27 Results for

exhaustion

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Car Tech 101: Dual exhausts demystified

Brian Cooley visits Johnny Franklin's Muffler in San Rafael, Calif., and shows you how a dual exhaust system works and whether you'd want or need one in your car.

By September 29, 2014

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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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Not already addicted to Peach? Read this

Is Peach the next Ello or Instagram? What you should know about this new social app.

By January 13, 2016

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I wore a Ghostbusters suit for a week, and here's what I learned

When you need someone to walk around in a Ghostbusters jumpsuit, who ya gonna call? CNET guinea pig Danny Gallagher, who learned a lot about himself (and heat exhaustion) from the adventure.

By August 14, 2015

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App for beating jet lag takes off

As the summer winds down and you squeeze in that last international vacation, let tech help you bounce back to school or work. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on a simple app that can help you overcome exhaustion and get back on schedule.

By August 20, 2014

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iPhone 5 sales exhaust initial supply, trip up servers

Early buyers of Apple's latest iPhone once again slammed online stores, and the first batch of iPhone 5 models sold within an hour, pushing delivery times back as long as three weeks.

By September 14, 2012

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iXoost iPod dock made from an F1 exhaust

The iXoost dock is made from the exhaust pipe of a sports car, and can cost more than $9,000. Let's hope Apple doesn't change the dock connector.

By July 25, 2012

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iXoost iPod dock made from an F1 exhaust costs £6,000

The iXoost dock is made from the exhaust pipe of a sports car, and costs up to £6,000. Let's hope Apple don't change the dock.

By July 25, 2012

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Land Rover TESSA uses exhaust heat to warm your home

Geeks have created a Land Rover Freelander prototype that can power your heating and hot water using heat extracted from its exhaust.

2 Images By October 4, 2011

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New technology converts exhaust heat into cooling, electricity

Engineering researchers at Oregon State University developed a prototype thermally activated cooling system that one day could produce electricity from a car's tailpipe exhaust.

By June 17, 2011