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  • The Golden Age of binge TV watching? 

    Online video services like Netflix, Hulu and Amazon are allowing consumers to gorge themselves with seemingly unlimited hours of viewing content on everything from TVs, to tablets, to smartphones.

  • How hackers beat the Heartbleed bug 

    Hackers share their tips for how to keep your data secure when browsing the internet.

  • Why Google bought a drone company 

    Google acquires drone maker Titan Aerospace, and like Facebook, hopes the technology will help deliver cheap and easy Internet access in the future.

  • Silicon Valley pushes immigration reform 

    Tech entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley push for immigration reform with

  • Locating Flight 370 with listening tech 

    The U.S. Navy is deploying the Towed Pinger Locator, a high-tech underwater listening device, to find Flight 370.

  • See CNN's first reports on the Web 

    As the World Wide Web turns 25, here's a look at how we first reported its existence.

  • Watch this drone stun a man 
    Watch this drone stun a man(1:35)Mar 9 2014

    Chaotic Moon Studios shows off a drone that can remotely stun a person, but its creators say it has applications beyond law enforcement.

  • See the new Google Glasses 
    See the new Google Glasses(1:58)Jan 28 2014

    Google is releasing a new look for Glass with four new frame offerings that can be filled with prescription lenses.

  • Samsung's new bendable TVs 
    Samsung's new bendable TVs(1:46)Jan 6 2014

    Samsung's newest line of TVs for 2014 were unveiled at this year's CES tradeshow in Las Vegas. They feature the anticipated ultra high-def 4K pixel technology, curved displays and screens that actually change shape in order to enhance the viewing experience.

  • Mushrooms: The future of packaging 

    Ecovative Design, a company in Green Island, NY, turns agricultural waste and mushroom fibers into a polystyrene packaging replacement.

  • Robots get ready for DARPA challenge 

    Teams get their robots ready to take on the DARPA challenge, a series of tests for robots with a $2 million prize.

  • See how NASA spacesuits are tested 

    ILC Dover has made every spacesuit NASA has used since the Apollo program. This is how they test them.

  • Can musicians survive on streaming income? 

    Spotify CEO Daniel Ek says the majority of royalties to artists in Sweden come from people streaming the music online. He thinks the same will happen around the world.

  • See robots clean and patrol your house 

    Google doesn't have all the fun. From cleaning to drones, take a look at these three robots you can buy that will make your life a little easy, and fun!

  • See Google's new robots run on four feet 

    Google recently acquired Boston Dynamics, a company developing bipedal robots that can run and carry large amounts of weight.

  • Why Coin is the future of payments 

    Coin CEO Kanishk Parashar discusses the practicality and security of his new start-up venture Coin, which puts multiple credit, debit or gift cards onto one card.

  • Making Amazon drone delivery a reality 

    As Amazon builds its drone delivery service, drone experts say there a few things they'll need to build before a robot can bring you your packages. Laurie Segall reports.

  • Drone carries your lunch: Burrito Bomber 

    Two engineers are developing a drone to bring you your lunch, complete with a side of guacamole.

  • Watch Amazon demo drone delivery service 

    Amazon demos a drone delivery service that would fly packages right to your door.

  • Shopping when stores and ads read your mind 

    In the future, stores could make personalized recommendations as you walk through the door, and your whole wallet could be stored on a single card. Laurie Segall reports.

  • Flipboard founder on reinventing magazines 

    Flipboard CEO Mike McCue talks about the future of the company, and opens up about his journey as an entrepreneur. Laurie Segall reports.

  • Watch the MSG renovation in 60 seconds 

    After 3 years of renovations in between the hockey and basketball seasons, Madison Square Garden is finally renovated.

  • Thank the government for your iPhone 

    Economist Mariana Mazzucato argues that much of the technology underlying your trusty Apple smartphone was actually created in government labs. What does that mean for innovation in the future?

  • Autistic teen communicates with app 

    An iPad app called Autismate is helping people with autism communicate in ways they never previously could.

  •  Printing a 3D robot 
    Printing a 3D robot(2:13)Oct 21 2013

    Entrepreneurs can now download online blueprints of fully functional robots that you can build from your own 3D printer.

