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Student breaks into home to use Facebook, caught after not logging out

Possibly a case of extreme Facebook addiction, an 18-year-old college student thought it would be a fantastic idea to break into a nearby home, relax on the couch and peruse the popular social network.
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Google Glass to be built in Silicon Valley, report says

Google Glass will be assembled at a Foxconn facility in Santa Clara, a report claimed Wednesday. The plant would be just down the street from the Web giant's Mountain View headquarters, allowing engineers to more easily make any last-minute…

Ford launches Personalized Fuel Efficiency Apps Challenge – win $50,000!

Ford is looking to use technology to give consumers more accurate fuel economy data. At the 2013 New York Auto Show Jim Farley, Ford Executive vice president of global marketing, sales, service, and Lincoln announced the Personalized Fuel…
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Celebrating Tumblr’s 100 million blog milestone

Tumblr is churning out millions of blogs - and here are some of our favorites that managed to turn an Internet pastime into a Web-based business.
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V-Moda Crossfade M-100 Review

V-Moda Crossfade M-100 review.

The car as a mobile device: The perks and pitfalls of increased car connectivity

What if your car was nothing more than a four-wheeled smartphone? What if car companies spent as much time thinking about connectivity and apps as they do about horsepower and fuel economy? Making the car an extension of our online selves…

Chevrolet’s fast and light Camaro Z/28 returns for track duty

The Camaro just got better with this track-focused blast from the past.

New pill bottle concept comes equipped with smartphone technology

A new concept for a pill bottle will feature smartphone technology, like 3G/LTE connectivity, text messaging, and an alarm. The bottle will help to remind patients to take their medication at the appropriate times.

Using GPS tracking, researchers can now fingerprint who you are by your movements

A new report conducted by MIT shows that anonymous cell phone GPS data can actually be used to determine the user's identity. The study raises even more questions about privacy, an already huge topic of concern in the digital world.

LG wins patent for a phone with three screens

LG was recently approved for a patent that details a smartphone that would have three screens. Two of the screens would be retractable and serve as spots where auxiliary functions would take place.

NY Auto Show: 475+hp, 9000rpm Porsche GT3 honors 50 years of the iconic 911

Fifty years after Porsche launched the 911, the latest GT3 performance model is still a force to be reckoned with on the track.

Techy Mercedes-Benz B-Class EV with 115-mile range set to hit US streets

With the global debut of the new 2014 Mercedes-Benz B Class Electric, the compact EV market is likely to win over a few more consumers.