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Carbon nanotube device can rapidly diagnose cancer

03/28/2011, In the world of cancer detection, technology is rapidly evolving, and researchers are constantly developing newer and better ways to scope out those deadly cells. Well some researchers from MIT and Harvard have developed a new design for their carbon...

Doctors refuse to switch to electronic records

03/15/2011, According to a lengthy and detailed report from the Washington Post, it seems that despite the benefits and incentives an electronic health record system could bring to a hospital or clinic, doctors are refusing to let go of their pen and paper systems....

Drive your car with your brain

02/18/2011, If you thought driving your car with your cellphone was amazing, wait ’til you get a hold of this – some scientists from Freie Universität Berlin have figured out a way to allow people to drive cars with brain power. Yes that’s right –...

Insectohopter flies and spies for the CIA

02/10/2011, The CIA recently shed some light on the technology they’ve been using in the past, and this dragonfly robot you see is one of their creations – the Insectohopter. This technological wonder is actually the size of a real dragonfly and can fly...

NASA releases Spinoff app for Android

01/17/2011, NASA has just released a new app for Android and it’s not the NASA HD App that’s been released on the iPad for awhile now. In case you didn’t know, NASA Spinoff is a publication that informs folks of all the latest technologies that have...

The new era of laziness: eye-controlled gaming

01/10/2011, Just when we thought that we were making a breakthrough in reducing childhood obesity by bringing elements of physical activity into video gaming (Wii, Kinect, Move), some folks have decided to take a step back and make gaming even easier to control than...

Acoustic rectifier improves ultrasound image quality

12/27/2010, Ultrasound technology is an amazing invention. It has many uses in the medical field- breaking kidney stones, treating tumors, cleaning teeth in dental hygiene, and of course scanning pregnant mothers to determine more information about their unborn...

In the future, our food will be printed

12/24/2010, Some scientists in Cornell University’s Compuational Synthesis Lab are developing possibly the greatest invention in the world- a 3D food printer that would allow users to “print” meals using raw food as “ink”! Talk about...

World Series: Technology Helps Giants to World Series

10/28/2010, During the season games that led to the San Francisco Giants’ enviable position in the World Series, the team may have relied on playing smarter rather than harder. Of course, being owned by some of technology’s finest in Silicon Valley...

M-Dress could be the phone of the future

08/23/2010, Who knows what the cellphones of the future will look like? Well, perhaps the M-Dress could clue you in. This seemingly innocent slinky black cocktail dress will also function as a cellphone, now how about that? Thanks to fashion designer Francesca...

Digital Summer – Aug 25, Temple, SF

08/13/2010, On August 25th, Ubergizmo will host Digital Summer, an event that brings together the most international, professional, and glamorous crowd in San Francisco to celebrate photography, fashion, art, and technology. Among the unique features of this...

MIT Diabetes Device Monitors Glucose With Light

08/10/2010, MIT researchers out there are busy working to be able to determine how much sugar is in your blood by just shining a light on your skin. The device is a glucose-monitoring device for diabetes patients that might help do away with finger pricks. The device...