Tech the Halls
Dec04

Tech the Halls

Our 2018 high-tech gift guide for any member of the family

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The Family Gadget Gift Guide
Dec04

The Family Gadget Gift Guide

Look no further than across your own kitchen table to gaze upon the glorious era of future tech we have wrought—there, illuminated only by the glow of a personal smart device, will you find the eyes of your partner, children, and grandparents, individually fixated on an animated photo of a cat tripping a baby or a sloth seated upright at a classroom desk. Instead of shoveling yet another insular, single-person lump of tech into every...

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Women: Advanced
Aug01

Women: Advanced

The modern age of medicine is improving lifestyles

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Not a Cloud in the Sky
Jun28

Not a Cloud in the Sky

Cloud storage can save you from the storm of data loss

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Going Topless
Jun08

Going Topless

It’s time to buy a convertible

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Hi-Tech Smile
Jun07

Hi-Tech Smile

Rapid advancements are changing the face of cosmetic dentistry

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Curious about Cameras?
May04

Curious about Cameras?

A point-and-shoot primer

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Open Road Downloads
Apr01

Open Road Downloads

Let’s face it—even with the best of buddies or brethren in tow, the greatest road trip is often made all the greater when you’ve got the implements of modern technology at your fingertips. For better or worse, gone are the days of navigating around cities and tollways with merely your trusty road atlas and the same handful of cassette tapes to stave off the boredom. This month, we take a look at some of the best little apps for your...

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Printing Bodies
Mar02

Printing Bodies

3D printing is revolutionizing medical science When Halley’s Comet appeared in our inner solar system in 1986—the same year IBM unveiled the first laptop computer—engineer Chuck Hall had other things on his mind. He was busy patenting his new invention—3D printing, known as stereolithography. The potential benefits in manufacturing seemed huge—rapid prototyping, quick design iteration, and cost-effective low volume production runs....

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Dr. da Vinci
Mar02

Dr. da Vinci

Robotic tech making surgeons more than merely human 100 years ago, surgeons still performed procedures with their bare hands, working in their street clothes, protected by an apron. The tools they used were not much better. Just a glimpse of vintage surgical equipment will send shivers up your spine. Thankfully, we live in the 21st century! While we’re not to the point where doctors can operate by waving a device over the body like...

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Doggie DNA
Feb02

Doggie DNA

These tests aren’t just for courtrooms and police dramas anymore. Originally introduced in 1985, a mere 30-some years later DNA testing technology is so ubiquitous that footballs, sideline pylons, and even the coin used for the opening coin toss in the Super Bowl are marked with specific kinds of synthetic, invisible DNA to prevent counterfeiting—with a 1-in-33-trillion chance of getting the genetic sequence of the thing correct....

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Resolve to Start a Blog
Jan12

Resolve to Start a Blog

There are plenty of reasons to start a blog! And there’s no time like the present. Maybe you want to share fashion, cooking, and chic entertaining tips with your peers. Maybe you want to muse about socially responsible parenting practices. Or maybe you’re just looking for a virtual way to record and share family memories with loved ones across the world. Whatever the reason, you surely have something important to write down. But how...

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It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Gadgets
Dec08

It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Gadgets

Don’t be afraid to phone it in this Christmas. We live in such an endlessly convenient world that a lot of classic gifts for the folks nobody knew what to get have all but been replaced by a variety of digital whosits and whatsits galore. Everyone’s toting around a smartphone now! But it’s not necessary to fight it. Really, the best course of action here is to embrace our new, technological tyrants with only the coolest collection of...

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Luxury Car Tech Meets Science Fiction
Nov08

Luxury Car Tech Meets Science Fiction

Remember George Jetson’s flying car that folded up into a briefcase? Automotive technology isn’t there quite yet, but many features that were sci-fi a decade ago are becoming commonplace. For example, vehicles today can come equipped with a collision-avoidance system, or self-parking technology designed to make parallel parking a breeze. James Bond-worthy car gadgetry is for everyone, from auto and tech enthusiasts to regular folks....

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