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heart/broken heart

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A beating patch of cells could mend broken hearts

Harvard researchers create a heart patch using gels and 3D-printing technology that could someday lessen reliance on transplant surgery.

By March 18, 2014

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New smart 'glue' for heart surgery activated by UV light

Unlike existing surgical adhesives, the new glue works even in the presence of blood and seals within five seconds of exposure to UV light.

By January 14, 2014

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Hearts, stars, and pizza: Swiftkey gets emoji

Let tiny pictures do the talking for you in Swiftkey's latest beta which adds emoji and a new row of numbers.

By December 12, 2013

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How to heal a broken (or weakened) heart

Biotechnology researchers in Israel have engineered a "cardiac patch" out of recycled heart muscle in newborn rats, and hope to proceed to human clinical trials soon.

By August 24, 2009

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An MP3 player that will break your heart

It splits into a pair of his-and-her gadgets.

By February 8, 2008

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Dinosaur dating sim lets you mack on T. rex

The Jurassic Heart online dating simulator invites you to crush on a fictional Cretaceous boyfriend.

By April 10, 2013

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Hard drive IV just what the doctor ordered

Losing your precious data to a corrupted file can pose a serious threat to your mental health, but Dr. Hard Drive Bag is here to mend your broken heart and recover all your lost files.

By May 8, 2009

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'Biowire' could be major step toward viable cardiac patches

Tech out of Toronto allows researchers to make mature tissue from human cardiac cell samples for the first time, which could eventually lead to biodegradable surgical patches that remain in the body.

By June 26, 2013

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How into a game are you? This Xbox controller knows

A 3D-printed module attached to an Xbox 360 controller lets it evaluate your emotions and may one day make for games that are more interactive than ever.

By April 8, 2014

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Tomorrow Daily 024: Art by chainsaw-wielding robot, Sharknado light shows, and more

Just when you thought the silly sequel to "Sharknado" couldn't get any more gimmicky, technology swoops in to prove us all wrong. On a side note: if you're having a "Sharknado 2" viewing party enhanced by Philips Hue bulbs, we'd like an invitation.

By July 24, 2014