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Video-game players aren't that difficult to shop for. Let's face it: It's an expensive hobby, and most gamers have something on their list that they've set aside in the hopes that Santa might deliver.
Grant Hasse was born with two very rare conditions. Now he's a bundle of energy after three dozen surgeries, including an innovative operation to create a new voice box.
U.S. utilities see great potential in the use of remote-controlled drones to do the often-dangerous work of inspecting power lines and transmission towers but strict regulations have so far slowed adoption of the technology.
Criminal charges were dropped Friday against a suburban New York college student arrested while taking a video of two friends being arrested.
Reactor is introducing the first ionic watch ever to be made. The limited edition Ionic Poseidon is replacing the monochrome look of most watches with a new iridescent, color changing finish.
What to get a tech-savvy kid who's tired of the same old tablets and video games? New toys this year range from easy-to-use sets for building circuits to a talking dinosaur powered by IBM's Watson artificial-intelligence system.
A pair of new mobile apps hopes to help Palestinians navigate their way around snarled traffic at Israeli checkpoints in the West Bank, offering a high-tech response to an intractable problem.
Consumer Reports spent three years examining the risks from routinely feeding animals drugs.
Watching video on a phone or personal computer can sometimes feel less than awesome - not to mention kind of lonely, given the limited viewing angle of the small screen.
Apple's year-old mobile-payments service is expanding to more countries, banks and merchants, as it faces growing competition and some challenges before it becomes as commonplace as plastic cards.
Fans looking to listen to Adele's new album won't be able to do so on Spotify.
The developers of "Star Wars: Battlefront" got off to a rocky start when building a level based on the upcoming blockbuster "The Force Awakens."
Security analysis says ISIS members are using video game networks to communicate without being detected.
A 2014 federal report showed 239 manure-based digesters were operating in the U.S. And the federal Department of Agriculture issued $6 million in grants last month for anaerobic digester projects.
Twitter will no longer host blood drives at its headquarters over the Federal Drug Administration's decades-old ban that prohibits gay and bisexual men from donating blood.
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