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Samsung Galaxy Beam 2

Samsung's second stab at the Beam line signals the return of the built-in projector, and adds a 4.6-inch screen and quad-core processor.

By April 25, 2014

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Samsung Galaxy Beam (unlocked)

Despite weak software, the Samsung Galaxy Beam's bright projector pushes boundaries, and strong smartphone features make it a worthy standalone device.

By July 24, 2012

3.5 stars Editors' rating July 24, 2012

MSRP: $839.99

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LifeBeam Smart Hat

LifeBeam's heart-rate-sensing hat isn't such a dumb idea.

By March 4, 2015

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Google's Project Loon balloons can beam signals to iPhones, too

The head of the secretive lab Google X says its Internet-service balloons will work with Apple's mobile operating system, iOS, as well as the company's own Android.

By April 22, 2015

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LifeBeam Smart Hat checks heart rate on your head

It's a hat. It's a heart rate hat. Why? Well, see for yourself. Heads-on in Barcelona.

By March 4, 2015

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Lenovo Pocket Projector beams video from your phone to your wall (pictures)

Lenovo's pocket-size projector pairs with an Android phone and beams an image up to 110 inches high.

7 Images By March 1, 2015

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Avegant Glyph looks like headphones, but beams movies into your eyes

The Glyph uses DLP technology to play video in 2D or 3D from your phone, game console or anything with HDMI, and it's coming later this year. We try out the latest version.

By January 7, 2015

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Microsoft's Adapter beams your laptop screen to your TV (pictures)

Get a look at the little dongle that can bring your Windows 8.1 or some Android screens right to your TV.

5 Images By October 24, 2014

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Physicists create reversible laser tractor beam

Physicists have built a tractor beam out of lasers that can both repel and attract objects across distances 100 times farther than previously possible.

By October 19, 2014

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Smart high-beam headlights won't blind oncoming drivers

Researchers at Carnegie Mellon created an experimental headlight that tracks other vehicles and blanks out the bits of light that would normally blind them in traffic.

By September 9, 2014