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01.30.17
Electronic glasses auto-focus on what you're looking at
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Electronic glasses auto-focus on what you're looking at

A distance meter adjusts the glycerine-based lenses in just 14 milliseconds.

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10.23.15
ICYMI: Driving fails, global warming bacteria fix and more
10.23.15

ICYMI: Driving fails, global warming bacteria fix and more

Today's ICYMI, otherwise known as the video of voice command assist for drivers failing real hard.

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10.22.15
In-car voice commands cost you 27 seconds of safety
10.22.15

In-car voice commands cost you 27 seconds of safety

Researchers believe that using voice control in your car costs you 27 seconds of safe driving attention.

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11.05.14
Jet-fueled electronics are coming
11.05.14

Jet-fueled electronics are coming

Fuel cells may be a practical reality, but there aren't many choices for the fuel itself -- you us...

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07.14.12
Utah researchers create 'Spintronic' LED, claim it's 'brighter, cheaper' and eco-friendly
07.14.12

Utah researchers create 'Spintronic' LED, claim it's 'brighter, cheaper' and eco-friendly

Spintronics? Not exactly a new term 'round these parts, but University of Utah physicists are apply...

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05.01.12
Accelerometer mic could change the way we look at cochlear implants
05.01.12

Accelerometer mic could change the way we look at cochlear implants

Hearing aids aren't the most discreet cybernetic creations, because the need for a clog-free micro...

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03.06.12
Experimental controller has 'thumbstick within thumbstick' for blistering sensations (video)
03.06.12

Experimental controller has 'thumbstick within thumbstick' for blistering sensations (video)

Just when you thought slingshots were the future, here comes a whole new way to enjoy baddie deleti...

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09.19.11
Researchers use wireless network to monitor breathing, could save lives
09.19.11

Researchers use wireless network to monitor breathing, could save lives

When Neal Patwari and his team of researchers developed a wireless network capable of seeing th...

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