  • The flying car takes off 
    The flying car takes off(1:56)Oct 21 2013

    The Terrafugia Transition is finally operational and can be reserved if you have the $270,000 to spend on it. You can also fill it up at the gas station.

  • Control a robot with your brain 

    McGill-educated engineer Carlos Asmat demonstrates his mind-controlled robot at this year's Maker Faire in New York.

  • Robot bartender mixes it up 
    Robot bartender mixes it up(3:48)Oct 1 2013

    Monsieur - the 'robotic bartender' - is an Android powered device that mixes quality cocktails at the swipe of a screen.

  • Implantable chip could make you lose weight 

    A group of Brazilian entrepreneurs are developing a device that helps you lose weight by convincing your stomach that you're full.

  • Turn your iPhone into a stun gun  

    Beyond securing smartphones from breaking, new cases are on the market promising to protect users from harm.

  • Memorable quotes from Twitter execs 

    Twitter has grown from a small start-up to a social media giant in recent years and investors eagerly await its upcoming IPO.

  • Will smartwatches be a hit? 
    Will smartwatches be a hit?(2:01)Sep 3 2013

    Smartwatches could be a big business if tech companies can convince non-watch wearers to strap them on their wrists.

  • Instant iris scans replace ID cards 

    Minority Report-style tech is replacing ID cards in offices like the Google X labs and Bank of America's corporate headquarters. Laurie Segall reports.

  • App lets girls anonymously rate guys 

    #OwnsCrocs much? That could be a dealbreaker for some ladies, and it's the kind of review you might find on dating app Lulu. Laurie Segall reports.

  • Hack allows snooping on Android phones 

    By using malware that looks like your favorite app, hackers can gain access to your Android device, including your camera, phone calls, and text messages. Laurie Segall reports.

  • How Graph Search changes your Facebook  

    Facebook expands its latest feature. Here's what you should know about how it wiil impact your privacy settings. Laurie Segall reports

  • World's first burger made from stem cells 

    Food critics evaluate a burger made in a lab from a living cow's stem cells that could potentially replace conventional meat in 20 years.

  • Hyundai's hydrogen car for $180K 

    Hyundai unveiled its first hydrogen-powered vehicle for sale to government and businesses with hopes to have the car in dealerships by 2025.

  • Human-powered helicopter beats the odds 

    Two engineers from Canada win the $250,000 Sikorsky Prize for achieving one of the toughest challenges in aviation history.

  • Google Street View climbs Mt. Fuji 

    Google has gotten one step closer in its mission to create a perfect digital map of the world by capturing 360 degree images of Mount Fuji for its Street View service.

  • Hailing a taxi with the touch of a button 

    Smartphone users may now have an easier time hailing a cab during rush hour with the help of taxi hailing apps.

  • Inside a 777 flight simulator 

    A simulator attempts to re-create what the Asiana Flight 214 crew experienced when they attempted to land at San Francisco International Airport, but crashed.

  • Scanning your kid's eyeballs at school 

    Iris scanners at schools and in your college dorm may be the next wave in security technology.

  • 3-D printing a prosthetic foot for a duck 

    A duck born with an inverted foot can now walk, thanks to a 3-D printed prosthetic foot.

  • Your kids' test scores tracked online 

    Many parents are concerned that some schools are testing services that combine data about test scores, disabilities and even parents' financial situations.

  • Makerbot CEO on 3D printer merger 

    Makerbot CEO Bre Pettis and Stratasys CEO David Reis on their 3D printing merger.

  • Could Instagram video be a Vine killer? 

    With 15 seconds of video instead of 6 and more than 130 million users, could Instagram's new video offering kill off Twitter's Vine?

  • Google tests Wi-Fi balloons 
    Google tests Wi-Fi balloons(1:37)Jun 20 2013

    The latest experiment from Google could bring Internet access to billions of people across the globe who lack access to the web.

  • Just launched, sold for millions 

    Mailbox CEO Gentry Underwood discusses how his company is trying to reinvent the email app experience and Dropbox's recent acquisition.

  • Reddit co-founder on NSA snooping 

    Alexis Ohanian discusses the NSA's controversial surveillance program and says it's time to 'draw a line in the sand' for what's off-limits in the digital age.

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McLaren's new 207mph beast  
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Why MLB became a video game developer  
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