Google’s Plan to Keep You Online All the Time

Google’s Plan to Keep You Online All the Time

Google wants you to stop thinking about what wireless network your phone is on.

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Mercedes Thinks Americans May Want a Luxury Pickup

Mercedes Thinks Americans May Want a Luxury Pickup

The Germans think we may be interested in a luxury “lifestyle pickup.”

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The Week’s Trailers: Bond Faces His Dark Secret in Spectre

The Week’s Trailers: Bond Faces His Dark Secret in Spectre

This week we have an eclectic collection of trailers for you, from Bond to Bessie. Watch them all here.

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We Tested 4 GPS Apps That Work Even When You’re Offline

We Tested 4 GPS Apps That Work Even When You’re Offline

To get a look at the market for offline GPS systems, we downloaded four apps that support offline maps, turned cellular data services off, and hit the road.

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The Quest to Save Crowdfunding From Scammers and Flakes

The Quest to Save Crowdfunding From Scammers and Flakes

The promise of crowdfunding is that it empowers small time entrepreneurs to create new products. But failures threaten to scare would-be customers away from crowdfunding altogether.

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The Internet of Anything: How to Build Mobile Apps for Your DIY Connected Gadgets

The Internet of Anything: How to Build Mobile Apps for Your DIY Connected Gadgets

Thingstudio wants to make the Internet of Things easier to use, and more private.

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Holograms Will Let Doctors See 3-D Views of Our Insides

Holograms Will Let Doctors See 3-D Views of Our Insides

Biomedical imaging is stuck on 2-D screens. But new holographic technologies are bringing those images into the real, three-dimensional world.

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