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Microsoft's Mobile Flops

Flops and vapor: 9 ways Microsoft tried and failed to rule mobile.

Archive Project Will Digitize WWII Enigma Messages

HP has donated some of its latest scanning equipment to help preserve archived material at Britain's WWII code-cracking facility at Bletchley Park.

Synaptics Trackpad Accepts Four-Finger Gestures

The new TouchPad-IS takes gesture commands to new levels, giving the Mac Trackpad a new challenger.

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Sound ID 510 Bluetooth Headset: There's an App with That

The first wireless headset with its own personalized iPhone app hits AT&T stores June 6.

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Stantum Looking to Improve On-screen Keyboards

Stantum is working on multitouch technology that could make on-screen keyboards easier to use.

Aerial7 to Release New IPhone-friendly DJ Headphones

Design conscious headphone maker Aerial7 has announced a new line of DJ grade headphones--the Phoenix. These solid but compact headphones feature a fully...

Sprint Offers Samsung Seek Phone for Social Networkers

The Seek features a slide-out keyboard, native support for Facebook and comes in eco-friendly packaging.

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Mother's Day Gifts for Every Kind of Mom

Still pondering what to get the mom in your life for Mother's Day? We've come up with a few suggestions for all types of mothers.

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Deals of the Week

This week's deals include a powerful Canon point-and-shoot camera and the Nintendo Wii console.

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Scosche Adds Four New Earphones to Its IDR Line

Scosche Industries, a company that makes a number of accessories for Apple products, has released four new earphones under its IDR line, all of which feature the...

Empire Brands Debuts 'sinfully Stylish' Earbud Collection

Lindon, Utah-based Empire Brands, which specialized in the manufacture of fashionable headphones, has announced the addition of four new lines of earbuds to its...

Apple Announces Headphone Replacement Program

Having problems with your Apple headphones? You might not be alone.

Microsoft Research's Gesture-Controlled Projector Creates an Indoor Planetarium

Microsoft Research shows off its omnidirectional prototype projector that can be controlled by simple hand gestures.

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