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A soon-to-be-released dispenser will enable craft beer lovers to conveniently have a wide variety of beer right from the brewery, fresh on tap.
The Sony Walkman went on sale for the first time July 1, 1979, revolutionizing "music to go" -- allowing people to conveniently carry prerecorded music with them.
Dealing with parking and traffic tickets is a hassle. A new smartphone app helps drivers when they're handed a ticket or find one under the windshield wiper.
Google's big annual developer event starts Wednesday, and it will affect products that app and software makers invent. Here's a roundup of what to expect.
Children are getting phones at a younger age every year, but it can be hard for parents to know when their youngsters are ready for the responsibility. "A Parents' Guide to Mobile Phones" has tips and strategies to consider before taking the important step.
The world's biggest online retailer is set to announce details of its new smartphone, which is expected to have 3D features.
Few women say shopping for a bra ranks high on their lists of favorite activities. An e-commerce startup eliminates the often-awkward experience of trying on bras in a cramped fitting room.
Snapchat has reached a settlement with the state of Maryland, and agrees to avoid claiming photo and video messages "disappear forever."
Passengers on Amtrak have long complained about the spotty WiFi on the train -- now Amtrak is set to create a high-speed improvement.
A just-released Ticketmaster app could help iPhone users get better seats by letting them get through the ticket buying process faster.
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