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Skulpt Aim

The Skulpt Aim is a new kind of tracker that wants to take the hassle out of measuring your muscles.

By May 20, 2015

MSRP: $199.99

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AIM Pro

This low-key, encrypted IM client handily integrates your Outlook calendar and contacts and includes video and voice chatting.

By July 30, 2006

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Rumoured PlayStation 4 'NEO' upgrades power and aims for 4K

The upgraded console will reportedly run faster than the original, and will come in at $399.

By April 18, 2016

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Games for your gums: New app aims to make brushing teeth fun

Japanese company Sunstar's $45 G.U.M Play connects to your smartphone and turns your toothbrush into a videogame controller.

By April 17, 2016

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Think smart TV is dumb? Samsung aims to change your mind by controlling your gear

Rather than compete against Roku and Apple TV, Samsung's 2016 smart TVs promise to do something no streamer can: command your cable box, game console, lights and thermostat, using just the TV remote.

By April 14, 2016

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Toyota and Clemson partner up for a concept aimed at Generation Z

Deep Orange is all about providing young buyers with a car that can be used for both work and play.

By April 12, 2016

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Uncharted 4 aims to make you cry and laugh, developer says

Watch the final episode of Naughty Dog's behind-the-scenes video series for A Thief's End.

By March 30, 2016

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Kuveé aims to turn the wine industry sideways

Testing this smart wine bottle at a winery.

By March 28, 2016

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Mitsubishi aims to make cities come alive with new hologram tech

The electronics giant hopes to have its new "aerial display" technology, which can make signage spring into action, ready for when Japan hosts the 2020 Olympics.

By February 25, 2016

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Encryption bill aims to settle the likes of Apple vs. FBI

Members of Congress say they'll introduce a bill next week that would create a commission to help federal agents catch terrorists who are using encrypted devices, without sacrificing privacy or security.

By February 24, 2016