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Lingualy Turns Your Web Browsing Into a Chance to Learn a New Language

Chrome: Lingualy is a language learning extension for Chrome that learns how good you are with a language, and then recommends texts online for you …

LG ships retro TV with rotary dials

Do you miss walking over the TV to change the channel? We know LG does. It just launched a 32-inch LCD set, the 32LN630R, that resembles a '70s tube TV down to the working channel and volume dials. Not that the company is foregoing modern luxuries, mind you -- its 1080p, IPS-based display supports …

Now We Know Why Googling 'Pressure Cookers' Gets a Visit from Cops

This article is from the archive of our partner .<p>Michele Catalano was looking for information online about pressure cookers. Her husband, in the same …

This company just raised $30m to put cameras all over your house

What began as a playful experiment is now a booming business<p>Greg Duffy started Dropcam with a simple goal: find out which neighbor was letting their dog poop on his dad's lawn week after week. His father had looked into security cameras, but couldn't find one that made it easy to record, stream and …

Dialogue controls your smartphone from your Mac, lets you make and record phone calls

As Apple continues to refine its mobile and desktop operating systems, the company has slowly integrated messaging and other mobile-centric features into Mac OS. With an Apple ID, Mac and iOS owners can send and receive Messages and also make FaceTime video calls, but traditional phone call support …

Hacker's Tiny Spy Computers Aim To Track Targets Around Entire Neighborhoods And Cities

The National Security Agency, argues Brendan O’Connor, doesn’t have a monopoly on mass surveillance. In fact, he’s developed a cheap system of open-source spy boxes and mapping software that he says will let anyone “track everyone in a neighborhood, suburb, or city from the comfort of their …