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Among the newer technologies are lane and road departure warning systems, which detects when drivers are about to cross a lane line and emits a warning tone. Studies have found that these systems can reduce the rate of drivers going off the road by about 40%.
Want solar panels but don't know where to start? Google has created a nifty little tool for determining if your home is a good bet for solar power. It combines Google Maps information about your home, local weather history, and estimates from nearby solar providers.
Google shared some sweet news on Monday: The next version of its mobile operating system will be called Android Marshmallow.
From a mid-level engineer to the CEO, Amazon employees are fighting back hard against accusations that the company treats its workers deplorably.
GPS gets most people from point A to point B, but Southern Nevada doctors say the concept applies to a different kind of mapping: surveying and navigating parts of the human body.
If you paid an extra $100 or even $200 for a smartphone with more storage, you got ripped off.
Everyone knows that password security is important, but a lot of people are still using '123456' to log into their Facebook, email and bank accounts.
In case you missed it, Google is now Alphabet, Alphabet owns Google, and Google has a new CEO, who reports to the old CEO. Here's the deal.
Verizon's new no-contract smartphone plans are a good deal no matter how you slice them, but there are ways to maximize the bang for your buck.
A new study from the Pew Research Center shows that 19 percent of teens are sharing their email and social media passwords with their friends or significant others.
A Japanese engineer has developed a portable transporter small enough to be carried in a backpack that he says is the world's first 'car in a bag.'
Chances are, you're wearing them right now. The wonderful little technological advancement that allows us to hear sounds in places where we shouldn't be able to hear them: headphones.
Naming your baby is no easy task. Finding a name you and your spouse both like can be even harder. But now, thanks to the new app Babyname, couples can find a name they both enjoy simply by swiping right.
On paper, it's amazing. Lexus' new hoverboard is finally released and it looks just like that wonderful, magical piece of technology you've seen in the movies.
The annual conference at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center has nearly 200 speakers and 10,000 participants from more than 70 countries.
The chipmaker began offering employees double the referral bonus for new hires from underrepresented groups -- women, people of color, and veterans.
AT&T, fresh off its completed acquisition of DirecTV, is already flexing its muscles as a combined company.
Quick, name a couple of famous female coders in the vein of Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates. Nobody comes to mind, eh? Nowadays, two of the best-known women in computer science might just be characters on a TV show.
Despite our dependence on the electronic data stored in our smartphones, many are not backing up their devices.
#SandraBland has over 263,300 posts on Instagram. But on Sunday night, the hashtag was blocked.
Don't you hate waiting in long lines? Google knows how you feel. On Tuesday, Google Maps unveiled a feature that will allow you to see a business' "Popular times" for each day of the week. They already have all that location data, so why not put it to use?
Solo travel can be a boring and lonesome enterprise. One new travel app to the market is hoping to change that. The saucily-named MileHi app is hoping to take some of the tedium out of the process by allowing fliers to meet-up (and possibly hook up) before, during and after the journey.