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i-limb

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Touch Bionics i-limb prosthesis is controlled by an iPhone app

Touch Bionics have unveiled the i-limb ultra revolution, a high-tech prosthesis that can be controlled through an iPhone app.

By April 12, 2013

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Practice for your bionic hand with Virtu-limb

Touch Bionics introduces a prosthesis simulator as well as upgrades to its i-Limb bionic hand.

By September 21, 2011

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Teen suddenly much cooler with new bionic hand

14-year-old Matthew James was born without a left hand, but a Formula One team helped him go bionic with an i-Limb Pulse.

By August 15, 2011

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British boy gets bionic hand courtesy of Mercedes F1

Matthew James, born without a hand, wrote to the Mercedes F1 team asking if they'd mind giving him £35,000 to pay for an i-Limb Pulse. They didn't.

By August 15, 2011

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Handroid is a low-cost, flexible robot hand

Japanese start-up ITK wants to market its basic robot hand for about $6,500, including a glove controller.

By August 25, 2011

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Bionic hand can bear 200-pound loads

Touch Bionics upgrades its bionic hand with the i-Limb Pulse, allowing users to increase their grip strength on grasped objects.

By May 5, 2010

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BeBionic hand easy on eggs, tough on Coke cans

The prosthetic hand plays Jenga and the keyboard, and comes with Power Grip skills. But can it wield a light saber as in "The Empire Strikes Back"?

By February 27, 2010

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Bionic fingers give amputees upper hand

Touch Bionics unveils ProDigits, which take the prosthetic hand a step further by allowing patients with partial hands to add fingers on a case-by-case basis.

By December 8, 2009

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Medical tools top WSJ's tech innovation awards

A pathogen sensor and an artificial hand take this year's gold and silver awards, besting a solar-powered base station for cell phones and paper-thin flexible speakers.

By September 14, 2009

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Two steps closer to a $6 million man

Breakthroughs in prosthetics make a leg that could get soldiers back in the field and a hand that can do just about anything.

By July 18, 2007