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High tech shopping without dragging a surly teen to the mall.
Company CEO Bojan Bojanovic stops by CNET's office to demo the start-up's Instant Heart Rate and Stress Checker apps. CNET contributor Boonsri Dickinson tries out the heart rate app and finds out why measuring stress levels is important for long-term health.
How close are we to finding alien life? CNET contributor Boonsri Dickinson visits Geoff Marcy's lab at the University of California at Berkeley to hunt for Earth-like planets. Using the Keck telescope in Hawaii and data from the Kepler telescope, Marcy can detect planets millions of miles away.
This week, Donald and Eric tackle the big ideas. Microsoft demos shoulder-mounted touch screen projectors, while Disney takes a decidedly low-tech route. We also look at a ball that can take 360 panoramic photos in one shot, advancements in harvesting energy from humans, the strength of your passwords, and a new spin on superhero teen shows.
The Palo Alto Research Center, a spinoff lab from Xerox, recently opened its doors to show off paper with disappearing ink, solar concentrators, and a way to purify water that was inspired by toner cartridges. CNET News.com's Michael Kanellos took a tour and has the latest on the lab's current research projects.
Boonsri Dickinson interviews Evan Lowenstein, CEO of StageIt, about how he's trying to bridge the gap between the fans and the artists.
Why do Amish teens love using Facebook so much? Today we'll explore technology's role in Rumspringa, a period of Amish adolescence that offers members a chance to experience the outside world. Wait until they discover Snapchat...
CNET's Brian Cooley looks at technology the Palo Alto Research Center is developing that aims to restore damaged documents by using secure codes that are actually printed on them.
What kinds of tech gadgets should you have in your emergency kits? We give you some ideas and take some from the audience.
From the launch of the Nokia Research Center in Palo Alto, Calif.: CNET News.com's Michael Kanellos speaks with research engineers about the technology they're developing in conjunction with Nokia and Stanford University.