What’s next for IBM’s Jeopardy!-winning robot, Watson? Give him a call
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How an adorable new networking device may replace the humble business card.
The once-mighty pinball industry is dying. Can China save it?
Virtual dressing rooms give you the full shopping experience, minus the unflattering lighting.
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Chicago-based Groupon makes coupons cool.
New chargers are smarter than the smartphones they power
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Nintendo’s latest device puts 3-D at your fingertips.
For Serious Materials, eco-friendly construction is no laughing matter.
A new generation of billboard in Tokyo knows who you are and what you want to buy.
A young CEO brings the fun back to Wham-O toys.