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Scientist controls colleague's hand in first human brain-to-brain interface

University of Washington researcher Rajesh Rao sends a brain signal to Andrea Stocco via the Internet, causing Stocco's right hand to move on a keyboard.

By August 27, 2013

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Human gene editing is about to happen, but don't freak out just yet

Commentary: A British research team has gotten the go-ahead to edit the DNA of a human embryo using breakthrough tech that could cure cancer -- or bring on a comic-book-style mutant apocalypse.

By February 5, 2016

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How I learned to stop worrying and love the BlackBerry Priv

Commentary: After three months with BlackBerry's first Android phone, this CNET editor reflects on what went well -- and what didn't.

By February 2, 2016

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Before you switch wireless carriers, read this

AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile and more. Don't dive into the dizzying world of cell phone rates without asking yourself six important questions.

By January 27, 2016

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The best fitness apps for Android and iPhone

These are the best apps to help get you in shape.

By January 30, 2016

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How to find the cell phone family plan that's right for you

How much does it cost for a family of four across the major cell phone plan providers?

By January 25, 2016

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Self-driving Volkswagen completes 1,500-mile Mexican trek

A University of Nevada researcher and his colleagues travel hands-free from Nogales to Mexico City, setting a record in the process.

By October 31, 2015

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Hiss-terical: Kittify adds meow-velous cat puns to any writing

Slather your emails, Facebook updates and work reports with enough cat puns to make your friends and colleagues furrious.

By October 27, 2015

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Apple execs laud new Steve Jobs bio, pan an older one

Due out Tuesday, "Becoming Steve Jobs" paints a portrait of the late Apple co-founder that his colleagues say captures him more accurately than other accounts.

By March 23, 2015

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Doctors 'used fake fingers' to clock in for colleagues at ER

Biometric clocking-in machines are thought to be foolproof. But some Brazilian doctors find they can pretend their colleagues are at work by using silicone fingers.

By March 13, 2013