Outfitted with two color cameras that run on batteries, the PillCam Colon capsule is being billed as a less invasive and less expensive option to a colonoscopy.
February 4, 2014 Patients who undergo colon screenings might breathe a little easier now that U.S. regulators have approved a pill containing two cameras. The PillCam Colon is minimally invasive and runs on batteries, its maker says.
Google co-founder Sergey Brin wears Google Glass glasses at an event on the University of California, San Francisco's Mission Bay campus on Feb. 20.
March 25, 2013 Google's yet-to-be-released wearable computer sounds amazing, like something out of science fiction. But not everyone is in awe, and some groups, and even one lawmaker, say the technology raises concerns that need to be addressed.
The iGrill on display at Macworld 2011in San Francisco.
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September 1, 2012 Sales spiked for the iGrill, a Bluetooth-connected cooking thermometer for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, after an enthusiastic online mention from Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg. But is it worth the $80 pricetag? We put the iGrill through its paces.
July 7, 2011 Old gadgets never die, they just get buried in the back of the closet. As blogger Scott Cameron's ReplayTV announces its intention to stop working at the end of July, it faces the same fate as his Palm Pilot, robotic dog and VHS player.
November 29, 2010 The Computer History Museum reminds us that long before iPads and iPhones, the hot holiday gadgets were Furbys and Atari 2600s. What else is on their list of "Gifts of Holidays Past?"
The Poken: Don't leave home without it.
November 3, 2010 This eco-friendly and socially friendly device will be an instant conversation starter at your next social gathering.
October 20, 2010 Apple announced a batch of gear and software Wednesday that CEO Steve Jobs says will bring popular elements of mobile devices to the company's laptop and desktop computers. Among them: more ability to "swipe" windows, and improved video chatting.
September 2, 2009 NPR has released its first gadget for iGoogle. Powered by the NPR API, it allows iGoogle users a convenient way to access and experience NPR content.
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