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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.
New battery technology will enable a smartphone to be charged from flat to full in 30 seconds - but don't take out your wallet yet.
Nobody likes getting stung by a bee, but a graduate student has rated the most painful places to get stung, after subjecting himself to hundreds of stings.
If a typical person's work laptop breaks, he calls the IT specialist. For people who perform the world's most dangerous and demanding jobs, computer failure may put lives at risk.
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