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So far, Siemens had made good money with magnetic resonance imaging.

The magnetic receiver sticks to the side of the grill, keeping it in reach.

A. As a retrofit for older, magnetic technology, LoopPay has its limitations.

Such solar activity can trigger magnetic storms and aurora displays on Earth.

And the magnetic fields can drive enormous bursts of high-intensity radiation.

Samsung Pay can mimic the old-school, magnetic signals produced by card swipes.

Magnetic stripe cards will still work, on both old and new POS terminals.

The strongest human-made magnetic fields are about a few hundred thousand gauss.

Some have speculated it has something to do with the magnetic core of the earth.

The Huawei Watch will come with a magnetic charging station for the users benefit.

They cannot be deflected by magnetic fields and react only very weakly to gravity.

"We think the most likely candidate for why this is happening is the magnetic field.

For example, the new Apple Watch uses a magnetic inductive wireless charging system."

Researchers suspect the remnant magnetic field of Mars' crust is driving the auroras.

Plutonium's odd properties This fluctuation can explain why plutonium isn't magnetic.

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