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Waves iGTR

The Waves iGTR is a convenient way to practice your guitar chops without waking the neighbors, but the sound quality could be better and the MP3 player integration tighter.

By February 19, 2009

3 stars Editors' rating February 19, 2009

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Take a look at the very first images of thunder

We all know the belly-shaking sound of lightning, but now scientists have visually captured its sound waves for the very first time.

By May 6, 2015

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​Apple Watch apps, the first wave: The good, the bad and the slightly weird

Apps are crucial to the success of the new Apple Watch. Here are some quick impressions of the initial batch of apps we've played with so far.

By April 8, 2015

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Apple Watch apps: The first wave (pictures)

What do apps look like on the Apple Watch? Come take a tour of Apple's on-board apps and some early third-party arrivals.

22 Images By April 8, 2015

Editors' Take

Panasonic Genius Prestige Plus Countertop/Built-in Microwave with Cyclonic Wave Technology

The Panasonic Genius Prestige Plus rotates its inverter to cook your food more evenly.

By January 8, 2015

MSRP: $329.00

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3D-printed swimsuit echoes the motion of crashing waves

This swimsuit uses 3D printing to combine sculpture and fashion to create a stunning, one-off garment inspired by water.

By March 9, 2015

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Scientists capture the first image of light behaving as both a particle and a wave

Researchers have achieved the first ever pictorial evidence that light can simultaneously behave as a particle and as a wave.

By March 3, 2015

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ZTE Blade S6 has arm-waving gesture tech

This 5-inch smartphone also packs Android 5.0 Lollipop and a 13-megapixel camera. Hit play now to check it out.

By March 1, 2015

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Sound-bouncing membrane could make plane cabins 1,000 times quieter

A more peaceful flight could be on the horizon thanks to researchers at North Carolina State University and MIT.

By May 5, 2015

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Intel makes cooking easier with a wave and pinch of the hand

At CES 2015, CEO Brian Krzanich shows Intel's RealSense technology, which lets users control a screen by waving and pinching their hands.

January 7, 2015