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CPR

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CPR for XP

CPR for XP provides a healthy dose of preventive care for Windows XP systems and can be a potential lifesaver for corrupted, nonbooting systems. If you're worried about possible data loss on XP, this app may well be worth the $30.

By April 5, 2002

3.5 stars Editors' rating April 5, 2002

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The 404 1,486: Where we enlist citizen superheroes (podcast)

An app that enlists the help of CPR-certified citizens to help in local emergencies, proof that the Supreme Court knows squat about technology, the Tesla museum will soon become reality, what we can learn from putting an Oculus Rift on a chicken, and more!

By May 15, 2014

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The 404 1,486: Where we enlist citizen superheroes

An app that enlists the help of CPR-certified citizens to help in local emergencies, proof that the Supreme Court knows squat about technology, the Tesla museum will soon become reality, what we can learn from putting an Oculus Rift on a chicken, and more!

By May 15, 2014

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FDA to start reining in the Wild West of medical apps

The FDA says it is only regulating products that turn smartphones into medical devices it already oversees, such as apps that let your phone act as an electronic stethoscope or give feedback on CPR.

By September 23, 2013

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CPR site lets you choose and touch chests, guilt-free

The American Heart Association has found that even a brief 60-second CPR video increases one's willingness to attempt giving CPR and improves outcome, so is encouraging users to try it out online.

By July 27, 2011

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Fire dept. has an iPhone app for citizen CPR (podcast)

The San Ramon Valley Fire Protection District is releasing an iPhone App that can dispatch citizens trained in CPR to the scene of a cardiac emergency.

By January 25, 2011

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Ep. 872: Where we hold hands and jump

CNET Labs Editor Joseph Kaminksi is filling in for Jeff today, who's on staycation all week in New Jersey. As usual, Joseph aka OZONE brings us a handful of stories from the tech world to discuss, including a study showing Internet Explorer users have a lower IQ, a CPR site that lets you touch chests with no legal repercussions, and a Web app that calculates exactly how much time you'll spend in jail for your crime!

By August 1, 2011

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iPhone app helps save high school b-ball star's life

A California basketball coach downloaded the $1.99 iPhone app Phone Aid to brush up on CPR last week, only to use it the very next day when a student collapsed and his heart stopped beating during practice.

By December 3, 2010

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A CPR pad that anyone can use

No training would be necessary to operate this concept device.

By June 23, 2008

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A flashlight that will give you CPR

This $36 device will voice step-by-step instructions in a calm, cool female voice.

By June 13, 2008