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If it’s one thing, it’s another: 9 handy doubled-up devices that will improve your life

These ingenious gadgets turn traditional technology on its head. Twice.

Scientists use facial recognition technology to find your next pet

How a bunch of ones and zeros can help you find your new best friend.

A smart tattoo implanted under your skin? Meet the next wave in wearables

A San Francisco design house says it'll happen in 5 years. Here's how.

If you're lost in space and need a tow, look no further

Company claims its tugboat-like micro-satellite can transport wayward satellites back to orbit.

TV in the dining room? Survey shows surprising decorating trends

Recent study by home remodeling site Houzz is a revealing snapshot of homeowner tastes.

Want apps to stop stealing your personal data? Download this app

MyPermissions will help you regain control of your device.

Turning on your lights just got easier – just say the 'magic words'

Why get up to flip a switch or fumble around for a smartphone when you can simply tell a light bulb what to do?

Female computer engineering superstars encourage women to join their ranks

Men still outnumber women three to one in the computer engineering industry, but the times are changing.

When 'Yo' means more than just 'hello'

Tech inventor behind 'Yo' app expands its use to doctors' offices and restaurants.

Water your garden efficiently, even when you're away

Water conservation via a smartphone app. Water your garden while you're on vacation.

Plug-in public transit: Electric buses go global

Tel Aviv is one of the first international cities to order a fleet of electric buses, and others are following its lead.

HopOn app aims to simplify public transportation

New transportation app is saving commuters and transportation companies time and money

Urban farming ecosystem provides organic food with zero waste

This off-grid ecosystem grows organic, pure, and natural fish and vegetables with soil or electricity.

No cord on board: Cadillac rolls out wireless chargers

Charging stations from Israeli-based Powermat will be available in 2015 models of Cadillac's ATS and Escalade.

Forbes names 10 best health tech companies, half are from Israel

From a battery-powered set of legs, to mobile app to connect diabetes patients, Israel is leading the global health technology industry.