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Wearables Right or Wrong: Is now the right time to buy Google Glass?

Welcome to Episode 1 of our new video series. It’s time for honest talk about a hardware revolution that filled with so much promise -- and hype.

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Pioneer builds Apple's CarPlay into its NEX Infotainment system

You don't need a new car to get Apple CarPlay. Pioneer's NEX infotainment systems will offer it as an upgrade in the early summer. We got an early look.

App Invasion: Keep all of your stuff close at hand with Snupps

As we hoard -- er, collect -- more stuff, it’s easy to lose tabs on the physical objects that we find most important, but Snupps won’t forget.

Driverless cars hit the road at new exhibit

Silicon Valley's Computer History Museum has a new exhibit on self-driving cars. As well as Google's latest efforts, you can see what GM dreamed up 75 years ago.

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Fun + Thunderbolt = Funderbolt!

Thunderbolt is a technology that you can put to practical good use. This article isn't about those practical good uses.

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Put an Android phone to use in your Arduino projects

A new Arduino board makes all the sensors in an Android smartphone available to a project.

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How to change the voice on your Android phone

The option is in the phone's accessibility menu

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Varidesk Single review: This sit-stand desk has a few ergonomic issues

Varidesk Single is a solid entry-level adjustable desk, but its size and design quirks prevent it from being a long-term sit-stand solution.

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Parrot's Bebop Drone is your fisheye in the sky

Quad-core GPU, onboard GPS, image stabilization, long-range Wi-Fi: yeah, this is the geekiest drone ever.

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Tech Tip: How to change the default font in Microsoft Word

Set a new default font so that every document you start in Word uses the font settings that you want.