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The Wall Street Journal

TISSA — short for Taming Information-Stealing Smartphone Applications — essentially helps users control personal information accessible to the apps that run on their Android smartphones.

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Kate Greene via Technology Review

A British company called Peratech has announced a new technology for touch screens that registers pressure as well as the position of a finger. This could provide new ways of interacting with apps for touch screen mobile phones and tablets.

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Computers may soon understand people better than their spouses do, courtesy of innovations from startup Affectiva that expand on groundbreaking sensing research at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Affectiva co-founder and MIT profe

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Terrence Aym

The next generation of full-color displays has arrived. The researchers at Samsung Electronics have managed to create quantum dots for a breakthrough display that pushes the envelope of the technology and promises less energy usage while providing a

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