MarketWatch Take On Tech
Turn your smartphone into a pain reliever09/18/14
Soon your smartphone or tablet may be able to relieve chronic pain. Andrew O'Day reports.
Time to hit 'reset' on electronic medical records?
A new report casts the nation's electronic medical records system almost as a sick patient whose many problems get in the way of treating real patients. Andrew O'Day reports.
Online quiz answers reveal more than you think
Which young Hollywood hunk is your soul mate? Take the quiz! Better yet, maybe you shouldn't. Andrew O'Day reports.
Apple for the teacher, app for the student
New apps can help students be more productive at school. Charlie Turner reports.
Relax and let your car park itself
New technology lets your car park itself in a space it finds itself. Charlie Turner reports.
Wearable technology gets blinged out
As wearable device makers look to stand out in a crowded field of products, some turn to New York's Fashion Week. Andrew O'Day reports.
Happy Internet Slowdown Day!
That isn't a real progress bar on some of your favorite websites. It's a large and growing protest against the possible loss of net neutrality. Andrew O'Day reports.
Apple's event leaves tech analyst hungry
New I-phones, Apple Watch and I-pay, says analyst Rob Enderle, didn't surprise anyone.
Shop at the tip of a tweet
With the introduction of a 'Buy' button, Twitter wants to become your next place to shop. Andrew O'Day reports.
More banking services move to your phone
New apps make tracking your spending as easy as swiping your phone. Charlie Turner reports.
Smartphone kill switch may help kill phone theft
A new California law will help smartphone owners outsmart thieves. Joan Doniger reports.
Your smartphone's security has no clothes
Most people are not using the full security features of their mobile devices because most don't know they exist. Andrew O'Day reports.
Windows XP is the Chucky of operating systems
New research on which kinds of computers we're using finds one really old operating system refuses to die. Andrew O'Day reports.
Teens prefer tech over back-to-school clothes
Today's teens are more concerned with accessorizing their phones than themselves. Ann Cates reports.
Students online, not in line for college textbooks
Cash-strapped college students teach the textbook industry a lesson: Get with the times. Andrew O'Day reports.
Upcoming iPad will redefine "Big Apple"
What do you call an Apple iPad with an almost 13-inch screen? A game-changer? A Hail-Mary? Soon we'll find out. Andrew O'Day reports.
Your next Facebook foray may have less click bait
There's been yet another tweak to what you see on Facebook. But you're probably going to like it this time. Andrew O'Day explains.
New tech means Wall Street works through vacation
Technology tethers traders to the job in August. And that's fine by them. Tracy Johnke reports.
Workout apps for short attention spans
Don't have time for the gym? Apps provide short, intense workouts for those on the go.
There may be an app for that, but who cares?
New research finds that for many mobile phone owners, app is starting to stand for apathy. Andrew O'Day explains.
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