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The constant use of mobile devices raises the risk of an eye syndrome, according to doctors of opthalmology. One of the problems: mobile users don't blink enough.
Exactly 50 years ago, many in America were first hearing music from The Beatles. The Washington, D.C. area played a large role in fanning Beatlemania.
The sudden appearance of a vehicle's "check engine" light is an anxiety-provoking moment for drivers. A new smartphone app helps take the mystery out of the intimidating indicator, before taking the car to the mechanic.
It's now possible for Google Glass wearers to take a picture by simply winking.
It seemed like a Beatles mystery - the 1963 bootleg recordings that appeared, then seemingly disappeared from iTunes.
Fans of 40- and 60-watt incandescent light bulbs only have a few more days to stock up because they'll no longer be made after the end of the year.
Almost 3,000 tons of fossilized oyster shells have been transported from Florida to the Port of Baltimore, headed for the Chesapeake Bay, as part of the effort to revive the local oyster population.
Hundreds of mobile app developers, designers, marketers and managers are striving to become the next big thing, during MoDevEast, which runs through Friday in Tysons Corner.
Twitter, the popular microblogging site, has released an update which focuses on facilitating private messages, instead of the public tweets that made it a social media giant.
Whether it's spelled Christmas or X-mas, a long- rocking Virginia Beach band got tired of hearing about the so-called "war on Christmas," and decided to try to settle the controversy with a catchy, hummable pop song.
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