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From primitive storage to games and education and work, IBM products have filled -- and attempted to fill -- many roles through the years.
From the flying car to the in-dash record player, we look at yesterday's predictions of today's high-tech cars, and see just how right -- or wrong -- they were.
We took cultures of the bacteria and mold growing on our office equipment (yuck!), and then tried treating them with the $250 VirWall ViraShield UV Sanitizer.
One of the guilty pleasures of flying is thumbing through the Skymall magazine to see what funky tech products are featured. But does any of this stuff actually work? We tried eight Skymall specials, from the Magic Wand TV remote to the LED showerhead.
As IBM celebrates its 100th birthday this month, we take a look back at some of the major moments in the company's history.
A new Wi-fi mouse from HP may save you batteries and a USB slot.
Here are all the notebook-friendly gadgets you need to maintain your 4.0 GPA.
Gamers playing Dance Central 2 can dance side-by-side. Harmonix said that more than 100 songs will be available for the game.
Researchers at Germany's Hasso-Plattner Institute have developed what they call imaginary interfaces that allow users to interact with their phones even though they're not in front of them.