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Brits will soon be able to buy a $40 wristband to make contactless payments
The ban takes effect at Disneyland and Disney World—and at Disney's Paris and Hong Kong locations—next week.
Apple device owners can get their iPhone, iPad or Watch replaced if it stays below 80 percent battery capacity.
Self-driving cars face off on California road... Satya Nadella has a new mission (statement)... Uber protests get real in France
Panasonic and Fujitsu are trying to use IoT technology to reduce the burden on caregivers
The NASA Sidekick program will use Microsoft's HoloLens as a tool to allow NASA ground control to peer over the shoulders of NASA engineers.
Elastic inks with record conductivity could be used in underwear that measures vital signs.
Move over, McFly! Lexus' Slide hoverboard is the real deal.
The device is designed for use in medical settings and won't be geared toward consumers looking to track fitness activities.
No news is good news for Pebble as its second round of smartwatches stay on schedule.
Google may have a strong interest in applicants who have creative backgrounds, like film making and directing.
After raising more than $1 million in crowdfunding, Central Standard shuts down and leaves backers empty-handed.
The $1,600 household robot has an emotion engine and is designed to be a member of the family.
Microsoft has cut down the field of view for HoloLens since January and it's becoming a distraction.
Pepper can't do housework, but it's a spearhead in the coming robotics wave