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Philips' Eco TV sips power, saves rainforest

Philips' Eco TV, announced at the 2008 Consumer Electronics Show, cuts down on power consumption.

By Jan. 7, 2008

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Is Facebook contributing to eating disorders?

Study shows that young women felt bad about their looks after comparing themselves with other women on social media -- or at least a carefully curated version of other women.

By Mar. 6, 2014

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Crysis 3 coming in spring 2013

EA announces that its sci-fi shooter sequel will be set in the "urban rainforest" of New York and is due out in spring next year.

By Apr. 16, 2012

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Philip Rosedale's Second Life with High Fidelity

"Moore's Law means that at some point the richness and detail of virtual and augmented reality experiences will rival and surpass the real world," Rosedale says.

By Jun. 4, 2013

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Landsat watches over the Earth, documenting 28 years of change

Collections of Landsat satellite imagery captured over 28 years, combined with Google Earth images, show the changing landscape of life on Earth.

By May. 9, 2013

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Life lessons I learned from 'Sherlock' season 3

Mustaches, mind palaces, and matchmaking: Crave's Bonnie Burton shares what she learned from season 3 of the hit BBC series.

By Feb. 4, 2014

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Groupon's Super Bowl ads go for the cut-price jugular

Groupon reveals its Super Bowl ads. They feature cut-price celebrities cheerily mocking Americans' sense of charity. Real Americans just want a deal, nothing more.

By Feb. 6, 2011

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Microsoft's Bing seeks enlightenment with Satori

"We are not shipping until we have something more revolutionary than evolutionary," says Bing's Stefan Weitz about a personal assistant feature.

By Jul. 30, 2013

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Can a desert tree fight global warming?

Salt cedars native to barren deserts might combat deforestation effects and serve as an agro-friendly biofuel.

By Oct. 27, 2011

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World's tallest tower to overshadow monumental goof in Ecuador

A new monument to the middle of the world would be nearly 3 miles above sea level, twice as high as the current tallest building on the globe. Thanks to modern GPS, it will also stand just where it should.

By Nov. 25, 2012