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For the first time, more households own Internet-enabled smartphones than basic cell phones, according to the Consumer Electronics Association.
Divorce can be painful and messy -- a startup is trying to to reduce the financial and emotional stress of uncoupling.
Virtual currency, including Bitcoin, is gaining in popularity and controversy. Local leaders are warning consumers about the risks of using virtual currencies.
New research shows speed reading apps limit the body's ability to backtrack, an eye movement crucial to reading comprehension.
As the return of streetcars nears in the District, WTOP takes a look back at technology in the bygone trolley era.
Angry parents are using technology to spy on each other, often enlisting children to do their dirty work, a divorce lawyer says.
The face of the family computer is changing quickly -- tablets continue to flourish as PC sales continue to decline.
A new social photo frame lets users instantly share pictures and videos posted online with less-than-technically-savvy grandparents or other loved ones.
New technology can enable a school to accomplish all the tasks involved in instituting a security lockdown with the press of a single button or touch of a mobile device.
Nobody ever looks good in a bathroom mirror selfie. A new two-may mirror snaps a photo of the user at just the right time and automatically posts the selfie to Twitter.
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