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High-tech camouflage could protect soldiers from ballistic heat

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.

By August 22, 2012


Bringing the past into high-resolution view

For Road Trip 2015, CNET takes a look at the tech revolution helping historians in Israel reveal more about our past.

By September 3, 2015


NailO turns your fingernail into a tiny trackpad

A wearable input device in the form of a nail sticker could make it easy to control a computer with a subtle swipe. Could nail calls be the new butt dials?

By April 16, 2015


NASA plans mission to Jupiter's extraordinary moon Europa

NASA's administrator confirms the space agency is moving ahead with plans to send a spacecraft to Europa, a moon that may hide a vast ocean under its icy surface.

By February 3, 2015


Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders pimp Roto-Rooter's high-tech powder room

Roto-Rooter got a little help from the Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders to launch its Pimped Out Powder Room Sweepstakes.

By January 23, 2008


Mobileye won't judge you for being a bad driver

System uses a camera to watch for pedestrians, bicycles, cars, and speed limits. Audio and visual alerts in the car and on your smartphone help counteract the inevitable bouts of distracted driving.

By January 12, 2012


B&O speakers could use a little makeup

They probably sound great, but the design comes up short in our book.

By August 10, 2007


A new Congress, a new approach to technology?

With a supportive administration behind it and some reshuffled leadership, the next Congress may make more progress on tech legislation, for better or for worse.

By November 13, 2008


Battery-operated mascara does the work for you

Estee Lauder has introduced what is believed to be the first tube of vibrating mascara.

By June 16, 2008


Is Russia's tech future in Israel's tech past?

Some say Russia can mirror the Jewish state's success. It's not a pipe dream, writes News.com's Charles Cooper, but the analogy needs a few asterisks.

By November 16, 2007