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PowerColor's PowerJack saves the world from the scourge of overweight 3D cards

PowerColor's PowerJack offers support for overweight 3D cards.

By July 6, 2010

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Are gamers really overweight and depressed?

A new study claims that the average gamer is overweight and depressed. But some more digging reveals there's more (or less) to this study than meets the eye.

By August 19, 2009

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Wii Fit says you're overweight and that's bad?

Wii Fit is under attack by obesity groups. Is it warranted?

By May 20, 2008

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WeChat dives into wearables to start 'connecting everything'

Several health-and-fitness trackers have gone on sale in China, revealing that messaging-app maker's efforts to become a software platform for wearables and eventually "everything."

By July 18, 2014

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US Airways sends lewdest brand tweet ever

The airline says a pornographic image sent to a customer from its Twitter account was actually sent to it by someone else. Is this entirely believable?

By April 14, 2014

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Funny new Moto X ads say iPhone, Galaxy are lazy slobs

Moto X wants to show how it is a phone that is dedicated to you, as opposed to slobbing out like the worst sort of boyfriend.

By September 9, 2013

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Facebook's Hot Mom enjoys more cold stares

Maria Kang likes to post pictures of herself looking fit, strong, and gorgeous. This has tended to upset people who aren't. A new photo causes fresh upset

By March 12, 2014

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Star Wars Episode VII's R2-D2 is fan-built here in the UK

Two British Star Wars fans who make working astromech droids for fun were hired to make the 'real' R2 after their work was spotted at a show.

By November 20, 2013

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You could lose weight when your avatar exercises

Researchers find that women who spend 15 minutes once a week watching an avatar demonstrate healthy weight loss behaviors end up losing on average 3.5 pounds in a month.

By July 1, 2013

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'Gut sleeve' might one day help sidestep weight-loss surgeries

A study on rats finds that a removable silicone intestinal barrier tube works similarly to far more invasive bariatric surgeries. But will it work in humans?

By October 24, 2013