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A slice of life: Live Webcast set for C-section

It's nearly impossible to lay claim to a first-ever video of anything on the Web these days. Cesarean sections are no exception.

By September 27, 2008

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Will it be a C-section? Childbirth simulator helps predict

New software called Predibirth helps process magnetic-resonance images into a 3D construction of the pelvis and fetus to score a woman's chances of having a normal birth.

By November 29, 2011

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The smartest speaker-buying tip of all

If you really love music or movies, stretch your budget to the max and buy the best speakers you can, and they'll last a long, long time.

By August 30, 2014

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Google packs in new gaming features for devs, players

The company is adding a smorgasbord of new Play Games features, just in time for the independently run Game Developers Conference in San Francisco.

By March 17, 2014

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UPS leaves Android tablet gift in trash can (on trash day)

A woman buys an Android tablet for her daughter. The UPS driver leaves a note reading: "In black trash can." Oh.

By December 16, 2013

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Beats Music opens up, making its API public

It gives outside developers access to programming that will let other applications integrate the new subscription-only music service, hoping to get Beats Music in your car, your home, everywhere.

By March 7, 2014

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Come together: Rogue amplifier fuses the best of old and new tech

Straight out of Brodheadsville, Pa. comes an amp that uses vacuum tubes and Class D technology: the Rogue Sphinx is one of the sweetest amps around.

By February 12, 2014

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Drilling surprise opens door to volcano-powered electricity

Can enormous heat deep in the earth be harnessed to provide energy for us on the surface?

By January 29, 2014

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Set up custom cleaning boundaries for your robot vacuum

If you've ever wanted more control over where your robot vacuum can clean, this how-to is for you.

By May 2, 2014

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Apple in antitrust crosshairs?

The federal government is looking into Apple's requirement that developers use only its--or neutral--programming tools, according to the New York Post.

By May 3, 2010