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Object recognition tools are key for things like self-driving cars and surveillance systems, and Intel’s SXSW demo shows us how it works. rn
Prove that you know more than your friends with this awesome trivia game, which just launched on Android.
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Attention college students! Use these tools to help you study.
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How intellectual-property squabbles over fan-made crafts are alienating fan communities.
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Fisher-Price's Apptivity line couples playsets with interactive iPad apps.
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The company is here at CES with new leather cases for the iPad, iPad mini and iPhone 5.
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The small gadget flies with your bag and uses wireless to report its whereabouts to your phone.
This companion app helps complete the Windows ecosystem: it syncs music, photos, and videos between Windows mobile devices and PCs.
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