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Researchers show they can hack into cars wirelessly.
A new app blurs the line between gaming and hunting for deals.
Researchers propose using hacker tactics to secure cloud computing systems.
In a business world where people meet face to face less often, social software can foster collaboration.
A new crop of location-based services for mobile devices will encourage users to interact more.
How IBM fosters internal experiments with social software.
At the 2011 Blur Conference, which focuses on human-computer interaction, hackers demonstrated how they adapted the Microsoft Kinect to work for purposes beyond what Microsoft originally intended.
Academics and hobbyists are already hacking the Kinect—and doing so is about to get even easier.