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A new study shows people who regularly eat fish help build the part of the brain that controls memory and learning, and can add some protection from Alzheimer's disease.
Even though the broadband era is 10 years old, millions still pay AOL dial-up fees.
A new service is helping computer users unlock files recently held for ransom by the CryptoLocker malware.
A soon-to-be-released heads-up display, called Navdy, aims to let a car driver safely interact with a smartphone.
Customers frustrated by poor customer service often vent on Twitter. The king of customer service complaints offers tips on how to get the results you want.
Take an audio visual tour of the newsroom and studio where staffers generate the content you hear on air, and see on wtop.com and social media
One of the confusing aspects of overseas travel is figuring out whether to take your smartphone along. A travel expert offers tips on steps to take your phone along, economically.
No more time-consuming stretching and tying -- it will soon be possible to fill up to 100 water balloons in a minute.
A new clothes cleaning machine deodorizes and de-wrinkles clothes in the time it takes to shower, without the stress to the garments that comes with dry cleaning.
Vulnerable local beach destinations have a new tool to protect lives and property when extreme storms hit.
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