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Lenses with 16-300mm and 28-300mm zoom ranges could appeal to travel photographers and others who want an all-in-one design.
A new FCC filing hints that the 8.3-inch tablet could move beyond its Wi-Fi roots by hopping onto Verizon's high-speed network.
Taking personalized medicine to an extreme, the device analyzes blood flow to help doctors know exactly how well drugs like aspirin work to prevent heart attacks -- not in general, but on any given patient.
Researchers say they can zap implants with electrical currents to release specific amounts of medication to targeted areas of the body.
At the University of California, San Francisco, another example of how machines are superior. But they still can't come up with a good home remedy for hiccups.
By using biological data gleaned from PET imaging, researchers move closer to treating cancer with very targeted, high doses of radiation tailor-made for every single tumor.
Mad scientists abound at World Maker Faire, from morbid carnival-ride builders to Tesla coil musicians. Kids' science education could get a boost from this, even if safety waivers have to be signed in the process.
Desperate to listen to music in bed but wary of disturbing your spouse or losing your earphones inside the murky depths of your ear canal?
Start-up GroundedPower combines home energy monitoring with info-sharing Web tools, just as smart-grid backers grapple with how to engage consumers.
The Breville BDC600XL YouBrew can be programmed to brew a single cup or a full carafe. An integrated burr grinder allows the machine to dose out the proper amount of coffee.