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Computerized fishing rod won't put worms on hooks

SmartRod has a bite-sensitive accelerometer. Just sit back and wait for the alarm to ring. Then reel 'em in.

By January 4, 2013

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New software could create computerized sportscasters

Algorithms from a Swiss developer could allow computers to track the real-time movements of athletes, making automated sports commentary possible.

By November 11, 2011

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Four men charged in computerized online ticket scam

Group is accused of operating a network of computers that bought up the best seats at events and re-sold them, allegedly making more than $25 million in profits.

By March 1, 2010

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The madness of offering depressed astronauts a computerized shrink

The National Space Biomedical Research Institute is working on getting computers to offer astronauts depression therapy.

By October 25, 2008

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Computerized lifeguard saves life

Computerized lifeguard saves life

By September 1, 2005

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Military starts testing smart rifles for battlefield use

The US Army buys a handful of computer systems that can turn lesser-trained soldiers into premier snipers.

By February 10, 2014

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Google smart contacts come into focus with Alcon

Google finds a partner to work on contact lenses with built-in sensors, LeapFrog creates a video game console for little kids, and Fitbit gets fashionable with Tory Burch jewelry.

By July 15, 2014

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Long-range smart rifles now come in semi-automatic

"From difficult firing positions, such as kneeling, standing or even lying beneath an automobile," novice shooters can hit targets 500 yards away with Tracking Point's computerized semi-automatic rifles.

By January 9, 2014

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FAA approves first commercial use of drones over land

BP energy corporation and drone maker AeroVironment are given the OK to fly an unmanned Puma aircraft over Alaska to survey pipelines, roads, and equipment.

By June 10, 2014

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A bionic ankle so natural, it's worth a happy dance

An artificial ankle created at the MIT Media Lab is made of chips and sensors that work together to adjust ankle stiffness, power, and position. One wearer was able to dance the rumba.

By April 17, 2014