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Doppler radar detects speeding hearts

Army wants Doppler radar technology to monitor hearts, detect intruders.

By Oct. 16, 2007


Near-lightspeed space travel: Not as cool-looking as you think

If you never have the opportunity to travel at near-lightspeed in space, you won't be missing much. It actually looks a bit boring.

By Jan. 15, 2013


Bing Weather

Bing Weather is well worth the free download for its pretty, dead-simple design and comprehensive weather reports.

By Aug. 26, 2013

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Surveillance device uses Wi-Fi to see through walls

Prototype stealth device can detect movement behind a thick brick wall. U.K. military is looking into whether it can be used in "urban warfare" for scanning buildings.

By Aug. 20, 2012


Cadillac launches CUE iPad app

As it prepares to roll out its CUE touch-screen instrument panel, Cadillac adds an iPad app and promises a new iPad for 2013 Cadillax XTS buyers.

By May. 8, 2012


Dyson unveils blade-free fan

James Dyson, who is famous for his vacuum cleaners, has created a fan that has no blades, using instead a unique technology to "multiply" air 15 times, expelling 118 gallons of smooth and uninterrupted air every second, according to the company.

By Oct. 12, 2009


VW Scirocco R: The car that makes you feel dangerous

Tucked among Volkswagen's lineup sits the Scirocco, but you won't find it on a US dealer lot. CNET got behind the wheel of a European-spec Scirocco R to see what a real hot hatch was like.

By Sep. 3, 2013


Essential tech to pack in your Hurricane Irene Go Bag

Aside from the obvious indispensables like food, water, pets, and pictures, we've rounded up a list of tech items you may want to include in your emergency kit. Read on!

By Aug. 26, 2011


Track hurricanes on your phone or online

The first major hurricane of the season is making landfall. Learn how to track Irene and other severe weather events this season with your smartphone.

By Aug. 26, 2011


Has Britain given up on speed cameras?

A newspaper discovers that almost half of Britain's speed cameras have been turned off, many permanently. Is this the end for a technology that has always been viewed with suspicion?

By Jun. 5, 2012