For decades, the blind have used canes to get around. Now a special wristband gives them a 'sixth sense.'
By Peter Holley Peter Holley Technology reporter Email Bio Follow Watching Fernando Albertorio stroll down a crowded sidewalk in downtown Washington during a recent lunch hour, casually sidestepping pedestrians
Google's Family Link app lets parents hand down their old Android gadgets to their kids without worrying about what they could end up downloading from the Play Store or finding online. They just have create
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It's flexible, but it can really take a beating. For decades, football players have worn rigid, unyielding helmets that protected the skull but did little to prevent concussions. To address this shortcoming,
Bad news for fans of credit card replacement gadget Coin. Today Coin revealed that those who pre-ordered the device will have to wait a bit longer before getting their hands on one. But while finished
Whether you're a morning person or a night owl is determined on the cellular level. There's a tiny but critical collection of neurons in your brain that tells you what to do and when to do it. It's only
Fluffy like confetti and just as liquorous as the bottled stuff Some truths we rarely question. The sky is blue. The sun rises in the east. Cocktails are wet. But a new product, called Palcohol, aims crumble