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Philips Two-in-One display combines two 19-inch monitors

Philips Monitors has created a two-in-one computer display that puts a new angle on multitasking. Instead of splitting your workspace between two separate displays, this unit packs two screens onto one base to create a single, space-saving dual-screen experience.  Read More

The Eizo Foris FS2434 Gaming Monitor is set for release later this month Eizo is set to bring its newest gaming monitor to the market this month. Along with a suite of built-in "Smart" display technologies, the 23.8-inch Foris FS2434 is notable for its slimline 6-mm frame, which is made up of a 2-mm bezel and a 4-mm border.  Read More

As it was with the original Rhythm heart-rate monitor, the new Rhythm+ keeps things as sim... The sports wearables team at Scosche has given its Rhythm armband heart rate monitor a reboot with the Rhythm+, an even simpler device than the original for a lower price.  Read More

Motorola's Moto Stream brings wireless audio streaming capabilities to old stereo systems

Do you have a stack of speakers or stereo system at home collecting dust due to their inability to wirelessly connect to your digital music collection? The folks at Motorola have decided it’s time to modernize your antiquated audio system with the release of a portable wireless adapter called Moto Stream, which brings wireless audio streaming capabilities to older units.  Read More

The 3D-Lung tumor model helps researchers to test medications (Photo: Fraunhofer IGB)

Researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute for Interfacial Engineering and Biotechnology in Germany have created a miniature artificial lung that has the potential to significantly improve the process of developing treatments for lung cancer. In addition to the possibility of replacing animal trials currently used to test new medications, the "3D-lung" could be used to expand our understanding of how lung cancer spreads to the rest of the body.  Read More

The Theo Power case is fitted with a both wireless charging technology and a removable bac... Designers at Theo Elements are looking to swell the ever-growing ranks of 3rd-party wireless charging solutions on the market with Theo Power – a case fitted with a both wireless charging technology and a removable back-up battery pack.  Read More

Butterfleye wireless home surveillance camera

Butterfleye is a wireless home surveillance camera that’s joining the growing ranks of intelligent, smartphone connected webcam systems designed to keep watch while you’re out and about. In addition to allowing you to check in on a live video feed whenever you like via iPhone, this smart camera comes equipped with a thermal sensor, motion detector, and facial recognition technology.  Read More

How to stop the autoplay videos in your Facebook feed (Photo: Annette Shaff / Shutterstock... Regular Facebook users will no doubt have noticed that videos in their news feed are playing automatically. If you're using Google Chrome, you can stop this annoying "feature" quickly and easily.  Read More

The latest addition to the McLaren's supercar stable will be unveiled at the Geneva Motor ... Like the Rolling Stones in their heyday, McLaren is aiming to churn out a new album – or in this case, supercar – every year. The latest addition to the company's fast growing stable will be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show next month – the McLaren 650S.  Read More

We breaks down our top games of 2013

It's been a big year for gaming. Not only did we see the arrival of the two big next-gen systems, but we also saw developers squeezing some amazing technical and artistic achievements out of seven-year-old consoles. Which titles stood above the crowd? We polled our writers for their picks for the top games of the year.  Read More

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