11 Results for

Twister

Review

Rocketfish Twister Laser Mouse

The Rocketfish Twister laser mouse won't take up much space in your laptop bag, and it incorporates a few great features, but its rectangular shape and compact size make it uncomfortable for all but the smallest hands.

By June 15, 2007

2.5 stars Editors' rating June 15, 2007

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MIT researchers create world's trickiest tongue twister

According to speech communication scientists from MIT, "pad kid poured curd pulled cod" is the most difficult phrase to spit out. Give it a try.

By December 9, 2013

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Terror of Oklahoma twister revealed in infrared satellite image

NASA satellite sends back an infrared photo that reveals new details in the aftermath of the Oklahoma tornado's path of destruction.

By June 5, 2013

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'Tornado Junkies' try to build twister-proof van

Part of a Kickstarter project, this Ford commercial van looks more like a tank, but can it stand up to 200 mph winds?

By April 18, 2013

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Buffeted by ethereal twisters, Mars rover gears up to move on

The Curiosity Mars rover, wrapping up initial soil sample analysis, readies for its search of suitable targets for tests of a power drill critical to future sample collection.

By November 15, 2012

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Season 3 Bloopers!

We have to admit, we totally crack ourselves up! Check out the behind-the-scenes with an unboxing tongue twister, GoPro action setup shots never seen before, and a four-letter word that brings Molly to tears!

By May 16, 2013

Review

SanDisk Sansa Clip Zip

SanDisk's tongue-twister of an MP3 player is a stupefying value and its practical clip-on design is perfect for the gym.

By August 23, 2011

3.5 stars Editors' rating August 23, 2011
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Buzz Out Loud 743: Fablessly 'splensive pigeons

Today's show is a bit of a tongue-twister. Really, the entire show. We just can't get the words out. And in other news, the whole Internet hates Metallica. Again.

By June 11, 2008

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Nokia hooks into North American market

A cell phone standard with a tongue-twister name--CDMA2000 1xEV-DV--is the handset maker's new weapon to sell more phones in the region, a company executive says.

By January 30, 2003

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Via releases Net appliance design

Tawian-based chip designer Via Technologies has released the design specification for its homegrown Internet appliance. The tablet, designed for browsing the Web and sending and receiving e-mail, will be based on a next-generation Via Cyrix processor, Via's Twister chipset, and Microsoft's Windows operating system. The chip will likely be VIA's forthcoming integrated "Matthew" processor. The Via design also includes support for 802.11b wireless networking through a PC card slot and a 6.7-inch touch screen. A hard drive, modem, and Universal Serial Bus can also be offered with the device. Via expects device makers to adopt its specification to build easily portable tablets for accessing Internet information.

By April 5, 2001