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Young children seem to gravitate to mobile technology. A long-time child educator says kids with devices are learning faster than ever before.
Long before the phrase "go viral" was coined, The Beatles quickly went from being virtual unknowns in America to sensations. A Beatles historian and record executive explains how it was done.
The just-launched SocialRadar app, developed by a DC-based company, is a real-time way to identifies people nearby and remember how you know them.
The mother of Bethany Anne Decker, who was last seen three years ago Wednesday, prays her daughter and child are safe, but would like her daughter's boyfriend - the last person to see her - to take a lie detector test.
A new high-tech bra will only unhook when the smartphone-connected device is convinced the wearer is in true love.
Three college graduates are developing a wearable computer to track whether a user is lacking energy or drowsy, and offers suggestions on staying awake.
Holly Jacobs, whose racy photographs were published online by an ex-boyfriend is hopeful Maryland will soon make revenge porn a felony.
Folding a paper airplane so it will fly takes skill and patience. A new smartphone-controlled paper airplane kit is close to hitting the market.
For the first time, "password" has been unseated from the top of the annual compilation of worst Internet passwords, but the compilation of the the Worst Passwords of 2013 shows many people still make things easy for crooks.
Anyone who has ever had a song stuck in his head has experienced an earworm. What are your most invasive earworms?
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