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Pacemaker

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Could your heart power its own pacemaker?

From battery life to pure life, new research shows we're getting closer to a future where important implanted and wearable health devices could run on power collected from our own organs.

By Jan. 23, 2014

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Heartbeat-powered pacemaker skips the batteries

A prototype cardiac energy harvester out of the University of Michigan could one day harness the beating of a heart to power a pacemaker.

By Nov. 5, 2012

Review

Tonium Pacemaker (60GB)

The Pacemaker is a fun tool for DJs on the go. It's not our first choice for playing a DJ gig, but it gets the job done, and the price is a fair reflection of its features and portable design.

By May. 5, 2009

3.5 stars Editor's rating May. 5, 2009

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The pacemaker is about to get a whole lot smaller

A team of engineers at Stanford says it's possible to power a tiny, implantable cardiac device using radio waves instead of batteries.

By Sep. 5, 2012

Review

Tonium Pacemaker (120 GB)

As a pocket-size sketchpad for DJs on the go, the Pacemaker is peerless.

By Jun. 20, 2008

3.5 stars Editor's rating Jun. 20, 2008

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Tonium Pacemaker

At CES 2009, Donald Bell takes a look at the Tonium Pacemaker, an all-in-one MP3 player for DJs.

By Jan. 9, 2009

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Brain 'pacemaker': Smarter Parkinson's care?

Scientists are working on a biomimetic chip called ReNaChip that could advance current treatments by making deep brain stimulation more precise.

By Jul. 9, 2010

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How to keep hackers away from your pacemaker

Researchers from MIT and the University of Massachusetts-Amherst propose a new system to help prevent attacks on wireless implantable medical devices.

By Jun. 14, 2011

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Tonium Pacemaker

The Tonium Pacemaker squeezes the performance and functionality of a full digital DJ rig into a single pocket-size device.

Jun. 25, 2008

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FDA approves first and only MRI-safe pacemaker

Medtronic's Revo MRI SureScan is designed for use during magnetic resonance imaging. The company says it will begin shipping the $5,000 to $10,000 devices immediately.

By Feb. 9, 2011