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Ban All Devices From Cars: NTSB

  NBC's Tom Costello has details on the NTSB recommendation that states ban all electronic devices, including cell phones, from automobiles except in the case of emergencies.

NTSB recommends ban on driver cell phone use

States should ban all driver use of cell phones and other portable electronic devices, except in emergencies, the National Transportation Board said Tuesday. Full story

FDA warns centers for misleading Lap-Band ads

Federal health officials have issued warnings to eight surgical centers and an advertising firm in California for misleading advertisements promoting the Lap-Band, a stomach-restricting device used to treat obesity. Full story

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  Wipe gadgets before giving to kids, experts warn

Before giving your kids a second-hand device, make sure your personal data and your credit card information have been sweeped clean. NBC's Chris Clackum reports.

  Do devices really pose danger to planes?

American Airlines says Alec Baldwin used offensive language and was rude to the flight attendants, which led to him being kicked off the flight. But once again it's got people asking: could my iPad really bring down a passenger plane? NBC’s Tom Costello reports.

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A device forces kids to exercise in order to keep the television on. KNBC's Dr. Bruce Hensel reports.

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A Texas scientist says he has invented a cloaking device that makes objects invisible. KXAS-TV's Amanda Guerra reports.

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