The premise behind the IoT is that electronic household and workplace objects -- including printers, clocks, appliances, cleaning equipment, children's toys, and shop tools -- will one day all be internet connected.
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You can check out any time you'd like, but you can never... well, you know the song. Aurich Lawson. The hapless, rude Comcast employee who was recorded by a customer during what we can only hope was his worst moment couldn't have imagined what ...
Honda Motor Co. (7267), targeting a U.S. sales boost in 2014's final months, upgraded the new Fit hatchback to raise the vehicle's score in a key crash test and will replace the bumpers on cars made before the design change.
Norway's Opera Software ASA (STO:OPERAO), known for its speedy internet browser, has long played the role of creative underdog, pioneering tabs, server-side page-caching, and other technologies later embraced by larger browsermakers.
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WASHINGTON: Verizon Communications Inc has denied the report that it was in talks with carriers and hardware manufacturers to open a new mobile software store.
Patrons play slot machines before the opening of Margaritaville at Resorts casino. (David Maialetti / Staff Photographer). Travel Deals.
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Apple's stock has touched a new high, reflecting investors' renewed faith in CEO Tim Cook's ability to outwit the competition and expand the technological hit factory built by the late Steve Jobs.
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Wal-Mart is slashing iPhone prices. Starting Thursday at 9 a.m. local times, the retail giant is selling the iPhone 5s for $79 and the iPhone 5c for a mere 97 cents.
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A study has revealed that the Rapiscan Secure 1000 scanner previously used by airports around the country can fail to detect weapons if attackers know how to exploit the machines weaknesses.
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A driver who did "doughnuts" on the Golden Gate Bridge in a Chevy Camaro over the weekend was acting “unbelievably dangerous” and “stupid,” local authorities said.
Ford has told its U.S. dealers to stop test-driving and selling C-Max and Focus models produced during one week this month because of potential problems with the steering gear assembly, according to a notice sent to the dealers.
Summary: Delaware has become the first state to pass a law allowing heirs to inherit digital access to online accounts, such as Facebook, Twitter, Gmail, and other services.
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