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The heat wave that follows bomb blasts exceeds 1,000 degrees Fahrenheit and can cook exposed skin. New face paint that actually deflects heat could offer protection for up to a minute.
Roto-Rooter got a little help from the Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders to launch its Pimped Out Powder Room Sweepstakes.
Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich has come a long, long way since we first heard of it months ago at this year's Google I/O.
The recipe for a killer smartphone screen isn't that simple. CNET's Jessica Dolcourt uses five phones to illustrate what goes into mobile display awesomeness.
They probably sound great, but the design comes up short in our book.
Samsung teams with Make Up For Ever to present a workshop that pairs makeup with high-definition those unforgiving TVs.
The convergence of two great ideas: creepy tech and tech we can't believe exists -- and the result? A discussion of spray-on glass, brainwave-induced light shows, and Minority Report makeup application. Plus, a report from Jason from the field on how best
Vic the Texas Rancher pilot wrote in, but somehow in the twisted mind of Molly Wood his name became Texas Ranger Panda. And now she can't stop laughing at the cute ranger panda writing in about HD makeup. Which Natali thinks is a conspiracy.
Well actually, people are made of black holes. But I couldn't do a soylent green reference if I wrote that. we also talk about Natali's Lady Things and the fact that we all wear makeup. Oh and Sony is broke. And Jammie Thomas is going back to court.
The tech toys of 2013 are unveiled at Toy Fair in New York. CNET's Bridget Carey checks out what's in store for Barbie and Hot Wheels, gets a look at Toby's BattroBorg boxing robots, and finds out how toy guns are incorporating smartphones.