Nintendo unveils the ‘New 3DS’ and ‘New 3DS LL,’ but not for the U.S.

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The devices are bigger, brighter and more powerful than their predecessors.

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    Innovator: Time to take the ‘STEM’ out of STEM education?

    There are roles for all students in the innovation economy, Aaron Saunders says, even those who struggle in math and science.

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    The Download: Steve Case is getting back on the bus

    The former AOL chief is heading out on the road for another leg of his Rise of the Rest bus tour in October.

    Will local solar energy companies continue to see growth?

    Will local solar energy companies continue to see growth?

    Solar energy start-ups have matured into bona fide businesses. Looming tax changes could change that.

    Smartphone users now can make cool time-lapse videos

    Smartphone users now can make cool time-lapse videos

    Hyperlapse, the latest app from Instagram, is great for capturing scenery that rushes by.

    Lawyers take scientific approach to beat data breaches

    Lawyers take scientific approach to beat data breaches

    For cars, there are mechanics. For corporate data breaches, there are Chris Cwalina and Steve Roosa.

    Want to watch football online without cable or satellite? You’ll have to wait longer

    Want to watch football online without cable or satellite? You’ll have to wait longer

    A conversation with Jonathan Kraft, head of the NFL’s digital committee, on the future of watching football.

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    Everything connected to the Internet, in one map

    Shodan founder John Matherly pings all devices connected to the Internet.

    For this game, simple isn’t always easy

    For this game, simple isn’t always easy

    Get a good rhythm going, or ‘Swing Copters’ will frustrate you.

    A former FCC chair is now advising Obama on intelligence

    A former FCC chair is now advising Obama on intelligence

    Julius Genachowski, who stepped down as Obama’s top telecom regulator just months ago, kickstarted the FCC’s cybersecurity efforts.

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    Google unveils drone delivery prototype 'Project Wing'

    Google unveils drone delivery prototype 'Project Wing'

    Google unveiled its drone delivery prototype, "Project Wing," by conducting a dog-food-drop field test in Queensland, Australia.

    The Switchboard: Apple tweaks health privacy rules ahead of next product launch

    The Switchboard: Apple tweaks health privacy rules ahead of next product launch

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    A Chairless Chair? Yes, let us explain.

    A Chairless Chair? Yes, let us explain.

    This robotic exoskeleton for factory workers and others who hate standing may be a godsend.

    White House picks D.C. attorney Danny Marti to be the next ‘IP czar’

    White House picks D.C. attorney Danny Marti to be the next ‘IP czar’

    The Intellectual Property Enforcement Coordinator position has been vacant since last August.

    Google reveals its delivery drone ambitions with ‘Project Wing’

    Google reveals its delivery drone ambitions with ‘Project Wing’

    The company has been looking into developing a delivery service for two years, but only began tests of the self-flying vehicles in mid-August.

    Hacked? Customers are often last to know

    Hacked? Customers are often last to know

    Days, weeks or longer can pass between when a company learns of a cyber-crime and when its customers do.

    Take a look at the newest smartwatches from Samsung, LG

    Take a look at the newest smartwatches from Samsung, LG

    Samsung and LG are both going after the wearables market this year.

    Curious about if anyone actually read your tweets? Twitter now opens its analytics dashboard to all users.

    Curious about if anyone actually read your tweets? Twitter now opens its analytics dashboard to all users.

    You can see exactly how many people viewed and engaged with your tweets, the demographic breakdown of your followers, etc.

    Apple confirms media event for Sept. 9

    Apple confirms media event for Sept. 9

    Apple’s confirmed a media event for Sept. 9, which is widely expected to the launch event for the latest iPhone.

    Why big data has some big problems when it comes to public policy

    For all the talk about using big data and data science to solve the world’s problems — and even all the talk about big data as one of the world’s problems — it seems like we still have a long way to go.

    The FCC’s next CTO is a net neutrality expert

    The FCC’s next CTO is a net neutrality expert

    Scott Jordan, a professor of computer science at the University of California at Irving, has built his rich academic record on questions of the open Internet.

    Guns, butter and broadband: How technology has finally emerged as a viable campaign issue

    Guns, butter and broadband: How technology has finally emerged as a viable campaign issue

    The New York Times’ endorsement of Tim Wu suggests technology has become a dinner-table issue, after years of neglect by politicians.

    Apple’s iWatch may come earlier than originally thought

    Apple’s iWatch may come earlier than originally thought

    Apple’s rumored wearable device may debut alongside the company’s new iPhone models

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    Hubble telescope's zoomed-in view of a distant galaxy

    Hubble telescope's zoomed-in view of a distant galaxy

    The European Space Agency and NASA released video of a deep sky Hubble Telescope survey called GOODS North. ESA says the zoomed in view shows "a very early stage where the dense galactic core is still furiously churning out newborn stars."

    Technology lessons from Ferguson

    Here are three ways Ferguson is changing the national debate over technology.