//IPhones, Tablets and FitBits are examples of technology late adopters are slow to embrace. Charlie Wells joins Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero and discusses reasons why they wait to buy new gadgets and how companies market to them.
//Iowans will still use scraps of paper to cast the first votes of the 2016 presidential race, but new Microsoft apps will help caucus leaders report results to both Republican and Democratic party headquarters.
//Wearable tracker maker Mio Global has a new fitness metric called Personal Activity Intelligence based on your unique heart rate data. Personal tech columnist Geoffrey A. Fowler takes PAI for a workout.
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//Hyperloop Technologies and Hyperloop Transportation Technologies are locked in a high-stakes race to create the first hyperloop, a low-pressure tube in which levitating capsules carry passengers at nearly the speed of sound.
//Intel's Rachel Mushahwar joins Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero to discuss new technology Intel is introducing at the National Retail Federation convention, including a virtual jewelry mirror and a 3-D scanner to help shoe...
//Suffering from password fatigue? PasswordBox, a digital tool that uses military-grade encryption to store account passwords, can help. Katherine Boehret says the system automatically retrieves your password whenever you open...
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//From artificially intelligent messaging apps to drones that follow you like paparazzi, 2016 will turn science-fiction tech into science fact. WSJ's Geoffrey Fowler and Joanna Stern gaze into our near future.