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Barnes & Noble and Samsung Unveil New Nook Tablet
Barnes & Noble and Samsung on Wednesday unveiled a new co-branded tablet called the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook that will replace B&N's own Nook tablets.
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FBI Investigating Theft of 1.2 Billion Passwords
Hold Security, a cybersecurity firm, said earlier this month that it has uncovered 1.2 billion logins and passwords amassed by a Russian crime ring.
Uber Launches On-Demand Product Delivery
The company launched an on-demand product delivery service dubbed the "Corner Store" in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday.
Best Back-to-School Gadgets for Under $50
It's time for "Spending Money 101" with the coolest ways to gear up for the new school year.
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Roku Creates Its First TV, Streaming Included
Roku, the company best known for making streaming players for television sets, has created its first television with built-in streaming capabilities.
Child Friendly Instagram Rival Plans U.S. Push
Kuddle, a Norwegian picture sharing app designed for children and billing itself as a rival to Instagram could have one million users by the end of the year.
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Leak Reveals Google Music Streaming Plans
Details of Google's long-rumored YouTube music subscription service appear to have leaked. "Music Key" will offer unlimited access for $10.
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Gamers Want 'Zelda,' 'WoW' Robin Williams Tributes
Petitions have been signed asking two of the largest gaming companies in the world to honor the late actor, comedian, and gamer Robin Williams.
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High-Tech Cooking: Why Sous Vide is Heating Up
Sous vide machines conquered restaurants. Could they do the same in home kitchens? The Precision cooking takes the pressure off you in the kitcheen
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How Google and Apple Are Going to Take Over Your Car
Is this an Apple or an Android car ? That may be the question you find yourself asking in the not-so-distant future.
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Could a "Kill Switch" Let Police Shut Down Phones?
The "kill switch" is meant to cut down on smartphone thefts. Some groups worry it could be used to silence protests like the one in Ferguson.
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Apps Lend Hand to Students With Learning Disabilities
Gadgets and mobile apps are making reading, writing and math easier for students with learning difficulties.
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Your Phone's Motion Sensor Could Be Eavesdropping
Researchers just found yet another reason to be paranoid: your phone's gyroscope could be listening in on you.
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Robot Romeo Charms Women on OKCupid
Apparently being a human isn't necessary to keep a conversation going on OKCupid.
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Don't Go Hungry: Five Apps for Starving Students
Don't go hungry. Getting some grub is as easy as tapping your smartphone.
Project Aims to Add Sound to Google Street View
Using Google's Street View programming interface, people and businesses will be able to place a sound as well as a location marker on the online map.
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Restaurant Offers Guests 'Charging Plates'
Volvér, an Iron Chef Jose Garces-owned restaurant in Philadelphia offers guests portable cell phone chargers on a small silver platter.
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Heart Beats: Intel, 50 Cent to Build Heart-Rate Earbuds
The headphones have an optical light sensor in the earbuds that, combined with other sensors, infer the wearer’s heart rate.
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Pro Gaming Faces a Surprising Challenge: Doping
Increased pressure on players has reportedly led to widespread drug problems, says one industry veteran.
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Here Are the iPhone 6 Features Shoppers Want Most
The iPhone 6 could be hitting shelves in as soon as a month, and all Apple diehards have their own personal wishlist for the device.
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Tom Hanks Releases 'Hanx' Typewriter App for iPad
"My little gift to the future Luddite hipsters of the world."
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Wearable Tech Could Be Boon for Parkinson's Research
Intel and the Michael J. Fox Foundation are hoping wearable sensors could be the key to better Parkinson's research.
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Apple Bans Two Chemicals From Assembly Plants
The move comes months after two activist groups launched a petition saying the substances could harm factory workers who assemble the company's iThings.
Rossen Reports: Are Breathalyzer Phone Apps Accurate?
Some police officials say the apps can be unreliable and, in some cases, could lead to drunken driving.
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