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IBM app marries augmented reality, comparison shopping

Technology / Gadgets : CNET: The Cheapskate

Amnon Rebak, an IBM Research staff member from Haifa, Israel, shows the idea behind the company's technology for identifying items for sale then letting customers sort through them. (Credit: Stephen Shankland/CNET) HANOVER, Germany-...

Luma Router Fills Your Entire Home With Wi-Fi

Technology : Tom's Guide

Expensive and with midrange performance, the Luma routers are small, easy to use and let you set up a mesh network in your home for greater coverage, but the devices don't let you customize much of anything.

Google: We're Not Creepy Enough to Recognize Your Face

Humor : Time: Tech

We're kind of creepy, but not that creepy—the gist of Google guru Eric Schmidt's public scorn-pouring on technology that'd allow a company to recognize and identify your face, or my face, or anyone's face. How? By storing pictures o...

New Android App Lets Users Identify Brands That Support SOPA

Technology / Gadgets : PSFK: Electronics & Gadgets

Smartphone scanning technology gives customers an easy way to identify items that are produced by companies that support the controversial piece of legislation.

How Using Technology To Greet A Customer Is Just Plain Creepy

Industries / Retail : The Retail Doctor

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