Buzz Report: The Mac Brain Video
A new report claims that cell phones may indeed cause brain tumors, and Brian Cooley is not surprised.
Andrew Schwartz, a neuroscientist at the University of Pittsburgh, has implanted a grid of electrodes inside a monkey's brain in order to listen to the different brain cells (or neurons) in an attempt to decode the language of the brain.
The sexiest phone on earth, the MicroHoo breakup, repelling sharks once and for all, and Brian Cooley, this week on the Buzz Report.
New technology allows organic brain cells to control robots leading us to conclude that eventually we'll all be brains in a data center. Also Apple announces a bunch of updates to their computer line as well as a new magic mouse. And the PS3 is now the King of the console hill. Who saw that coming?
CNET mobile phone editor Kent German and I talk with Dr. Debra Davis, Author of "Disconnect: The Truth about Cell Phone Radiation," about the emerging understanding that we don't quite know the effects of mobile phones on the brain -- especially the brains of children.
What if you could pay $100 million to go to the moon, but then not actually land on the moon? That and other awesomely strange news in this week's Buzz Report.
We know everybody hates a clip show, but that's just because everybody hasn't seen THIS clip show. Stroll through memory lane, and get ready for a buzzy 2007!
This week in Buzz, a magic device for getting women to answer their cell phones, NASA has a leak, and MTV gets into music. Yeah! Music!
Ultrabooks have the brains, the looks, and they're a cheap date. Can they take out tablets? Plus, Google and China war again, and cancerous cell phone calling.
The lesson here? Never go out of town. The Buzz goes low-tech: we're talking paper clips and brain sensors.