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Android Wear watch update brings WiFi and more to the platform.

Admit it, you've always wanted to be able to draw emoji on your watch and now you finally can.

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'Supermobility' is recasting the workplace

It’s taken close to 25 years for the workplace of the future to gel. But today, customers demand real-time communication with vendors; employees expect constant collaboration with fellow workers and clients—even on the move; and...

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ITworld cartoons 2015: The year in geek humor (so far)

Each week, ITworld's Phil Johnson pokes fun at the tech world's top news and newsmakers

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The Apple-1 is starting to feel like a bargain [CARTOON]

The cost of new Apple products is starting to make the cost of vintage Apple products seem reasonable.

Scribd gets even better with influx of audio books from Penguin Random House

Nine thousand new audiobook titles are added to the existing library of ebooks, audiobooks and comics.

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This trackpad is the size of your thumbnail

Researchers at MIT have developed a prototype trackpad that’s the size of a stick-on nail and controlled by running a finger over its surface.

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4 smart reasons business intelligence startup Domo will double its revenue this year

Doubling revenue and customers in one year is no small accomplishment for a company that, for the past few years, barely answered any questions about their product or showed off a public demo.There are four main reasons for the...

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3 Apple Watch productivity apps you should start using now

Productivity geeks have three apps to look forward to on the Apple Watch: two from IFTTT, and a watch version of Workflow. Go ahead and start using these iOS apps now, so you'll be ready when your watch arrives.

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FOSS compliance becomes more important

Free and open-source software could be subject to new compliance requirements.

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Don’t be duped: Beware of these Twitter parody accounts

No, Mark Zuckerberg and these other tech celebrities aren’t really following you on Twitter

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Twitter rolls out cool new feature but won't let Twitter users access it.

Twitter's new homepage sports curated lists of interesting Twitter users grouped by topic. The only catch is you can't access it if you're logged in.

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Amazing bug-sized robots developed in DARPA project

Researchers in Silicon Valley have developed insect-size robots that can manufacture microstructures that are too small and complex to be built by current machinery or by hand. The robots are part of work by SRI International into...

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EU targets Android in competition probe

The European Commission has launched an investigation into Google over its Android operating system and demands the company makes to hardware partners.

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EU launches investigation of Google Shopping

The European Commission has opened a formal investigation of Google Shopping, sending a Statement of Objections to Google on its comparaison shopping service

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Your drone flight might be illegal

Drone flying laws in the US won't be defined until 2017, which means that some commercial drone flights might be illegal.

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Space X Falcon 9 rocket lifts off

A Space X Falcon 9 rocket lifted off from Cape Canaveral in Florida on April 14, 2015, en route to the International Space Station.

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Quad lens camera captures spherical video

The Bubl cam uses a mobile app to stitch together the footage captured from the four HD cameras.

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Phantom 3 drone records 4K video

DJI's Phantom 3 delivers live video back to the pilot, which can then be livestreamed in near real time.

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What to expect from your Apple Watch try-on appointment

Schedule an Apple Watch appointment to try the on the Watch, check out a demo of its features, and ask as many questions as you want.

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