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Brain waves control a 3D game for the first time

Researchers at the University of Minnesota have demoed a video game that uses brain waves to fly a virtual helicopter through a 3D level.

By November 1, 2011


Forget your meds? Try an Internet pillbox

It keeps track of your drugs so you don't have to

By May 24, 2007


Tech industry trends we're over: 'Smart' electronics

The definition of the terms "smart" and "intelligent" when applied to electronics is expanding so rapidly that the terms have become almost entirely meaningless.

By January 11, 2012


A laser alternative to the comb-over

High-tech hair device has FDA approval

By February 18, 2007


Dental work without drills? We're there

Machine uses ozone to zap cavities

By January 24, 2007


Note to hospitals: The pen is mightier than the data entry worker

Shareable Ink is hoping to popularize a camera-in-a-pen that wirelessly transfers text written on paper to a remote database to better track such data as glucose levels.

By November 26, 2009


A stethoscope app? Be still my beating heart

The iStetho Adapter, from start-up RidRx, converts an old stethoscope into an electronic one using an iPhone or iPod Touch and the iStethoscope Pro app.

By November 17, 2009


A scale that does justice to food

Regulate diet by weighing options first.

By September 14, 2007


A gadget for germaphobes in space

NASA develops its own bacteria detector

By May 16, 2007


First 1 trillion-pixel image

Aperio, a company specializing in medical imaging, has released the first digital image scanned at terapixel resolution.

By May 8, 2007