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circuit-bending

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Grooving and geeking at the Moogfest music spree

It's been 50 years since the world's first modular synthesizer hit the market. Moogfest celebrates the evolution of the sound-bending instrument, and this year, so did Crave's Michael Franco.

By May 2, 2014

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Japan to fight internet addiction with 'fasting camps'

Japan has estimated that more than 500,000 school-aged students are pathologically addicted to the internet.

By August 29, 2013

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What it really takes to make a flexible phone (Smartphones Unlocked)

A bendable screen is nice in the lab, but it will take more than flexi-glass to get your phone to touch its toes.

By February 1, 2013

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Observe the complex birth of an SSD

The solid-state drive, one of the greatest upgrades available for any modern computer, gets the making-of video treatment by one of the largest memory manufacturers in the world.

By January 18, 2013

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Robot worm laughs off your attempts to squash it dead

It wriggles, it writhes, it explores your insides! The hardy Meshworm crawls like the real thing and could take on military tasks.

By August 11, 2012

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Court to TSA: Hey, what about your nude scanners?

A federal court wonders why the TSA hasn't held public hearings or issued rules about its nude scanners, even though it was ordered to a year ago.

By August 1, 2012

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Will somebody please circuit-bend the Beamz?

A promotional video for a forthcoming "laser harp" known as Beamz is drawing a lot of well-deserved laughter, but I wonder what could be done with a little tweaking.

By April 8, 2008

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The weird world of circuit-bending

Do you have young children? Have they outgrown some of those annoying kids' toys that make noise? Welcome to your new hobby.

By March 7, 2008

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Computex 2010: Keeping up with gadgets (roundup)

Gadget makers gather in Taipei show off their latest wares, with a focus this year on tablets, e-readers, and other portable devices.

By June 2, 2010

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Invisibility cloak moving closer into view?

Scientists from Duke University say they have significantly improved on their earlier efforts at producing an invisibility cloak that can hide an object from visible light.

By January 15, 2009