Looking to cash in on the virtual currency craze known as Bitcoins, a man living in Alberta, Canada has put his home up for sale and is looking for payment in the form of Bitcoins to compete the transaction.
Potentially ideal for anyone that's in the market for a new tablet, Barnes & Noble is prepping a promotion that will bundle a Nook e-reader device with the Nook HD line of tablets.
Ideal for NYC residents and tourists looking for the fastest way to reach another part of the city using the subway, the MTA will be installing touchscreen displays at select stations later this year.
While the DVR has significantly increased the convenience of catching your favorite television shows and movies, a new study indicates that a large chunk of recorded content simply never gets watched.
Currently being developed by ABC, the network is working on the creation of a mobile application that will allow subscribers to catch programming live without having to be in front of the television.
Looking for a new way to generate online revenue beyond traditional digital advertising, the Washington Post is finally taking steps to create and launch an online paywall later this year.
Potentially feeding more power back into the grid that it will consume, the flagship Walgreens net zero store will utilize solar power, wind power and geothermal energy for complete self-sufficiency.
Offering a high-tech way of ensuring that a teenager won't be typing text messages while driving, the ORIGOSafe has to be activated by plugging in a smartphone prior to starting up the vehicle.
Rolling out a new streaming video service up against competitors like Netflix, Redbox and Verizon have lifted the veil off the closed beta of Redbox Instant and are accepting new subscribers.
Only limited by the imagination of the user, the Dreambox vending machine allows anyone to upload and create a 3D model without having to spend thousands of dollars on a 3D printer.
Channeling a ridiculous amount of criminal stupidity, a Wisconsin man must not have been too impressed with the print quality of his counterfeit $100 bills and decided to take it up with Walmart.
Ideal for consumers that have multiple choices for Internet connectivity in their area, Netflix is offering up detailed information on the average speed of each ISP when it comes to streaming video.
Looking to score a sizable amount of cash in order to bail her boyfriend out of jail, an Oklahoma woman attempted to commit the despicable act of selling her two kids through Facebook.
Specifically looking to protect the privacy of customers, the owner of a Seattle restaurant and bar announced plans to boot out anyone that enters the business wearing Google Glass.
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