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Expo Notes: Rhythm Touch helps treat the show floor aches

The Rhythm Touch is a small rectangular box the size of half a deck of cards, and it uses electric stimulator pads to ease muscle pain.

Supreme Court: GPS tracking needs court warrant

U.S. law enforcement agents need court-approved warrants to track a suspect's whereabouts using a GPS device, the U.S. Supreme Court said Monday, in deciding a burning issue where privacy intersects with modern technology.

WowWee puts real toys in digital games, creates 'appcessories'

WowWee showed an upcoming game platform at the Consumer Electronics Show called AppGear, which combines real toys with on-screen animation to create a new product category it calls "appcessories."

iOS accessories on display at CES

From the iLounge Pavilion to the rest of the Consumer Electronics Show floor, our intrepid editors leave no stone unturned looking for eye-catching iPhone and iPad cases, styluses, and other add-ons.

Mac, iOS products abound at CES's Digital Experience

Before the International Consumer Electronics Show kicks off on Tuesday, gadget makers show off their wares at Monday night's Digital Experience. Serenity Caldwell and Alexandra Chang visited the showcase, looking for standout Mac and iOS products.

Lenovo gets a jump on Apple in smart TVs

Lenovo on Sunday announced its first smart TV that will recognize voice commands and run Android 4.0 applications, getting a jump over Apple's rumored pursuit of TVs with advanced features.

App provides turn-by-turn navigation for Disney World

ThemePark GPS Magic Kingdom-Orlando is an iOS app that provides maps, voice navigation, and more for visiting the Magic Kingdom theme park at Walt Disney World Resort. It also has a GPS location tool to help find your friends and family members while visiting the park.

Weekly Wrap: Apps aplenty, hardware news, and far fewer resignation stories

This may come as a shock, but somehow, it's already September. As you attempt to come to grips with the fact that time keeps flying by faster than a top-of-the-line Mac Pro encodes video, let us regale you with our best and brightest stories from the past week. Spoiler alert: This week, no one resigned.

Remains of the Day: My life's an open iBook

Apple's got yet another iTrademarkInfringement case on its hands, China sends iPad corporate spies to the big house, and Facebook apparently plans to take on Apple at a modern day Battle of Thermopylae.

Angry Birds robots under Wi-Fi control

Robots modeled after the characters in the popular mobile game Angry Birds were controlled over Wi-Fi at the Beijing International High Tech Expo this week.

Modems: 60 years of hooking up

In this slideshow, Benj Edwards looks at modem history, from its genesis in the 1950s to the present.

Museum looks at 2000-year history of the computer

The Computer History Museum in Mountain View, Calif., this week opens a $19 million, 25,000-square-foot building expansion and signature exhibition titled, "Revolution: The First 2000 Years of Computing."

Lady Gaga unveils Polaroid sunglasses camera, printer

Almost a year to the day since Polaroid said it was signing on Lady Gaga as its creative director, the popular singer unveiled on Thursday the fruits of her labor at the imaging company.

CES: Mavizon, Griffin roll out car performance apps

Mavizon and Griffin are each unveiling systems that will give iPhone users a similar ability to monitor their vehicle's performance and location.

Video: Gadgets 2010 year in review

Smartphones and tablets stole the gadget headlines in 2010 as the innovation spotlight turned away from consumer electronics and back to computing. Here's a look at the top gadgets of 2010.