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Researchers hope to soon be able to test our breath for a wide range of "biomarkers" -- molecules that could indicate the presence of a particular disease.
Innovation in the App Store has been rampant, but worthwhile development in third-party devices (save a few battery backups/boosters) has been sparse. iBreath, a Breathalyzer and FM Transmitter for the iPod (and unofficially for the iPhone), is a new and
NES hacker/artist Batsly Adams unveils a game that takes cartridge blowing to a whole new level.
While there are stories about Windows 7, the FCC investigating Cox Cable and the Palm Pre launching in March, you really need to listen to the story of the Klingon who robbed a convenience store. Really.
David Steele (of davidsteele.com) wants you to buy a personal breathalyzer called the iBreath. For about $80 it connects to and is powered by your iPhone or iPod and also doubles as an FM transmitter.