Someone’s inventing a remote control for everything in your home

For years, companies have tried to develop a remote control that can interact with every device in your home. Now, a developer may actually have done it.

CNET January 5, 2016

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Someone’s inventing a remote control for everything in your home

For years, companies have tried to develop a remote control that can interact with every device in your home. Now, a developer may actually have done it.

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Oculus offers free VR headset to early Kickstarter supporters

Some in the wildly successful crowdfunding effort felt jilted after the headset maker sold itself to Facebook.

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AT&T: We’ll connect everything you own and everywhere you go

The carrier is breaking out from its traditional role as a phone company, aiming to connect your glucose monitor, car and even the next city you move to.

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Top-shelf camera reaches a whopping 100 megapixels

Phase One’s camera comes with a price tag beyond the reach of most consumers, but its high-end technology could eventually finds its way into mainstream cameras.

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The president asks government departments for tech-based recommendations to track lost or stolen guns and to prevent accidental gunfire.

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