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Counterfeit certification labels on household electronics are a safety issue not to be ignored.
Tattoos block the light that makes the heart monitor work.
Agency's first ever 'guided small-caliber bullet' promises to revolutionize troop safety and accuracy.
The technology in hearing aids just keeps getting better.
Cameras will record gradual changes impacting a western Massachusetts mountain range and the city of Tempe, Arizona.
Talk about an Earth Day special: Philips unveils the most affordable 60-watt equivalent LED yet.
The National Radio Astronomy Observatory says wireless robot lawnmowers, which conflict on crucial frequency bands, will disrupt humanity's search for celestial bodies.
The world’s first robotic kitchen is up, operational and making crab bisque like a ‘MasterChef.’
Drone manufacturer's latest model features an improved camera, battery and updated software.
Having a USB port built into your electric outlet can be useful. But is it the greatest thing since sliced bread?
Described as a 'portable center piece,' Philips newest smart LED is a super-versatile mood-setter.
Whether you like it or not, it's coming and it is the new 'domestic landscape.'
Or as the economists like to say, there ain't no such thing as a free lunch.
Walkster and Zingy solve the problem from a different perspective but reach the same goal.
When I started writing this post, I really liked the look of this product, but the more I thought about it, the less I did.
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