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Utah State University researchers unveil electric bus with inductive charging
A 6-inch tall, 6-year-old skeleton confuses Stanford researchers and UFO conspiracists alike

Microvision's Show WX laser pico projector available to buy today, will ship March 24

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Okay, so maybe Microvision is a little late with the release of its pocketable Show WX pico projector, but we'd rather have a truly useful projector late than a useless one on time. This laser-based beaut will offer you infinite focus -- something we can vouch for having tried...
Microvision's Show WX laser pico projector available to buy today, will ship March 24
90 Seconds on The Verge: Monday, July 23rd, 2012
Kobo Aura HD Review: A "luxury" e-reader that's not worth the price

iHome's iW2 AirPlay speaker to begin shipping this April, for $200

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It's been a while since we've heard about iHome's iW2 AirPlay speaker, but that all changed Wednesday, when the company announced that its wireless system will begin shipping on April 1st. Standing at a little under six inches tall, this setup is about 25 percent smaller than its predecessor,...
iHome's iW2 AirPlay speaker to begin shipping this April, for $200

The Hi-Tech Security at the Super Bowl

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Hugh Pickens writes "As millions of fans sit glued to their sets next Sunday, one part of the game they will not see is the massive deployment of federal and local law enforcement resources to achieve what is being called the most technologically secure Super Bowl in history, an...
The Hi-Tech Security at the Super Bowl
DARPA's 1.8 gigapixel drone camera is a high-res Fourth Amendment lawsuit waiting to happen

Sony's Xperia go comes to consumers in November

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Sony's water-resistant smartphone, the Xperia go will be available for purchase in November, Sony revealed today. The new Android handset meets IP67 ratings for water- and dust-resistance between six inches and 3.3 feet, and its display is composed of a scratch-resistant mineral glass. When the Xperia go goes on sale...
Sony's Xperia go comes to consumers in November

DARPA shows off 1.8-gigapixel surveillance drone, can spot a terrorist from 20,000 feet

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DARPA and the US Army have taken the wraps off ARGUS-IS, a 1.8-gigapixel video surveillance platform that can resolve details as small as six inches from an altitude of 20,000 feet (6km). ARGUS is by far the highest-resolution surveillance platform in the world, and probably the highest-resolution camera in the...
DARPA shows off 1.8-gigapixel surveillance drone, can spot a terrorist from 20,000 feet

DARPA Builds A 1.8-Gigapixel Camera That Can Spot Six-Inch Targets From 20,000 Feet

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DARPA has released more details on the ARGUS-IS, a 1.8-gigapixel camera that will be attached to unmanned drones to spot targets as small as six inches at an altitude of 20,000 feet. The camera – which is one of the highest resolution systems in the world – can view...
DARPA Builds A 1.8-Gigapixel Camera That Can Spot Six-Inch Targets From 20,000 Feet
IDC forecasts 1.16 billion smartphones shipped annually by 2016
Seattle aerospace engineer wins Startup Weekend with smart alarm app Up Early

Wanted For Murder And In Hiding, Antivirus Software Inventor John McAfee Is...Keeping A Blog (INTC)

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Antivirus software pioneer John McAfee is on the run from police in Belize. They say they want to question him about the murder of his neighbor. He says they want to kill him, and that the police were the ones who murdered his neighbor. (You recognize McAfee's name, by the way, because...
Wanted For Murder And In Hiding, Antivirus Software Inventor John McAfee Is...Keeping A Blog (INTC)
SoftKinetic to provide gesture-tracking 3D camera to Intel
Intel's checklist of innovations coming the next 18 months on the PC
Cool gaming demos at Intel's developer event (gallery)
ApriPetit Is A Little Robot That Wants To Talk To You

LG begins mass production of first flexible, plastic e-ink displays

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LG, that South Korean conglomerate that has mostly spent the last few years fading into Samsung’s shadow, has just announced that it has begun mass production of the world’s first flexible, plastic e-ink display. This is opposed to the hard, heavy, prone-to-cracking glass-laminate e-ink displays found in devices such as...
LG begins mass production of first flexible, plastic e-ink displays

