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rehab

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MIT 'Anklebot' gauges joint stiffness to improve rehab

The bot is an experimental rehabilitation tool that uses electrodes to calculate the ankle's stiffness in various directions.

By Oct. 25, 2013

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The science of ocean rescue and rehab (photos)

In a decommissioned Nike missile site just outside San Francisco, the Marine Mammal Center conducts research, treats animals, and dispenses biological info.

21 Images Jul. 30, 2011

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CNET News Daily Podcast: Google tries to rehab its antitrust image

The search and online ad giant goes on campaign to prove it encourages competition within and outside the company.

By May. 8, 2009

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Correction: Candy Crush craze

The story has been edited to eliminate the mention of a rehab treatment program for Candy Crush Saga addicts. Contrary to what CNET was previously told and what was presented in a press release about the program, a representative for Addiction Treatment Limited now tells CNET that the program does not in fact exist.

By Sep. 6, 2013

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Healing, 'Terminator'-style: Liquid metal could fix severed nerves

Biomedical researchers in China are taking a page from Hollywood, kind of, by using liquid metal to bridge the gap between the two ends of a cut nerve.

By Apr. 28, 2014

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Neil Patrick Harris chooses YOU to star in his memoir

Neil Patrick Harris has announced his autobiography and it's pretty brilliant. He's writing a "choose your own" style book to take readers through his life story.

By May. 21, 2014

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You're not playing Angry Birds anymore, but robots are

A new study from Georgia Tech shows that kids like to teach things to robots more than they do to adults. And that's OK.

By Jul. 10, 2014

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Sundance films take on Net addiction, life of Aaron Swartz

Several documentaries competing in the upcoming Sundance Film Festival pan in on tech's darker sides.

By Dec. 5, 2013

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Like living on the edge? Try Microsoft's new test version of IE

Microsoft wants to show developers what's in store with Internet Explorer so they can build better Web sites. The move is just what Google and Mozilla already do.

By Jun. 16, 2014