Already credited with the most viral video on YouTube ever, Psy this weekend posted to the video-sharing platform the sequel to "Gangnam Style," which has registered more than 1.5 billion views.
You’ll be able to buy a Polaroid-branded instant digital camera that will let you shoot photos, apply Instagram filters, share them on Facebook and Instagram, and print your snapshot on Polaroid-style paper.
Officials are worried about data protection, but a decision to block use of the service in House offices is still a curious one.
Three JBL speakers and two AV receivers will be touted by the company in Las Vegas.
It really isn’t worth staying up all night to get a good deal on some tech devices, cameras and gadgets, and here's why.
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Netflix has posted to the Windows Store its Windows 8 app, which is crafted to take advantage of Windows 8 and especially the upcoming Surface tablets.
Two San Antonio, Texas schools are requiring students to wear badges with an embedded RFID chip in order to track their locations. Some students complain about invasion of privacy and chilling their right to assemble, but the school says it has an obligation to crack down on truancy, which is high at those schools.
Many viewers had difficulty streaming the debate between the political pundits with opposing ideologies when it began.
While we don't yet have flying cars with bubble gas transporting people around, robots that walk and talk and so-called "roadable aircraft" do exist.
The popular music streaming service is reportedly adding a web-based version, better discovery, and a cheaper mobile subscription.
Apple already has a set-top box, but has been mum on when it might produce its own TV, though that hasn't stopped technology publications from weighing in.
Retail market research firm NPD Group reports more shopped for electronics because of good products at great prices, though the overall number of shoppers fell.
The battery of the original iPod Nano -- sold between September 2005 and December 2006 -- may overheat, and that risk increases as the battery ages.
Apple introduced the first iPod on October 23, 2001, moving the company into a new era in which it developed ever sleeker handheld devices, including the iPhone and the iPad.
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