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A call to recall talking – and listening – dolls

by Jed Kim Dec 21, 2016
The interactive dolls can be listened in on while children play with them.
Jayla, aged 4, plays with a 'My Friend Cayla' doll at Hamleys toy shop in London, England. The doll connects to smart devices using Bluetooth and can interact with users.
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Wally Lamb's new novel is like a super enhanced e-book

by Kai Ryssdal Nov 21, 2016
Lamb's new novel “I’ll Take You There” is out as a digital app by Metabook.
Wally Lamb in the recording studio, laying down some Voice Overs for the "I'll Take You There" Metabook.
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Wash your hands...or your shirt will tell on you

by Molly Wood Mar 14, 2016
Aside from tacos and barbecue, Austin has cutting edge technology, too.
Eric Schneider in Chaotic Moon's lab space. 
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SXSW 2015: Marketplace Daily Download

by Kelsey Fowler Mar 17, 2015
Behind-the-scenes recaps from SXSWedu and Interactive 2015 in Austin. #SXMP
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Looking at the future of the TV

by Molly Wood Jan 6, 2014
Higher definition? Interactive programming? More movies at home? We look at what's next for TV.

Could you live off of $438 a week?

by Daryl Paranada and Paul Brent Oct 5, 2012
The poverty threshold for a family of four was $22,811 last year according to Census data. Do you think you could survive on just $1,900 per month? Try our interactive poverty simulation to find out.