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We get a little more creeped out each week or so, as a new form of minimally overtly invasive robotic creature somehow comes to life and sets its sights on perusing our innards. The newest species hails from Carnegie Mellon University's Robotics Institute in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and was designe

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We've got a sneaking suspicion that the whole idea of \"minimally invasive\" procedures will soon become a matter of perspective, as Canadian researchers are dreaming up yet another method of perusing parts of your innards you never thought possible. If the brilliant minds at École Polytechniqu

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We've just about had our fill of \"world's smallest\" gizmos this week, but when it comes to a new development in the battery realm, we certainly won't complain with delivering power in a less burdensome manner. Vancouver's own EaglePicher Medical Power has recently announced plans to unveil the \"indu

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Whether you've dropped your hard-earned $299 for Apple's forthcoming Apple TV, or you're just waiting to find out a bit more details on the thing before pulling the trigger, AppleInsider reportedly has the dirt we geeks adore. According to Apple's website, the device sports an elusive \"Intel process

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It's no surprise that we take pleasure in seeing our favorite toys get completely dismembered and taken apart, and it didn't take too terribly long for someone to decide their Zune was better off laying in pieces. If you're still undecided on picking up Microsoft's new PMP, maybe seeing the gory in

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