000

    By Steve Winter, special for wtop.com LAS VEGAS — Cheap to buy, cheap to run — imagine a car you could drive to work and back, getting 84 miles to the gallon on the open…

  • Not your father’s pinball machine

    By Steve Winter, special to wtop.com LAS VEGAS — Pinball Is Back! While those of us over 40 fondly remember banging away at those machines at the arcade on the Boardwalk or in our local watering…

  • Consumer Electronics Show reinvents itself for 2015

    By Steve Winter, special to wtop.com LAS VEGAS — To paraphrase Woody Allen from the legendary film Annie Hall, “a relationship is like a shark.  It has to constantly move forward —  or it dies.”…

  • Will 3-D printers one day make food?

    It\’s a technology that is both appealing and controversial. It can be used to make jewelry, kitchen tools and even locks. But will 3-D printers eventually be used in the food industry?

  • New tech helps Redskins’ Doughty hear, play better

    New technology is helping Washington Redskins safety Reed Doughty do something he\’s never done before – wear hearing aids on the playing field.