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Bass-heavy rap powers implantable medical sensors

A microelectromechanical system out of Purdue vibrates enough to generate power when subjected to sounds in the 200- to 500-hertz range. After testing the device using hip-hop, jazz, blues, and rock, researchers find "rap is the best."

By Feb. 1, 2012


IBM microscope 100 million times stronger than MRI

New technology is capable of imaging biological material as small as just a few nanometers across.

By Jan. 12, 2009


Shure's groovy phono cartridges

Whether you're just now getting into turntables or you're an old pro, Shure phono cartridges dig more music out of your record grooves.

By Jun. 6, 2012


Bladerunners get serious about hair

Men, as well as women, may benefit from cutting-edge technology for observing hair's chemistry.

By Aug. 18, 2008


Fixing PowerBook G4 (12-inch) sleep problems

Fixing PowerBook G4 (12-inch) sleep problems

By Feb. 20, 2003


Oxygen Audio debuts car stereo with iPhone interface

Oxygen Audio will introduce at CES 2011 the first audio head unit that uses an iPhone and an app as the radio interface.

By Nov. 17, 2010


Connection crazy: Dell's new 30-inch LCD

Dell releases a new 30-inch LCD, the UltraSharp 3008WFP

By Jan. 4, 2008


Nuclear accelerator: The Ford Nucleon

Nuclear accelerator: The Ford Nucleon

By Oct. 5, 2007


Schwinn Tailwind e-bike first take

CNET takes a ride on the Schwinn Tailwind electric bike.

By Mar. 16, 2009


Dell UltraSharp 3008WFP

If you're willing to pay the price for beautiful looks and loads of connection options in a 30-inch LCD monitor, you'll like what you get with the Dell 3008WFP. You may be less enthused with this display, however, after experiencing its lackluster color performance and low black levels when watching movies.

By Aug. 24, 2008

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