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The newest competitor to Google Glass has hit store shelves. Epson released its Moverio BT-200 for $699.
Biometrics is increasingly being used in keeping security on mobile devices and Fujitsu plans to put more than just a finger on security for its smartphones. In a statement, the company announced it plans to deploy palm-vein scanning to address security on its mobile devices.
The recent discovery of a smart TV vulnerability that could allow the integrated webcam to be remotely activated and used to spy on unsuspecting families has some questioning the safety of these high-tech televisions.
Evernote will be welcoming a handful of software developers to their Redwood City, California headquarters this October for a one-month long mentorship program, the company announced on Tuesday.
Tech website SlashGear recently discovered screenshots of what they say appears to be a new Samsung smartwatch.
Attention Twitter users living in and around Paris, Marseille, and Nice: the government officials in charge of inventing French-language replacements for foreign-language words would like you to stop referring to the symbol used to tag your microblogging posts as a “hashtag.”
Apparently, some teenagers REALLY love using the Internet. A 16-year-old California girl is being investigated by local police after she and a 15-year-old friend reportedly drugged her parents in order to get around a curfew preventing the two teenagers from going online after hours.
Google has postponed the Android event, originally scheduled for Monday morning in New York, due to anticipated inclement weather resulting from the "Frankenstorm," Hurricane Sandy.