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Google's brilliant response to Colbert's inferiority complex

Satirist Stephen Colbert complains that a Google search has his height wrong. So, try searching "How tall is Stephen Colbert" now.

By October 18, 2014

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iON's Air Pro 3 an excellent little all-in-one action cam

Continuing where its predecessor left off, the Air Pro 3 is a smart choice for easy POV shooting and sharing.

By January 16, 2014

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iOn targets hunters with camouflaged CamoCam

Skinned in Realtree camouflage, this action cam won't give your location away while you're on the hunt.

By July 30, 2014

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Faster, more durable iOn Air Pro 3 action cam (pictures)

The Air Pro 3 is more waterproof than its predecessor (down to 49 feet) and can record in full HD at 60fps or 720p at 120fps.

6 Images By October 30, 2013

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Guy says his iPhone 6 bent -- and caught on fire

What happens when an iPhone bends too much? One man says his bent so much it punctured the battery and caught fire, causing second-degree burns to his leg.

By October 20, 2014

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Ion's Clipster takes your music on-the-go

A small speaker that clips to your belt loop? CNET's Bridget Carey found just that at CES 2013.

By January 7, 2013

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iON Air Pro 2 definitely improves on the original.

A new sensor and lens make this an update worth checking out.

By September 6, 2013

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Sulfur-based tech the answer to burnable lithium-ion batteries?

Scientists with the Department of Energy have designed a new type of battery that they say outpaces the ubiquitous lithium-ion batteries in flammability, cost, and ability to hold a charge.

By June 5, 2013

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Action camera shootout: GoPro Hero3 vs. Swann Bolt HD vs. iOn Air Pro 2

The Always On crew straps on the GoPro Hero3, Swann Bolt HD, and iOn Air Pro 2, and tests out the cameras' durability and performance on the snowy slopes of Mt. Shasta. Find out which one Molly Wood crowns the winner.

By February 27, 2013

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This smart battery warns you before catching fire

Stanford University scientists have developed a lithium-ion battery that warns users long before it overheats and explodes.

By October 14, 2014