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14-Year-Old Entrepreneur Raises $100K to Create First-Aid Vending Machine
What started as an eighth-grade project could soon turn into a multi-million-dollar company thanks to a 14-year-old entrepreneur from Alabama and his diligent work ethic. A decade of playing baseball as a first baseman and pitcher inspired Opelika High School freshman Taylor Rosenthal to create a
Head to Head: Apple Watch vs. Fitbit Blaze
Choose the right smartwatch for your needs and it could become an integral part of your everyday life. Choose the wrong one and it may end up buried in a desk drawer. At Apple 's iPhone SE launch event this week, CEO Tim Cook announced the Apple Watch is the "best-selling" smartwatch in the world
New Smartphones Take Center Stage at Mobile World Congress
Gadget aficionados will want to pay close attention to this year's Mobile World Congress. From smartphones packed with more processing power to gadgets that can make wired lives easier, the annual event in Barcelona gives a first look at some of the impressive technology consumers can expect to get
The Best of the Consumer Electronics Show
Giz Wiz Dick DeBartolo reviews his favorite gadgets from the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Netflix Cracks Down on Users Who Don't Stay Within Their Borders
The folks at Netflix dream of a world where every customer has access to any movie or television show they want to watch. For now, the streaming network said it will crack down on users who attempt to access content available on another country's Netflix site. The reason: it all comes down to
Amazon Echo Could Be Getting an Unplugged Mini-Me
Amazon's tremendously popular Echo, which is a hybrid between a speaker and a personal assistant, may be getting a smaller, more portable sibling, according to a report this week. While the current tube-shaped Echo is perfect for keeping in the living room corner or plugged in on a counter, the
CES 2016: The Biggest Takeaways on the Future of Tech
The Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is a technology nerd's playground -- and this year it was bigger than ever. There were more than 3,600 exhibitors spread across 2.47 million-square-feet this year. The Consumer Technology Association, which hosts the annual trade show, said the show
Virtual Reality: Hands on With the Luna 360-Degree Camera
Making virtual reality home movies is within reach this year. Luna 360, a consumer-friendly camera set to be released later this year, provides an accessible way for anyone to shoot 360-degree home movies and export them for viewing on virtual reality devices. There's no doubt 2016 is the year
CES 2016: Inside the Year of Virtual Reality
Virtual reality is no longer just for tech nerds. At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week, it was clear 2016 is going to be the year of virtual reality for the masses. "This year is really the first year consumers have access to this," DJ Roller, founder of NExtVR told ABC News'
How to Tour the CES Scene with iJustine
ABC News' Alyssa Newcomb talks with YouTube star Justine Ezarik at the Consumer Electronics Show.