This Week in Tech
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This Start-Up Can Control Your Dreams
Five years ago, a young man dropped out of a Ph.D. program and created a sophisticated device that you wear while you sleep. The device, which costs $300, claims it can help you to take control of your dreams »
Use This Site To Get a Raise
Type in a few details about your job and compensation—and up pops a graph that uses national data to reveal if you’re underpaid or overpaid. Get what’s yours! »
Time to Sell Apple?
Siri, Apple’s personal digital assistant, is everywhere—the iPhone, the iPad, Apple TV, Apple CarpPlay, etc. So why does Siri seem so dumb? Here’s what this could mean for your Apple stock »
Stressed Wells Fargo Banker Guzzled Hand Sanitizer
Angie Payden, a Wells Fargo banker in Hudson, Wisconsin, was so stressed about her job that she started guzzling hand sanitizer — at least a bottle a day »
Health Danger Alert: Virtual Reality
About two years ago, UCLA released some intriguing research: our brains don’t react to virtual reality like we thought they did. Here’s what scientists actually know about what VR is doing to our brains, neurons and bodies »