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Thursday, May 17, 2012
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Couple Dead After Bad Cellphone Connection Foils Chance of Rescue [VIDEO]
Wednesday, May 16, 2012 11:24 PMKate Freeman
A couple whose car fell down an embankment in the Catskill Mountains tried to make rescue calls on their cellphone but shoddy reception prevented help from reaching them in time. Arthur and Madeleine Morris' car was stuck when it fell down an...



Is Total Gadget Immersion Good or Bad for Kids? [INFOGRAPHIC]
Wednesday, May 16, 2012 10:55 PMSam Laird
Gadgets such as smartphones and tablets are becoming more and more embedded in kids' lives. From middle schoolers with smartphones to babies who are comfortable with an iPad but can't work a magazine, many children today grow up as true digital...



Wireless Rechargeable Retinal Implants Could Help Restore Sight [VIDEO]
Wednesday, May 16, 2012 8:56 PMSonia Paul
Researchers at Stanford University are designing a new device that could help people with degenerative eye diseases restore their vision -- by implanting a photovoltaic silicon chip beneath their retinas. With degenerative eye diseases, the...



How to Use the New Research Tool in Google Docs
Wednesday, May 16, 2012 7:55 PMTechNewsDaily
Whether you're a student facing final papers or a parent helping kids with research assignments, Google has just made the process a lot easier with a new tool that automates the research process.   Simply called "Research," the tool lets you...



Smartphone App Use Soars [INFOGRAPHIC]
Wednesday, May 16, 2012 7:14 PMTechNewsDaily
Is your smartphone bulging with apps? A new report says you're not alone. But while there are more than a million apps available to both iPhone and Android phone users, the mainstays haven't changed. On Wednesday, research firm Nielsen released...



Here's How Bad Android's Fragmentation Problem Is [GRAPHIC]
Wednesday, May 16, 2012 6:53 PMPete Pachal
When Google first launched Android, the open-source operating system came with the promise that it could power almost any device. That's created a proverbial cornucopia of mobile devices that consumers have to choose from, but it's also led to...



6 Educational Android Apps for Adults
Wednesday, May 16, 2012 6:13 PMRob Lammle
There are hundreds of Android apps to help kids learn shapes, numbers, letters, and colors. But what about adults that want to continue their education? Whether you need to brush up on a skill like a foreign language or dive head first into a new...



Thirst App Will Change The Way You View Twitter
Wednesday, May 16, 2012 4:53 PMEmily Price
A new iPad application called Thirst might reinvent how you look at your Twitter stream. Using its own natural language processor, Thirst filters, organizes, and presents your Twitter stream in an engaging way, helping you find the tweets you...



Terahertz Wi-Fi is a Major Speed Breakthrough
Wednesday, May 16, 2012 3:40 PMTecca
Wi-Fi is super convenient, but if it lacks one major element: speed. But that may be about to change thanks to some researchers in Japan who have set a record for wireless data transmission speed at 20 times the speed of conventional wifi. The...



Billion-Dollar Tech-Testing 'Ghost Town' Being Built in New Mexico [VIDEO]
Wednesday, May 16, 2012 2:16 PMZoe Fox
If a $1 billion ghost town sounds to you like the set of sci-fi movie, think again. A company called Pegasus Global Holdings is constructing a town in Lea County, N.M. as a testing ground for the latest renewable energy technology and terrorism...



 
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