Jason KennedyContributor, PCWorld

Jason is a systems administrator living in Seattle. When he's not up to his elbows in a server, he's up to his elbows in the latest electronics or technology news, or trying out languages like Dart and Ruby.

Patent: An Apple Stylus? Really?

One would think, based upon Apple’s unrelenting scoffing regarding a stylus, that they’d never put one out. Looking at Apple patents, though, tells another story.

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'Cloak of Invisibility' Makes You Sort of Invisible

Researchers find a way to render objects invisible. Yay! The bad news? It's pretty inefficient.

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How Did Vikings Navigate? Sunstones, Say Historians

How'd Vikings navigate the ocean using the Sun when it was hidden by clouds? Researchers think they have the answer.

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Wi-Fi Calling: T-Mobile’s Unused (So Far) Ace in the Hole

What's the state of Wi-Fi calling on Android? We try to find out.

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Windows Phone 7 and Tethering: It's On (Again)!

The industrious souls over at XDA-Developers figured out a way to emable USB tethering on some Windows Phone 7 phones.

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Apple Patent: Your Trackpad Is...the Keyboard?

A new Apple patent application shows a physical keyboard that doubles as a trackpad.

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Never Recycle an Old PC With Neverware

Neverware lets schools and other groups re-use old PCs more effectively.

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Holy Multitouch, Batman; It's The Three-Screen Smartphone!

"Excuse me, I think your wallet is beeping." A concept smartphone design would take multitouch to a new level with three screens.

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Casemod Adds a Projector, Makes Science Class More Awesome

Meet the Sensei, a modified Lenovo all-in-one desktop PC with a projector built in.

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Google's Working Towards a Universal Translator; No Klingon-to-English Mode...Yet

An update for the Google Translate app for Android lets you translate spoken conversations between two people.

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Smart Contact Lenses Could Bring Augmented Reality to the Next Level

Augmented reality is so far limited to smartphones and mobile gadgets, but new biotech developments could take augmented reality much further (think cyborg).

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Do Americans Love Their Electronics? Nielsen Survey Gives Us a Glimpse

A recent Nielsen survey suggests that Americans have a lukewarm relationship with the world of electronic gadgets.

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Nexus S Runs Ubuntu; Linux Replaces...Linux

Hackers managed to install Ubuntu Linux on a Nexus S, replacing the Linux-based Android OS.

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E-Memory: Can You Record Every Moment of Your Existence?

Is there a limit to how much of our lives we should be recording into digital posterity? A researcher at Microsoft's doesn’t think so.

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World Of Warcraft Meets Kinect, WoW Players Get a Serious Workout

WoW players get buff, are too busy raiding to exact revenge on bullies.

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