MarketWatch Take On Tech
New apps can help you decompress08/21/14
If you're stressed, several apps rent out peace and quiet. Charlie Turner reports.
Inaccurate arrest databases hurt wrongly accused
Thanks to faulty online information, millions of people who have been arrested but not convicted are paying a debt to society they don't owe. Andrew O'Day reports.
Who needs Wall Street? Not Silicon Valley
Increasingly when tech firms tie the knot, Wall Street isn't invited to the wedding. Andrew O'Day reports.
The ShamWow of technology
Want a machine that freshens your suit? Meet the Swash! Charlie Turner reports.
Is the internet headed for Y2K 2.0?
So much stuff is now on the internet it's bursting at the seams. Andrew O'Day reports.
Cardboard really can keep you warm
The box your last internet order was shipped in could be a major part of a future building project. MarketWatch Radio's Joan Doniger talks with the head of UltraCell Insulation.
A hotel hires a robot employee
Early in the film Return of the Jedi, R2D2 is a bartender. But in real life, a robot quite similar is about to be a bellhop. Andrew O'Day reports.
Apps for game-time travel decisions
Some new apps cater to last-minute travelers. Charlie Turner reports.
Your email secrets soon may be safe
Privacy-protecting innovation soon could be coming to your email. Thank Edward Snowden and Target. Andrew O'Day explains.
A potentially life-saving app for first responders
Emergency rescue efforts plagued by communication problems now have a solution. Charlie Turner reports.
A new smart watch will let you run phoneless
Timex can take a licking, but it also can dish one out. Just ask the companies trying to corner the smartwatch market. Andrew O'Day reports.
Pervs can't hide child porn in email anymore
Google's fight against online child porn now extends to email accounts. Andrew O'Day reports.
Where did I put those keys? New apps can help
If you're prone to losing your keys or wallet, fear not. The app world is now here for you. Just don't lose your phone. Charlie Turner explains.
Comparison shop in your neighborhood with this app
You can use apps to find a better deal on electronics. Why not groceries? Steve Potisk reports.
The search for a few good gamers
The construction industry is recruiting video-gamers for job sites because of their hand-eye coordination skills.
HIlton steps up high-tech competition
Hilton Worldwide Holdings wants you to do everything from choose your hotel room to open its door with your smartphone.
Workout wear tones up its fabric
Companies are making stronger clothing to help YOU stregthen your muscles.
Microgrids can generate and store electricity
They're a growing alternative to generators and range in size and power sources.
Influencing the gaming industry may be an easy win
Getting gamers in on the ground floor of new games. Steve Potisk reports.
Price matching diapers creates a big stink
A diaper diatribe causes a major mess for retail price matching efforts. Andrew O'Day reports.
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