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A quick sweep of your eye is the latest trend in technology. (WBZ-TV)

Latest Trend In Technology Does Away With Passwords And Pins

Most people would agree that keeping track of passwords and pin numbers is a huge hassle.

08/28/2013

(Photo from U.S. Marshals Service)

WBZ-TV Legal Analyst Gerry Leone On Bulger Deciding To Not Testify

WBZ-TV legal analyst and former Middlesex DA Gerry Leone, who is now a partner at Nixon Peabody LLP, speaks to WBZ-TV’s David Wade about Whitey Bulger’s decision not to testify.

08/02/2013

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Boston Children’s Hospital Female Athlete Program Gives Injured Teens Custom Care

Boston Children’s Hospital hopes a new program can help female athletes stay heathly.

05/30/2013

Surveillance camera

Privacy Advocates Concerned Over Push For Increased Surveillance

While more cameras sounds like a great idea, some fear our need to feel safe may come at a high cost.

05/03/2013

3Doodler

Somerville Inventors Create World’s First 3D Printing Pen

Soon the written word will be able to jump off the page, thanks to two Somerville inventors.

WBZ-TV–04/08/2013

David Wade Jr. (Photo courtesy David and Francy Wade)

WBZ-TV’s David Wade Celebrates Birth Of Son

David Wade was off Monday to celebrate his family’s newest addition, David Wade Junior.

04/01/2013

David Robichaud reports from Newton in the Blizzard of 2013.

Watch: WBZ-TV Reporters Out In The Blizzard Of 2013 – Saturday

Watch WBZ-TV reporters out in the field Saturday during the blizzard of 2013.

02/09/2013

No Parking sign in Boston

Watch: WBZ-TV Reporters Out In The Blizzard Of 2013 – Friday

Watch WBZ-TV reporters out in the field Friday during the blizzard of 2013.

02/08/2013

2013 Truck Day. (Photo by David Wade)

Red Sox Equipment Truck Off To Fort Myers

Despite the cold, baseball is in the air as Tuesday was “Truck Day,” the unofficial start of Red Sox Spring Training.

02/05/2013

Wings Of Kilimanjaro

‘Wings Of Kilimanjaro’ Group To Jump Off Mountain With Help Of UMass Researchers

One-hundred daredevils from all around the globe are set to jump off the world’s tallest free-standing mountain. But, the trip might not have been possible without the help of UMass researchers.

02/04/2013

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