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Seoul partners with BMW and others to encourage drivers to go electric

The new partnership between the South Korean city and BMW, GM, Kia, and Renault Samsung sees prospective electric car buyers being offered up to $24,825 in incentives.

By November 6, 2014


Research makes case for home blood pressure monitoring

A lot of people have normal readings at doctors' offices, but elevated blood pressure at work or home. Home blood pressure monitoring can help identify these people, studies show.

By January 31, 2014


Hyper-networking: A new teen health risk category?

Researchers at Case Western Reserve announce that they have found a strong association in teenagers between hyper-networking and sex, fights, drug use, and more.

By November 9, 2010


The 404 706: Where Grandma got ran over by an iPad (podcast)

Scott brings his expertise in mobile computing to help us discuss today's stories about elderly iPad-ing, cracking iPhone 4s, the link between hyper-texting teens and risky behavior, and mobile STD testing!

By November 10, 2010


Maker's Mark distillery is bourbon lovers' nirvana

The oldest continually running distillery in the world is based in a tiny Kentucky town. Its product? One of the most loved liquors of all.

By June 25, 2008


The math on turning algae into fuel

100 acres of algae can suck up most of the CO2 from a 100 megawatt power plant. And animals can eat the end product.

By May 10, 2007


All about laptop batteries: Updated

Ever wondered why your laptop's battery doesn't last longer? We explain the technology behind battery power, and provide tips on how to maximise it.

By June 25, 2006


Manufacturing power from manure

special report Start-ups are finding new forms of energy in an unlikely source: barnyard animals.

By April 10, 2006


Ex-Gizmondo exec crashes Ferrari

Stefan Eriksson's $1 million car hits a pole at more than 100 mph during California street race.

By February 22, 2006


Why ribaldry could earn you prison time

CNET News.com's Declan McCullagh explains why you could face jail for sending a dirty joke to an unmoderated mailing list.

By June 27, 2005