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LENA recorder IDs autism with 86 percent accuracy

New research suggests that an algorithm based on 12 acoustic parameters associated with vocal development identifies autism in children with 86 percent accuracy.

By July 20, 2010

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Lockheed touts progress on Space Fence

The Air Force wants to replace its aging Space Surveillance System to keep tabs on the threat posed by orbital space junk. Lockheed Martin has a radar prototype.

By March 8, 2012

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Highlight, the people discovery app that could change the world

Q&A It may be a 2-person startup, but its people discovery app is poised to take the interactive world by storm. CEO Paul Davison spoke to CNET about Highlight's plans.

By March 3, 2012

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CNET readers' favorite GPS devices (roundup)

We've rounded up a selection of recently reviewed navigation devices with the highest user ratings.

By February 24, 2012

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Smithsonian turns to 3D to bring collection to the world

A new effort under way at the world's largest museum and research institution could eventually mean more of its 137 million objects will be publicly available, even if just via 3D digital models.

By February 24, 2012

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Report: Apple picks up Chomp to bolster App Store

Apple has acquired app search and discovery service Chomp with hopes of improving the App Store, according to TechCrunch.

By February 23, 2012

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Obama unveils Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights

President promises privacy legislation and says Google, Yahoo, Microsoft, and AOL are committed to working with Do Not Track technology in browsers.

By February 22, 2012

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Let Schrodinger's cat answer all your questions

Forget the Magic 8 Ball. ThinkGeek's Schrodinger's Cat Executive Decision Maker will answer all of your pressing queries for you.

By February 21, 2012

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How to buy a home theater audio system

Before you start looking for your home theater audio system, first determine whether you're mostly going to watch movies and TV or listen to music.

By February 19, 2012

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Braille texting app could have broader appeal

Designed for the visually impaired, an open-source app out of Georgia Tech could prove to be a texting tool for the masses.

By February 18, 2012