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Near-infrared device makes veins easier to find

A handheld near-infrared scanner can be used to locate veins in patients and blood donors by mapping them onto the skin.

By 3 November 2014

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Infrared imaging reveals hidden Picasso

A portrait of a bearded man has been revealed under an early blue period Picasso.

By 18 June 2014

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YunTab S5 Android phone uses 3D infrared for secure face unlock

Want to keep your phone secure with just your face? This $152 Chinese handset will do just that.

By 27 February 2014

Review

LG Smart ThinQ 6.3 Cu. Ft. Capacity Electric Single Oven Range with Infrared Grill LRE3027ST

While we love the idea of greater connectivity with our kitchen appliances, this LG oven doesn't deliver enough in cooking prowess or connectivity to merit a strong recommendation.

By 28 November 2013

3 stars Editors' rating 28 November 2013

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NASA's Kepler telescope identifies new 'Super Earth'

Rallying back from a mechanical failure, the telescope helps confirm the existence of an exoplanet 2.5 times the diameter of Planet Earth.

By 20 December 2014

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Cassini peeks up Jupiter's skirt

Back in 2000, Cassini took a rare shot of Jupiter from directly underneath the Giant Planet's south pole -- red spot and all.

By 10 December 2014

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Oculus VR buys hand-tracking expert Nimble VR

Your Oculus Rift virtual reality games are about to get more hands-on, with the company acquiring hand-tracking expert Nimble VR.

By 12 December 2014

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LG Smart ThinQ Single Oven Range with Infrared Grill turns up the heat (pictures)

LG's Smart ThinQ Single Oven Range with Infrared Grill is one of the first smart ovens in the US.

22 Images By 9 September 2013

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NASA's New Horizons awakens for meeting with Pluto

After nine years in stasis en route to the outer limits of the solar system, NASA's New Horizons spacecraft has woken up in preparation for its Pluto survey.

By 8 December 2014

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High-tech rooftop mirrors bounce sun's heat back into space

Stanford researchers suggest a unique place to store excess heat -- the coldness of outer space -- which could help keep buildings cooler and help save energy.

By 5 December 2014