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Wi-Fi on Buses and Trains: Better Service Ahead

Efforts by cities and transit authorities to keep bus and train passengers connected have been lackluster, but 4G may change that.

Future Olympics May Feature Holograms

Holograms of events could be projected from one stadium to another at the 2024 Olympic Games, a report suggests.

Top 5 Cities for Big Data Jobs

San Francisco tops the Modis list, followed by McLean, Va., Boston, St. Louis and Toronto, and the roles that companies in these cities are fighting to fill include data scientist, data analyst, business intelligence professional and data modeling/data modeler.

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Apple Said to Be Hit Among Older Consumers

According to a finding by brand perception measurement company YouGov, since mid-July 2011, Apple's biggest supporters are consumers 35 years and older.

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How to Fix Your Wi-Fi Network: 7 Tips

A quick guide to fixing the most common Wi-Fi problems that crop up at home, in the office, or on the road.

25 Awesome Gadgets for $50 or Less

We scoured the Web for the best deals on 25 gadgets you might actually want to buy. All you have to do is sit back and click through the slideshow.

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Mobile Shoppers Must Wait for NFC Payments

NFC-based mobile payments are still years from adoption, but shoppers can expect a plethora of contactless 'commerce services' first.

Gorgeous Tech: 25 Award-Winning Designs

The international red dot awards program recognizes outstanding product designs across numerous categories, including tech.

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Verizon to Allow Third-Party Tethering Apps on Android Phones

The FCC has determined that Verizon is not allowed to prevent its customers from downloading third-party tethering apps and circumventing the carrier's extra $20 tethering charge.

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Apple Patents Hint of iPhone Equipped with NFC

Near Field Communication technology could enable a future iPhone to act as a Universal Remote Control for cameras, game consoles, thermostats, and more.