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If you feel like you're being watched when you're shopping, you might be right. Some stores have apparently set up EyeSee mannequins that have a camera embedded into one eye. It then feeds data into facial-recognition software, and would log age, gender and race of the people it sees. The origina

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Sony looks to drum up a little more buzz for its new ultraportable, the Vaio P, at Grand Central Station.Paul: \"There's a Vaio P configuration for every wig-adorned model in your life.\"Josh T.: \"She's so fine, there's no telling where the money went. Wait, no. It went to the VAIO P.\"Nilay: \"Alias h

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As if treating a mannequin that can bleed and even flat line on you wasn't stressful enough, researchers at Gifu University's Graduate School of Medicine are hoping to make your residency even harder to manage. A newfangled robotic dummy packs a potent artificial brain, as it can reportedly \"respon

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While there's always the off chance that your next surgery will be completed by a robotic doctor, we'd wager that most of us would opt for a well-trained, well-rested, and naturally conceived expert to handle the tools. The University of Portsmouth is upping the ante on its training facilities for t

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