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How Amazon Echo Works
Could Amazon Echo be the voice-controlled computer that will finally walk us into the future? Learn about the Amazon Echo at HowStuffWorks. See more »
How Helmet Cameras Work
Helmet cameras allow you to capture shots that would be impossible otherwise. Learn about cool uses for helmet cameras and how they work. See more »
10 Things Wearables Have Taught Us About Ourselves
Wearables, or wearable gadgets, have pointed out things about our lifestyles that need to change. View 10 things we've learned from wearables. See more »
How the Apple Watch Works
Apple is reinventing personal tech with Apple Watch. Is wrist communicator dream finally coming true? Learn more about Apple Watch at HowStuffWorks. See more »
How could Google Glass detect people's emotions?
Humans can't always accurately detect and interpret microexpressions, but could Google Glass? Find out how emotions might be translated into data. See more »
How Siri Works
Apple's mobile assistant Siri is the source of much comedy -- and frustration -- among users. How did Siri come to be, and how useful is it, really? See more »
How do they make those projections of dead celebrities and politicians?
Projections of dead celebrities have been showing up at shows and events. But how do they do it? Learn how projections of dead celebrities are made. See more »
Will all mobile devices be waterproof in the near future?
Will all mobile devices be waterproof in the near future? Learn if all mobile devices be waterproof in the near future in this article. See more »
Can a TV be transparent?
Can a TV be transparent? TVs seem to be getting thinner and thinner, but now they're see-through, too? Find out. See more »
How Digital Wallets Work
Digital wallets just might be the thing to save you from an overstuffed bulge in your pocket. See how digital wallets work and the pros/cons. See more »
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