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How This Video Game Company Is Helping People Hear Better

Turtle Beach designed the technology for gamers, but soon realized people with hearing loss could benefit from it.
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GE and NFL Team Up to Fund Research Into Concussion Detection

The league has been criticized for its cavalier attitude toward traumatic head injuries and it's thought that more than 25 percent of players will suffer brain problems.
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3D-Printed DNA 'Bunnies' Could Deliver Drugs Into Your Body

These colorful animals are more than just cute.
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Bionic Eye Shows Promise for People With Age-Related Vision Loss

The Argus II system was successfully implanted in a senior suffering from age-related macular degeneration, which affects 20 to 25 million people globally.
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Imagine If Our Highways Were Paved in Plastic

One startup in the Netherlands wants to make it a reality.
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Samsung Wants to Measure Body Fat With a Smartphone Squeeze

It looks like the South Korean tech company may have a plan to outdo the competition when it comes to mobile health tracking.
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This Is What It's Like to Strap a Microsoft HoloLens on Your Face (VIDEO)

Microsoft has released a new video showing doctors and med students manipulating holographic 'cadavers' through the augmented reality headset.
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Our Love Affair With the Future of Food and Drink

There's an amazing array of helpful gadgets to take the guesswork -- and elbow grease -- out of crafting the perfect meal.
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Scientists Freeze Molecule to Almost Absolute Zero

This could result in the creation of a huge variety of different states of matter, scientists say.
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This Phone-Controlled Range Rover Helps You Get Out of a Jam

Never mind those dreams of using a handheld device to steer your car from the back seat, James Bond-style -- the real purpose of remote control may be to get your vehicle past a muddy trench.
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Amazon Invents an Ear-Scanning Smartphone

The idea is to take-on Apple's Touch ID.
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Microsoft Research Project Uses Drones to Track Emerging Diseases

The goal is to find new strains of pathogens before they begin wreaking havoc.
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Scientists Work Out How to Wire Up Your Brain

Imagine a future where neurological disorders are cured with a single injection into the top of your skull. It might not be too far off.
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A Drone Unlike Any You've Ever Seen

These realistic bat-inspired robots may give you nightmares.