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FDA approves single-lead implantable cardiac defibrillator

The device comes with a cellular-based home monitoring system that allows physicians to detect a range of heart-related events, including silent arrhythmias.

By February 25, 2013


Researcher battles insulin pump maker over security flaw

Medtronic downplays security researcher's concerns about the medical device he was able to hack.

By August 26, 2011


Tablet runs Motorola-Verizon software, Android

Based on information provided by Nvidia, this story incorrectly reported that the prototype was a Motorola-Verizon tablet. It is not a Motorola-Verizon tablet but a tablet supplied by ICD running a Motorola-Veri

By January 10, 2010


Rivals will vie with Apple for tablet spotlight

Technology from Intel, Marvell, and Nvidia is powering some notable competition to the Apple tablet that will emerge this year.

By January 24, 2010


Tablet runs Motorola-Verizon software, Android

At CES in Las Vegas, graphics chipmaker Nvidia shows off a tablet using a Motorola-Verizon interface running on top of Google's mobile operating system.

By January 8, 2010


2010 desktops and laptops preview

What will the future of computers bring? CES 2010 is less than a month away--until then, let's take a peek at what to expect.

By December 11, 2009


Vega Tablet is real, has Android 2.0 and a Webcam

Would an Android tablet like this be what you're looking for in 2010?

By November 13, 2009


Sony's sleek digital voice recorder

If you're in the market for a digital voice recorder, check out the ICD-U50, which comes with headphones, offers MP3 playback, and features a built-in USB plug.

By May 18, 2007


Microsoft ponies up for academia

Company creates $1.2 million fund for academic research that focuses on computing for people with little access.

By October 20, 2005


Semicon: Bring a chemist and your wallet

Semicon West 2003, the largest trade show in the United States for semiconductor equipment makers, is a festival of arcane and very expensive gizmos.

By July 18, 2003