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New "Vacuum Laser" Treats Acne, Spots, and Unwanted Hair

While we suspect quick-fix cosmetic treatments like microdermabrasion and Botox are popular largely because people enjoy saying the words microdermabrasion and Botox, we know it's also true that such treatments do in fact make people look different (though not always younger) and that they are mo...

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Microsoft Celebrates Five Years of Xbox Live With a Free Game

With Microsoft's Xbox Live service turning 5 years-old this week, the folks in Washington are celebrating with original Xbox games like 'Halo', 'Fable', 'Crimson Skies' and the underrated 'Psychonauts'. Taking a cue from Nintendo, Microsoft is making these old gems downloadable. Xbox classic...

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Super Mario Galaxy is Heavenly, According to Reviews

In 1985, 'Super Mario Bros.' defined what the next decade of 2D-platform games would and should be on home consoles. Mario did it again for 3D games in 1996 with 'Super Mario 64' on the Nintendo 64. And while we may have to wait a bit longer for 4D games, this week's 'Super Mario Galaxy' seems to ...

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"Robo-Moth" Gives Hope to Amputees

Further hope that victims of paralysis or amputation could one day reclaim some form of motion came this week in the form of a robotically-enhanced, tobacco-chewing moth. The Society for Neuroscience's yearly gathering in San Diego saw a presentation on research in which a tobacco hornworm moth'...

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'Guitar Hero' For Your iPod

With 'Guitar Hero III' sales posting over $115 in one week and the hype for this month's 'Rock Band' reaching an Axl-esque pitch, it's safe to say that America's hunger for rock n' roll games is damn near insatiable. So it was a surprising treat earlier this week when Harmonix, developer of ...

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'Guitar Hero III' Is Ready to Rock, Say Reviews

Unless you have been living in a sound and fun-proof cave for the past couple of years, you are more than likely aware of 'Guitar Hero', the rock n' roll simulator that has would-be musicians kicking ass on such guitar-heavy hits as Lynard Skynyrd's "Free Bird" and Guns N' Roses' "Welcome to the ...

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New "Smart Suit" Makes Emergency Workers Safer

When we think about the future, things like flying cars and moon vacations are high on our list. But what about the future of...disaster relief? A new "smart suit" designed by i-Garments looks to make emergency workers such as firefighters work faster and safer by including location and health-mo...

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IPTV Coming to Xbox 360 With Fall Update?

With Microsoft's promise of the Xbox 360 becoming your one-stop media hub becoming more and more evident with each passing day, the rumor of an IPTV update for the concave box should be a somewhat exciting non-surprise. Recently, an Xbox 360 owner by the name of Aaron turned on his unit to see an...

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Touchless Keyboard for the Disabled

Using your digits to type out innumerable amounts of LOLs and ROFLMAOs on crumb-laden keyboards is something most people take for granted. But the physically disabled, or, more specifically, those without the use of their hands and fingers, have a much more difficult time navigating a computer ...

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Viewing Porn at Work Even Easier With New Tech

Despite the ever increasing Web surfing limits placed on employees at work, it looks like porn in the office is still an ongoing issue for many companies, according to a recent USA Today article. About 65% of U.S. employers use monitoring software, but the advent of wireless Internet and gadgets...

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