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US Army lab develops a way to read soldiers’ brains

Military intelligence analysts spend a lot of time scrutinizing countless images from various sources, such as drones and surveillance systems. An automated program developed by cognitive neuroscientist Dr

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Recommended Reading: The gadgets and cocktails of James Bond

Recommended Reading highlights the best long-form writing on technology and more in print and on the web. Some weeks, you'll also find short reviews of books that we think are worth your time

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Amazon’s 12 new pilots include animated, spy and biopic series

It's Amazon pilot season, which means there are a bunch of new shows you can stream via Prime Instant Video for free -- well, their first episodes anyway.

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One of the world’s first personal computers is up for sale

Many people don't know the history of the Kenbak-1 Digital Computer, but it's considered to be the world's first commercially available personal computer -- and one is going up for sale in just a few minutes.

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Droid Turbo 2 Review: Definitely Shatterproof, But Also an Eyesore

There is no shortage of high performance Android phones out there, and it can be hard to find a good reason to go with one over the other. The Droid Turbo 2 has a couple of features that say hey over here, pick me.

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Counterfeiters already have fake ‘BTTF’ Nikes with power laces

Nike won't have its Back to the Future 2 kicks on shelves until next year, but it looks like the folks who make their money selling knockoffs aren't waiting around. Since Nike announced the Mags with power laces will be a very limited edition avail...

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Researchers turn a swarm of drones into a physical hologram

The augmented reality interface in Minority Report was futuristic, but what it lacked were objects that you could physically touch, according to researchers from Queens University.

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ZenFone 2 Deluxe Special Edition packs 128GB of storage and 4GB of RAM

Asus has unveiled its latest smartphone called the Zenfone 2 Deluxe Special Edition. The smartphone combines an attractive design with nice hardware and should be something that phone shoppers want to check out

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School and nonprofit customers stop Sprint from shutting down WiMAX

Sprint announced back in 2014 that it will shut down its WiMAX data network today, November 6th, 2015. That's not going to happen now, though, because a Massachusetts court has put a stop to the carrier's plans, according to Recode.

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Apple hires engineer who used to work on digital license plates

Apple has been snapping up talent from all over the place ever since it started putting more effort into Project Titan, Cupertino's electric car initiative. One of its latest hires is veteran software engineer Rónán Ó Braon&aac...

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