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Phree is a new gadget that allows you to write or sketch on nearly any surface and save it digitally.
Sound Torch Sets Fire to Your Music - Literally
"Like fire? LOVE music? Now you can combine the two!" If you're not sold on the Sound Torch already, maybe you need more excitement in your life.
Can Cloud Software Help End Police Brutality?
Police violence in Missouri, New York, Maryland and South Carolina have turned the issue of body cameras into a mainstream topic of debate.
LG Shows Off 'Wallpaper' TV No Thicker Than a Sticker
If you thought TVs couldn't get any thinner, think again. LG Display's "wallpaper" display is 55 inches wide, but less than a millimeter thick.
Light Phone Lets You Leave Your Real Phone at Home
Who hasn't wanted to run to the store, or grab lunch, or just go for a walk — but been reluctant to take your phone? Take Light Phone instead.
Fujifilm X-T10 Trims Size, Price of Flagship Camera
The X-T10 packs most of the features of the company's fanciest interchangeable-lens camera, the X-T1, into a cheaper and lighter package.
Meet Nuimo, a Universal Remote for Your Home
Nuimo is a smart device that connects to your other devices, allowing you to control them with natural gestures and a smoothly spinning dial.
Gadget Cracks Master Lock Combos in Seconds
There's a device out there that can take any Master combination lock and open it in a few seconds. Luckily just the one.
Meet Lily, a Camera Drone That Follows You Automatically
Lily is a new quad-rotor drone that you don't have to pilot at all — just toss it in the air, and it will follow you wherever you go.
Samsung Virtual Reality Headset Hits Shelves
Desperate to have virtual reality at home, but don't want to wait until Oculus releases its headset next year? You're in luck.
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Prevent Hot-Car Deaths With Simple Sensors, Apps and Gadgets
Dozens of children die each year after being left in hot cars -- but new technology may help curb those tragedies. NBC's Mark Barger and Julianne Pepitone report.
Fitbit Files to Trade on the New York Stock Exchange
The sport tracker company Fitbit filed for an IPO of up to a $100 million.
Sony's Latest Smartphone Is a Selfie Machine
Sony's latest smartphone, the Xperia C4 PROselfie features an extra-wide-angle lens on the front shooter, hopefully making it unnecessary to employ a selfie stick.
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Oculus Rift: Consumer Model Coming Early 2016
The Oculus Rift is finally ready for the public.
Microsoft's Much-Improved Surface 3 Tablet Hits Stores
The Surface 3 may be the first device that keeps all the promises Microsoft made when it first announced the ambitious line of tablet-laptops.
Roomba Co-Creator's Next Invention Is a Drone
One of the creators of the Roomba is looking to shake up another high-tech category: drones.
Designer Creates Working Replicas of LEGO Computers
Need a Mother's Day Gift? Gadgets For a Tech-Loving Mom
Technology gifts are trending in the marketplace, with a variety of styles and functions as unique as Mom. NBC's Mark Barger and Julianne Pepitone report.
Apple Confirms #TattooGate Problem is Real
It looks like there is some truth to #Tattoogate.
Vacuum-Equipped Trash Can Smartens Up the Kitchen
After getting a smart fridge, smart sprinklers, smart mattress, and smart door lock, what's next? A smart trash can, of course.
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Miami Seeks Apps to Save the World
From mobility to climate change, innovators are seeking ways to turn the technology revolution to urban problems, and Miami wants to be the center of the action.
Obama to Announce Free E-Books for Low-Income Kids
Kids will need computers and devices to read the e-books.
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Why Tattoos Might Be a Big Problem for the Apple Watch
Tattooed tech lovers, take note: The Apple Watch's heart rate sensor may not work for people with tattoos covering their wrists.
Your iPhone May Be Tracking You
Find out how to change your iPhone setting if you don't want the locations you visit to be stored on your phone.
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