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The key findings of an 11-month study into unsolicited phone calls.
After losing a loved one, these founders couldn’t find the answers they were searching for. So, they came up with their own solutions.
She purchased the La Jolla home last fall.
The virtual assistant wants to help diagnose mental illness, autism, concussions and Parkinson’s disease, too.
They're not just there to look pretty.
A computer science professor offers some ideas for what you can do about it.
But scientists have concerns.
Spam calls are at an all-time high, but there are ways to combat them.
Dreading the "low battery" alert? Find out what makes your smartphone battery die, and how you can make it last longer.
The trend is getting increasing international attention as a potential “cure” for technology addiction.
Our devices leave us vulnerable, and in many cases victims are none the wiser.
A new wave of people are noticing these subtle but peculiar aspects of chatting over video.
They tested the technology on 10 human livers that had been rejected by transplant centers. Six regained full functionality within a week.
The device was originally designed for those with Parkinson's.
How one dog inspired a new cancer-detecting robot.
Need a ride but don't have a smartphone? There's a toll-free number for that.
The DoorJammer is a portable, no-hassle door barricade that doesn't need a fitting tool or any door modification to install.
Our long national nightmare is over.
A quickly emerging set of technologies known as bioprinting is poised to push the boundaries further.
The Longevity Explorers meet regularly to discuss what they find challenging or fulfilling about products ranging from canes to hearing aids to the Amazon Echo.
It's that simple, we won't try to sell you anything. We won't even ask for your phone number. We promise.