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New motion analysis software, loaded onto an iPad, can help athletes and their trainers figure out why they're not performing up to their potential. Local company Spark Motion's clients include NBA, NFL, MLB, and NHL team.
The home built on top of a World War I munitions site has been torn down. On Monday, the Army Corps of Engineers starts removing the home's foundation, with the "high probability" of finding remnants of chemical agents. Full story.
The U.S. Marshals Service is auctioning mink capes, Bruce Lee and Michael Jackson memorabilia to help make sure former Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. pays his debt to society.
A Montgomery County, Md. temple is using high-tech to bring followers closer to a higher being. Temple Shalom will be live-streaming Friday's Yom Kippur High Holy Day service.
The piles of computer games he'd coveted has teenager were becoming a liability as an adult - so one gamer came up with a creative way to conceal his passion.
A woman who was horrified to learn naked photos she had shared with a boyfriend were posted online is fighting to change laws to protect other victims.
With the immediate future of iPhone clear, the future of a groundbreaking Apple mobile device is less clear. The iPod Classic is apparently entering the twilight of its life.
It's been 18 years since the opening of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. DJ Cerphe Colwell will never forget his encounter with Beatle John Lennon's acoustic guitar.
We all know how convenient it is to look things up online. Printing what you find online is a different (and often wasteful) matter. Here's how to print what you want, and nothing more.
While some smartphone users prefer a small, compact screen, demand has been rising for more landscape on the touchscreen. Phones as big as tablets - phablets - are popular, but some believe they're getting too big.