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New Threats: Infected Mice, Attacking Keyboards

The future of cybercrime may be right at your fingertips or in the palm of your hand. Full story

USB Security Found Lax Both In and Out of the Workplace

A new survey reveals that nearly 10 percent of people who own a USB device containing corporate data have lost it, and more than 75 percent of them never reported it to their bosses. Full story

Adult Entertainment Expo Rivals CES 2011 in Tech Advances

LAS VEGAS — Every year, while the Consumer Electronics Show displays the newest gadgets for home theaters, computing and cameras, the Adult Entertainment Expo shows off gadgets of another kind. This year, like many others, the AEE featured some consumer electronics systems that could soon find thems Full story

Nike patents plan for self-lacing shoes

Nike has filed a patent for a self-lacing shoe that resembles the sneakers from "Back to the Future 2" so closely, one has to wonder whether a hover-board and flux capacitor could be far behind. Full story

5 new technologies that will change everything

3D TV, HTML5, video over Wi-Fi, superfast USB and mobile "augmented reality" will emerge as breakthrough technologies in the next few years. Full story

Gear up for your own great American road trip

Break out the maps, load up the kids and camping gear and make the most of summer’s waning days — and with these 10 products, you'll enjoy the journey and your stay. Full story

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An exhibitor demonstrates the VPAD, a videophone developed for deaf and hard of hearing people, at CES Unveiled, the official press event of the 2009 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada on January 6, 2009. Viable's newest VPAD, the VPAD, features Bluetooth, built-in WiFi and dual USB