Synaptics launches a pair of mobile touchscreens at MWC 2013

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If Synaptics has a favorite song, we'd assume it'd be Touch Me, after all, the touchscreen maker does want customers to get handsy with its products. The company is launching a pair of mobile touchscreens here at MWC that we can expect to see laminated to some Gorilla Glass...
Synaptics launches a pair of mobile touchscreens at MWC 2013

Two Budget-Friendly Printers You Won't Want to Throw Out the Window

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It’s the impetus for meltdowns at your desk, the cause of late-night trips to FedEx Kinko’s and that one thing your parents always ask you to fix for them when you’re visiting. It’s the frustrating, fallible printer. But not all printers will make you want to live a paperless life....
Two Budget-Friendly Printers You Won't Want to Throw Out the Window
More foldy e-readers on the way. This one’s in color
'Alphabet Topography' is a beautiful look at how often letters are used

Samsung Sells Three Million Galaxy Note II "Phablets" in Just Over a Month

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Samsung is making note of early Galaxy Note II sales — and they’re surprisingly good. The Korean electronics giant said earlier today that it has sold more than three million Galaxy Note II “phablets” since the device first went on sale overseas 37 days ago. The Galaxy Note II is...
Samsung Sells Three Million Galaxy Note II "Phablets" in Just Over a Month

Samsung Galaxy Note: The Most Controversial Phone On The Planet [REVIEW] (T)

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Think back to one year ago. Screen size was one of the only ways Android phones could set themselves apart from the iPhone. Early last year, all those phones with four-inch screens seemed like a godsend to people who liked to consume a bunch of content on their device....
Samsung Galaxy Note: The Most Controversial Phone On The Planet [REVIEW] (T)

Staples to offer 'Easy 3D' printing service, put an end to hackneyed hockey masks

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Just one more robbery and then we can happily retire. But there's this nagging feeling that our criminal swan song should be more than just another Class B felony -- it should be art. That's why we're heading over to Staples to collect a 3D printed mask that, for...
Staples to offer 'Easy 3D' printing service, put an end to hackneyed hockey masks

GEORGE LUCAS IS WRONG: You Can't Survive A Nuclear Bomb By Hiding In A Fridge

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In "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull," George Lucas has Indy hide in a refrigerator to protect himself from an atomic bomb. This was so dumb that, at the time, the phrase "nuking the fridge" became the new "jumping the shark" -- an expression that indicates...
GEORGE LUCAS IS WRONG: You Can't Survive A Nuclear Bomb By Hiding In A Fridge

Ubuntu Wants to Find Its Way Onto Tablets, Too

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After already detailing its plans to put its Linux software onto phones, Canonical on Tuesday is showing its vision for Ubuntu-powered tablets. “Multi-tasking productivity meets elegance and rigorous security in our tablet experience,“ Canonical and Ubuntu founder Mark Shuttleworth said in a statement. “Our family of interfaces now scales across...
Ubuntu Wants to Find Its Way Onto Tablets, Too

GestIC brings 3D, camera-free gesture recognition to low-cost devices

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Until now, high-resolution 3D motion detection devices have required cameras or other relatively expensive components. Microchip (that’s the company’s name) is changing that with its new GestIC technology. Based on detecting disturbances in an electromagnetic field (an extension of the 1D and 2D technology used in devices including the iPod...
GestIC brings 3D, camera-free gesture recognition to low-cost devices

Review: The Samsung Galaxy Note II is a promising, if not perfect, mix of tablet and phone

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If the suite of phones that have been unleashed on the world on the past year is any indication, Samsung has come out swinging in 2012. Boosted by successful sales of many models, including the popular Galaxy S III and Google-advised Galaxy Nexus, the Korean telecommunications company has made a...
Review: The Samsung Galaxy Note II is a promising, if not perfect, mix of tablet and phone
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