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No need to wait until the holidays for great video games

Marc Saltzman, Special for USA TODAY 8:15 a.m. EDT September 19, 2015 A scene from the action game ‘Destiny: The Taken King.’(Photo: Activision/Bungie) In case you haven’t noticed, September is shaping up to be one of the strongest months for ...

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There's a new home appliance brand coming to America

You’ve probably never heard of Beko, but it’s one of the leading appliance brands in Europe. A division of Turkey’s Arçelik conglomerate, Beko already imports European-style compact appliances to the U.S. under the Blomberg brand name. But for 2016, Arçelik ...

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Twitter board will hire Jack Dorsey as CEO – Sacca

Investor Chris Sacca spoke at a #talkingtechLIVE event at JibJab studios.(Photo: Jefferson Graham) LOS ANGELES – Outspoken Twitter investor Chris Sacca has no doubt he will win his war with the Twitter board of directors. “I will get what I want,” ...

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IBM’s A.I. System Watson to Get New West Coast Home

Photo Amy Gross, the head of VineSleuth, works with Vinith Misra of IBM on her company’s new Watson-enabled app at the IBM Bluemix Garage in San Francisco. Credit Tony Avelar/Feature Photo Service for IBM IBM’s Watson is moving West and ...

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Q&A: Rod Fergusson on his return to 'Gears of War'

A scene from ‘Gears of War: Ultimate Edition.’(Photo: Microsoft) Video game producer Rod Fergusson is celebrating what he calls a “triple homecoming.” After working with Epic Games on the action series Gears of War — which topped 22 million in sales ...

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A skateboard-inspired chair alternative for fidgety kids

Jennifer Jolly, Special for USA TODAY 2:44 a.m. EDT September 24, 2015 The OmieBox lunch box.(Photo: OmieBox) Corrections & Clarifications: A previous version of this story gave the incorrect price for The Level. It is $289-$429.    I think it’s natural to look for ...

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These health tech gadgets go well beyond FitBit

At TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco, start-ups showed off gadgets that could give you a full EKG, monitor your medications, or even do remote therapy.           Source link

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The tech economy lands in San Francisco's Dogpatch with a thud

John Shinal, Special for USA TODAY 12:55 a.m. EDT September 24, 2015 TechCrunch Disrupt(Photo: John Shinal, for USA TODAY) SAN FRANCISCO — The economic wave from San Francisco’s current technology boom has finally reached the city’s Dogpatch section. It’s too early to ...

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App Smart: Find Out What Apple’s New iPhones and iOS Can Do

Continue reading the main story Video App Smart | Take Advantage of iOS 9 When you’ve got your shiny new, or at least newly iOS 9-enabled device sitting in your hand, what apps should you load up? We’ve got some ...

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