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One U.S. dollar could soon equal one euro

The U.S. dollar is looking pretty mighty these days.<p>Thanks to the resurgent American economy, the greenback has strengthened significantly in recent months against almost every other currency.<p>That's especially true compared with the euro, which is getting slammed by gloomy growth in the …

Economy

A detailed examination of the Selfie Brush (iPhone 6 edition)

Historically, if you wanted someone to know what you looked like after you'd died, you hired a portrait artist to work for weeks recreating your face in agonizing detail. With the advent of video conferencing, however, the forward-facing camera went from technological oddity to vital necessity. It …

Mobile Photography

Watch Bill Gates Test A New Machine That Turns Poop Into Clean Water

According to Gates, at least 2 billion people worldwide don't have access to adequate sanitation, with human waste often polluting the water supply and remaining untreated.<p>The "Omniprocessor" aims to help with this problem. Its development is led by Seattle-based engineering firm Janicki …

Emerging Markets

What's New on TV, Netflix Streaming, Digital, and DVD/Blu-ray This Week: December 22 - 28

<i>At a loss for what to watch this week? From new DVDs and Blu-rays, to what's streaming on Netflix, we've got you covered.</i><p><b>New on DVD and Blu-ray</b><p><b>"The Good Lie"</b><br>Although Reese Witherspoon's face is on all the posters, the real stars of "The Good Lie" are the actors who portray young survivors of the …

Sony hackers’ real crime: Why it’s not an assault on speech — but something worse

“The Interview” could still be released online. What’s really under attack is not speech, but property. Here’s why<p>Yesterday, Sony Pictures pulled its movie "The Interview" from release on Christmas Day. The movie, which depicts two journalists attempting to assassinate North Korean dictator Kim …