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The Queen’s annual Christmas speech to be broadcast in 3D this year

This year, British citizens with the right pairs of glasses will be able to invite the Queen into their living rooms as the annual Christmas broadcast from Her Majesty gets transmitted in 3D for the first time.

Get your karaoke on with the new SongBooth iPhone app and you could net a record deal

SongBooth, a music video recording app, wants to prove that a mobile platform can be the next YouTube of Myspace for up-and-coming artists.

‘Cards Against Humanity’ raises $70,000 for Wikipedia

A party game that got its start through online crowdfunding has donated the profits from its most-recent Internet experiment to Wikipedia. Is this the new digital circle of life?

How to make yourself unhackable

Computer and online security is a game of cat and mouse. Stay one step ahead of the cat by protecting yourself with these helpful tips.

So what’s an Ultrabook anyways?

Heard the term "Ultrabook" but not sure what it means? We help explain what an Ultrabook is and how it's different from a regular laptop.
Home Theater

DT’s ‘Better Than Socks’ Holiday Giveaway: Sceptre 32-inch 3D LED TV

This giveaway contest is now closed. Congratulations to Drewb, our winner for this contest!
Buying Guides

DT Deals: Be an app developer with a $29 investment

Creating an iOS app isn't as hard as you think - just follow this respected guide and you'll be on your way to the App Store. That's today's DT Deals.
Social Media

Surprise! Social media companies are businesses too

As the Instagram fallout continues, users need to examine the source of our hurt: Are social networks really expected to have our backs? Maybe it's time to put down the pitchfork.

Jetsetter: Sony sells 30 million PlayStation 3 consoles across Europe

This week in Jetsetter we sweep across the European continent to look at PlayStation 3 sales, look at a little Belarusian company's success in Russia with World of Tanks, and stop off in Japan to lament Zynga's fall in the country.

The fast and the foreign: Five of the best cars we’ll likely never drive in the U.S.

While the U.S. auto industry is brimming with sweet rides, foreign markets are touting a handful of vehicles we'd love to drive on home soil.
Home Theater

In defense of wires: Why we’re not ready to cut all the cords just yet

It's been a big year for wireless technology, especially in the audio space. But does wireless tech require too many sacrifices to be truly convenient?

Gifts of Holiday Past: Before there was Farmville, Tamagotchi was the pinnacle of time-wasting tech

One of my most beloved holiday gifts was my Tamagotchi virtual pet. But 16 years later, are people still playing with the toys? In a word: holycrapyes. We found a Tamagotchi fan who not only plays with them; he has an arsenal of more than…