26 Results for

cornea

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Cornea CT1704

Decent image quality doesn't make up for the Cornea CT1704's unremarkable price and lack of features.

August 28, 2003

3 stars Editors' rating August 28, 2003

MSRP: $549.00

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Biosynthetic corneas help restore light--and sight

More than a decade of work in Canada and Sweden leads to the successful implants of artificial corneas in 10 Swedish patients with advanced keratoconus, or central corneal scarring.

By August 25, 2010

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iPhone device aims to detect eye disease, prevent blindness

The EyeGo, developed at Stanford University, uses an iPhone to snap sharp pictures of the front and back of the eye.

By May 28, 2014

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Nexus 5 price is £299, has 5-inch screen and Android KitKat

The Nexus 5 is official at last, with Android KitKat in tow! Here are all the details on Google's hotly anticipated smart phone.

By October 31, 2013

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Damaged iPhone 5 reportedly explodes, injures woman's eye

A Chinese woman tells the local news that her phone heated up and exploded at the end of a 40 minute call, sending shrapnel from a damaged corner of the screen flying.

By August 13, 2013

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Google Nexus D is a curved concept with a kickstand

This slick mockup of a possible future Google Nexus phone flaunts a curved screen and kickstand.

By August 8, 2012

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Forget touch. Forget gestures. Control your laptop with your eyes.

Tobii shows off a way to replace touch input with gaze control. And it actually works.

By January 8, 2012

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Glasses and Glass: How Google Glass changed my face

How does Google Glass work for someone who has glasses? Right now, it doesn't. Here's my experience of getting contacts and changing the look of my face for tech.

By May 6, 2013

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Sheriff creates 'Mugshot of the Day' online voting

Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Arizona institutes a "Mugshot of the Day" on his office's Web site, so that anyone can mock those who have been arrested.

By April 21, 2011

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Got glaucoma? Put a little vitamin E in your lens

Using vitamin E in new contact lenses could keep glaucoma medicine near the eye almost 100 times longer than possible with current lenses on the market.

By March 24, 2010