DryBox uses a combination of heat and pressure to extract moisture from a wet phone in about 30 minutes. And its new kiosk in D.C. is attracting customers anxious to bring a wet phone back to life.
First-quarter losses at Weibo and parent Sina double on charge for Chinese microblog's IPO
Microsoft markets latest, 12-inch Surface tablet to those who don't want separate laptop
Cuban blogger launches news site, swiftly blocked by Cuba by site with pro-government writers
Swipe right for Ms. Right (or Mr. Right Now): The rise of mobile dating apps
US attorney subpoenas documents from troubled Cover Oregon exchange, Oregon Health Authority
Attorney general, Airbnb reach agreement on information for New York City sublet probe
Jackson County, Oregon, voters approve ban on genetically engineered crops
Guide to allegations of China cyberspying on big companies in United States
Google to use overseas cash to help pay for $20 billion to $30 billion in foreign acquisitions
Cyber-theft charges against military officials put more strain on troubled US-China relations
The malware uses an obfuscation technique that constantly changes its appearance to avoid detection, but there are indicators your computer is infected.
As texting 911 capability expands, more can call for help without making a call
Lenovo's annual profit surges 29 percent to record on strong smartphone sales
What consumers can expect from AT&T's $48.5 billion acquisition of DirecTV
Consumers question safety of genetically modified foods as Vermont becomes first to label them
AT&T eyes football in $48.5 billion purchase of DirecTV
Whether I'm at a barbeque or a bat mitzvah, there's one question I'm asked again and again: "What's the best way to back up my personal files and photos?"
2 men accused of conspiring to hack Navy computers in Tulsa enter guilty pleas
China warns US cyber spying charges could damage military ties, says US source of hacking
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