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If you're reading this, you're using a disruptive technology – one that's completely changed how we do things. In fact, you're using an assortment of these game-changers all the time.
Apple is hoping to reinvent personal tech with Apple Watch. Is the dream of the wrist communicator finally coming true?
It's drive time. You open up your Google Maps app to see where the traffic bottlenecks are. But where does the app get its information? Here's a hint: It might come from you.
From CPUs and circuit boards to televisions and iPods, high-tech gadgets are a constant presence in modern life. Now they're appearing in your puzzles, too. Can you put these puzzles together faster than you can upload a new playlist on your iPod?
10 Disruptive Technologies You Use Every Day
How the Apple Watch Works
How does Google Maps predict traffic?
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Here's something you've probably never pondered while surfing the Internet: Web addresses are in English. Why is that? And how do non-English speakers navigate the web?
Is Google Chrome poised to take over the browser market with its lean, mean contender, or are users too attached to their feature-loaded browsers to make the switch?