Topics covered this time include modifying the genes in heart muscle cells so they react with light, and stimulating them with light to set the desired pace instead of using traditional pacemakers; a new design to boost the efficiency of motors; a new gaming notebook from HP; a four-stream router that boosts transfer rates; sending faxes for free; a new projector to bring movie night back home; a personal vehicle similar to a Segway for less than $300; a really inexpensive digital multimeter; and the value of an Apple 1, circa 1986 computer.
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