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Fan TV's $99 Cable Box Coming to Time Warner Cable
Time Warner Cable has signed on with an upstart TV set-top box that streams both cable TV and online video.
Lytro's New Camera Debuts: Shoot First, Focus Later
Lytro is releasing a more powerful, more ergonomic and more expensive follow-up to its original "focus later" camera.
Rick Rycroft / AP
Reboot, Reuse: Apple Offering Free Gadget Recycling
Apple Stores worldwide will accept all Apple products "for free, responsible recycling."
6 Speed Reads: Powder That Turns Into Alcohol Approved by Feds
In today's midday reads: A powder that instantly turns water into alcohol is approved by Feds, Oscar Mayer recalls hot dogs and Game Boy turns 25.
Why Buy a Digital Camera When You Can Rent?
A new camera-rental company is targeting wedding-goers, new parents, vacationers and photo hobbyists.
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Walking on Sunshine: Game Gives Dying Grandmother Last Trip
This sad yet inspiring story of an ailing grandmother's last days puts a powerful new spin on VR technology.
iPhone-Like Dashboard Demoed by Volvo at Auto Show
In-car touchscreen systems aren't known for their great usability, but a new one modeled on Apple's iOS may prove a more worthwhile platform.
Samsung to Launch First Tizen Phones
The Galaxy S5 just went on sale, but Samsung is already gearing up to debut two new smartphones that are not based on Android.
Seth Wenig / AP
Got $1,500? Google Glass on Sale for One Day Only
Typically, users have to be invited to buy the device. But, for today only, it's on sale to the general public.
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