Palm prints, iris images, and mug shots are joining fingerprints in the FBI's database, which now relies on many biometric elements in investigations.
Could aggressive data mining by law enforcement prevent heinous crimes, such as the recent mass murder in Aurora, Colorado, by catching killers before they can act?
I had to file an amended 2009 return but Intuit recently dropped the data files for the 2007, 2008 and 2009 tax years from its site.
At the stroke of midnight on New Year's day, Google Health, the personal health record data aggregation service for consumers, will shut down for good.
Color e-paper screens are coming soon, with video support and even flexible displays on the horizon.
The thin, bright, energy-efficient displays may outclass LCD and plasma TVs -- if manufacturers can scale up.
Haptic feedback could redefine the touch-screen experience, mimicking movement, textures and more.
Despite Apple's best efforts to control the user experience through its app store monopoly and rigid approval processes, glitches have been an ongoing fact of life.
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