MarketWatch Take On Tech
Bad landlord? There's an app for that10/20/14
Renters can use new apps to keep landlords in line. Charlie Turner reports.
The cure to cable could be worse than the disease
When it comes to cutting the cable TV cord, careful what you wish for -- because you're going to get it. Andrew O'Day explains.
New help for frustrated smartphone typists
Having trouble typing on a smartphone? Some apps help you tame the typos. Charlie Turner reports.
Typing on a tablet can be a pain -- literally
Typing on a tablet's flat screen can be a real pain in the neck compared to using an actual keyboard. But new research finds it also can be a pain in the shoulder. Andrew O'Day reports.
Phone apps help you unplug from your phone
New smartphone apps help you take a break from your smartphone. Charlie Turner explains.
Big Data knows your voice
More companies and governments are using your voice as a sonic signature. Andrew O'Day reports.
Lab food gets closer to making meat obsolete
Now you can cook your veggie burger rare - with the blood still running! Andrew O'Day reports.
The battlefield is no living room rug
The maker of the Roomba autonomous vacuum cleaner faces new opportunities and challenges with a smarter operating system. Tracy Johnke reports.
A lot of food labeled natural is Frankenfood
Research finds genetic modification may help create the lion's share of U.S. food labeled as natural. Andrew O'Day reports.
PayPal's top rival soon could be Facebook Friend
A hidden gem in Facebook's Messenger app could have a big payoff for the Social Network. Andrew O'Day reports.
Facebook: Stick out your tongue and say App
Facebook already knows what's on your mind. Now it wants to know what's in your body. Andrew O'Day reports.
Tweets become fodder for MIT researchers
An MIT research project funded by Twitter will study every tweet ever made. Andrew O'Day reports.
Zombies in love are coming to social media
You only thought the Twilight saga was over. Andrew O'Day reports.
New Netflix movie to kick Hollywood where it hurts
First Netflix changed the way we see movies. Now it's making one. Andrew O'Day reports.
GoPro sports new cameras for those who go slower
People who are less inclined to go extreme soon will have a line of GoPro cameras for themselves. Andrew O'Day reports.
Click your way through a home remodeling project
Some mobile apps can help you with home remodeling projects. Charlie Turner reports.
The Seeing Eye App
A new app may provide invaluable aid to the blind. Charlie Turner reports.
Now Facebook is creeping out other websites
Facebook's relationship with other websites: More complicated every day. Andrew O'Day reports.
The Ed Snowdenification of the smartphone business
Smartphone companies are using privacy from the government as a selling tool. Andrew O'Day reports.
Google finds a new tablet dance partner
In its quest to unveil a tablet that can break from the pack and challenge Apple's iPad, Google turns to its original Android friend. Andrew O'Day reports.
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