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  • Test drive: Ford's new van does the job

    Several years ago, Ford gave a preview to members of the automotive media, showing some future and prospective products. One that caught my eye was the Ford Transit Connect, a purely-European little delivery van that has been selling well overseas for six...
  • Tasty leftovers — of the gadget variety

    Tasty leftovers — of the gadget variety
    Being a gadget reviewer often feels like being at a holiday feast. Every day, companies invite me to sample their products, and, even though I know I should turn some of them down, I say yes too often and end up filling my plate (or cubicle) with more...
  • University of Chicago scientists aim to develop prostheses with sense of touch

    University of Chicago scientists aim to develop prostheses with sense of touch
    University of Chicago researchers aim to design prostheses that will not only be able to move, but would also provide amputees and quadriplegics a sense of touch. In an underground laboratory at the University of Chicago, neuroscientist Sliman Bensmaia...
  • Take Five: Thoughts on our very own 'Marshal Dillon'

    Marshal Matt Dillon died early this month. Dillon, a man made famous by actor James Arness, left us with memories of a tough Western frontier town coping with lots of bad guys and an occasional bad girl. Yes, I know that it was James Arness who died,...
  • Driven to buy

    Driven to buy
    In case Ken Splithoff's friends are reading this, the Carpentersville, Ill., auto aficionado has a few things on his holiday wish list: remote-controlled cars, subscriptions to hot rod magazines and a coupon for a racecar driving course. "I did that a...
  • Sluggish computer? Let the healing begin

    Sluggish computer? Let the healing begin
    If you believe the results of a recent Zogby International poll, we’re more dependent on the Internet than ever. When asked what technology they could not live without, 28 percent of those surveyed said high-speed Internet, by far the most frequent...
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  • Digging for information gold with data mining

    Digging for information gold with data mining
    The old image of looking for a needle in a haystack doesn't even come close to the realities of modern life. Simply put, the world is drowning in data. Every item scanned at every grocery store, every keystroke made on every website, every transaction...
  • Obama's BlackBerry: Encryption included

     
    by Mark Silva and updated at 2:35 pm EST Obama will get his Berry. The hot news among the breaking Internet stories of the e-cycle is that President Barack Obama, who worries about getting trapped inside "the bubble'' of the......
  • Exclusive First Test: Cadillac CTS In-Car Wi-Fi

     
    Chrysler was the first to offer in-car wireless as a dealer option late last year, and now Cadillac plans to do the same in April for its CTS Sedan using the same hardware and service from Autonet Mobile. Yesterday, on......
  • Verizon smart-phone users average more data usage than AT&T's, study says

     
    Thought your iPhone-toting friends were always buried in their phones? Seems Droid users are even more active Web surfers, according to a report released this week. The average Verizon Wireless smart-phone owner gobbles up more of the network's wireless...