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'Coolest' Smart Cooler Will Power Your Next BBQ
Really, a smart cooler? It sounds like a joke, but who couldn't use a charger, waterproof speaker and blender at their next cookout?
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No Apps: Applebee's Goes Tech-Free One Day a Week
Applebee's wants to set aside one day a week for quiet dining. But the rest of the week, it's going all-out to be tech friendly!
iPhone Lost in Grain Elevator Turns Up 8 Months Later
This farmer thought he'd lost his phone forever when it went into a grain elevator. But as it turns out, it's a small world.
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LG's Kizon Smartband Lets Parents Track Their Kids
LG has announced a wearable for youngsters, called the Kizon, that keeps track of their location and makes limited phone calls.
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Google Gives Nonprofits the Gift of Glass
Google announced the winners of its Giving through Glass contest, awarding five nonprofits grants and a pair of the company's Glass headset.
Pint-Sized Inventor Wants to Cut Down on Hot Car Deaths
Last year, 12-year-old Andrew Pelham invented the EZ Baby Saver, a reminder for parents who fear leaving their children in hot cars.
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Puff Piece: Researchers Scour Facebook for E-Cig Info
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is spending $270 million on these and 45 other research projects to determine the risks of e-cigarettes.
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U.K. Theater Association Moves to Ban Google Glass
You can add British theaters to the list of places you can't wear Google Glass.
Court Ruling Could Put Aereo Out of Business
Supreme Court rules internet start-up Aereo must pay broadcasters for re-transmitted content. Chris Clackum reports.
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