High Costs, Limited Care A Pain For Therapy Patients

April 13, 2011
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Last summer, 32-year-old Rebecca Neusteter went out for a leisurely bike ride. But she fell off her bike and shattered her knee.

Voice Quality On Hold For Smart Phones

March 10, 2011
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Even though American consumers still talk a lot on their smart phones, there’s one fundamental function that’s consistently falling short — voice quality.

Say What? Voice Recognition Apps, Maps And Traps

November 19, 2010
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Google's Voice Search app on an Android phone allows users to do everything from listening to music to sending a note to themselves. Courtesy of Google.

Instead of talking on your smart phone, think about talking to it. And don’t forget to tell your tablet what’s on your holiday shopping list.

X Prize Marks Fuel-Efficiency Spot For Future Cars

September 16, 2010
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X Prize Competition.

Oliver Kuttner and his team of designers have seen the future of fuel-efficient cars topping the dreamed-of mark of 100 miles per gallon. This week, the Edison2 team is being rewarded for its vision with half of the $10 million X Prize.

Four Letters Ease Housing Fears For Some: Rent

July 23, 2010
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Jesus Felizzola says he's renting out of fear. His experience with homeownership turned into a nightmare when he had to sell his home at a substantial loss.

With the housing market still in the doldrums, home-seekers and the Obama administration are reconsidering the emphasis on buying over renting.

Homebuyers Still Wary Despite Low Rates, Prices

June 23, 2010
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Selma Jager, a real estate agent in Prince George's County, Md., says business has been tough because sellers see prices declining and buyers still feel they're too high.

Selma Jager has sold real estate for 38 years and has the trophies and plaques to prove it.

Cutting The Cord: Staying Connected Without Wires

May 10, 2010
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Leslie Bradshaw knows exactly what she wants when she heads to Starbucks.

When Play Means Pay: Video Game Jobs On The Rise

January 7, 2010
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Imagine having a boss who encourages you to play games during the workday.

Who’s Gaming Now? Seniors Turn To Wii Bowling

November 23, 2009
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Willa Mae Graham, 81, competes in a Wii bowling game at the Langston-Brown Senior Center in Arlington, Va. The interactive video game has gained popularity among seniors, bringing them together for socializing and low-impact exercise.

Say goodbye to shuffleboard and hello to Wii.

How To Solve The Business Card Blues

October 5, 2009
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How To Solve The Business Card Blues

I’ve got a house full of business cards. It’s quite a collection that’s taking up an awful lot of space in my apartment.