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Eye-based lie detection has long been the stuff of research and science fiction, but it's about to become a practical reality in the office. Converus is releasing EyeDetect, a hardware and software combo that helps companies find out if their workers are on the level. The system revolves around an

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In a move sure to bring the polygraph haters out of the woodwork, the US Army is issuing a handheld lie detector to select soldiers in Afghanistan in order to \"root out potential terrorists\" and help \"narrow the list of suspects after a roadside bombing.\" The DoD isn't asserting that the device is

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While most of the world simply takes what everyone else says at face value, there's always been a dark market for inconspicuous lie-detecting gadgetry for the overly paranoid, but researchers at Cornell University are hoping to take lie-detection to the next level by carefully analyzing emails and S

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Sure, there's quite a few ways to sniff out fibs for those who just can't \"read\" body language all that well, and there's certainly a entire market saturated with massage chairs that supposedly coax your muscles in return for a hefty sum of cash, but it looks like Sanyo's lineup of massage seats jus

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We've certainly seen our fair share of broken promises when dealing with gadget producers, but a recent UK-based survey claims that \"nearly 75-percent of people say gadgets, like Blackberrys for instance, made it easier to fib.\" While this might not come as any surprise to you, that figure is at lea

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