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lancet

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LG Lancet (Verizon Wireless)

Though the LG Lancet is reliable and inexpensive, the Microsoft Lumia 735 gives you more for your money.

By July 13, 2015

3 stars Editors' rating July 13, 2015
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LG's Lancet is a Windows Phone handset with a competitive price

Available on Verizon Wireless, the LG Lancet runs Windows Phone 8.1 and features a 4.5-inch display, an 8-megapixel camera and a quad-core processor.

By July 13, 2015

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LG's Lancet is a compact and comfy Windows phone (pictures)

As a budget Windows Phone handset on Verizon, the Lancet has a pocket-friendly design and a 4.5-inch display.

6 Images By July 13, 2015

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'Bionic' rebuild gives three amputees mind-controlled robotic arms

Three Austrian men have received mind-controlled robotic arms, using a world-first technique called "bionic reconstruction."

By February 24, 2015

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Vintage X-rays reveal the hidden effects of corsets

In 1908, a doctor used X-rays to highlight the damaging effects of tight corsets on a woman's body.

By February 25, 2015

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Radiation-free cancer scans may be on the horizon

It's been tested on only a handful of kids, but using MRI with a diagnostic dye to look for cancer may work just as well as using PET and CT scans.

By February 20, 2014

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'House' episode helps doctor diagnose rare cobalt poisoning

Yes, sometimes doctors use TV shows and Google in addition to textbooks and experience to sort out what's going on with their patients.

By February 7, 2014

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3D technology brings the stage to life

A stage production called Mr et Mme Rêve uses 3D projection technology to create a "virtual-reality room" in which the actors perform.

By November 6, 2013

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Brain implants let paralyzed woman move robot arm

Thanks to electrodes in her brain, quadriplegic Jan Scheuermann can manipulate objects for the first time in years.

By December 17, 2012

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Oral HIV test almost as accurate as blood test

Researchers at McGill University report that their comparison of five previous studies shows an accuracy difference of less than 2 percent between blood and saliva HIV tests.

By January 24, 2012