The day a hospital in Memphis started using the iTClamp, a man who lost control of his chainsaw became the first in the US to use it -- and be saved by it.
This injectable foam expands in the body to compress internal wounds. Animal tests have shown it reduces blood loss six-fold.
The Infrascanner Model 2000, which uses near-infrared technology to screen for intracranial hematomas, is intended for use on battlefields, in hospitals, and on the sidelines of high-contact sports.
The move follows several other executive departures as the smartphone company struggles with its turnaround.
Suddenly, Instagram is a $761M deal. And Zuck? He's lost $4.7B in six trading days.
The company's shares have fallen to their lowest point since the stock went public earlier this year for $38 per share.
The game company loses nearly $625 million during the nine months ended December 31. Looking ahead, its forecast has been revised down with deeper losses.
More and more movies are being made in 3D today. A leader in the field is 3ality, whose technology for creating simple and accurate 3D pictures is the industry's most advanced. CNET Road Trip 2012 checked it out.
The ITClamp could reduce traumatic bleeding deaths in combat zones and following civilian accidents by helping minimize blood loss before surgery.
Guess who got a TouchPad for $99 this weekend? Everyone. If you weren't lucky enough to snag one early Saturday morning, don't lose hope yet--we expect some online distributors to continue dropping prices for existing stock, not to mention the white 64GB model that just dropped last Friday.