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Affordable holographic chip technology processes light more efficiently.
Cheap Holographic Video Coming to Consumers
June 20, 2013, Tom Spring, TechNewsDaily Contributor
MIT breakthrough dramatically reduces cost and improves quality of holographic display tech.
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Anonymous Launches #OpPetrol Against Oil Companies
June 20, 2013, by Marshall Honorof, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
The #OpPetrol attacks are happening today, but its effects are not yet clear.
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Yahoo ID-Recycling Plan 'Stupid,' Say Security Experts
June 20, 2013, by Paul Wagenseil, Senior Editor, Security, TechNewsDaily
Giving old IDs to new users could lead to wave of identity theft.
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graphene, spintronics, transistors, electronics, gadgets
Newly Magnetic Graphene Could Shrink Transistors
June 20, 2013, Katia Moskvitch, TechNewsDaily Contributor
"Wonder material" graphene is also magnetic — is there a limit to what graphene cannot do?
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Microsoft Reverses on Xbox One DRM
June 20, 2013, by Clayton Ashely
The tech giant revealed Wednesday it has dropped the restrictive DRM policies for its new console after consumer backlash. Powered by NewsLook.
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Plasma Swirls Above Sun's Surface For 36 Hours | Time-Lapse Video
June 19, 2013, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory captured imagery of super-heated plasma and 3 prominences in a magnetic field dance with the Sun on June 16-17, 2013.
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Shocked man hiding from TV
Verizon Denies Plan to Spy on Customers
June 19, 2013, by Leslie Meredith, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
Imagine a supersmart cable box that watches and interprets your every move and emotion to tempt you with just-in-time ads. It's coming, say lawmakers. Here's what you need to know.
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Microsoft wants the Xbox One to focus more on TV and sports than its predecessor.
Xbox One Drops Online Restrictions
June 19, 2013, by Marshall Honorof, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
The Xbox One will allow used game sales and loans without restriction, like the Xbox 360.
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3D house printer
Can You 3D-Print Your Dream Home?
June 19, 2013, by Leslie Meredith, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
Maybe not on a desktop 3D printer, but industrial printers may take less than a day to build your dream home.
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Microsoft Money Box
Microsoft Offers to Pay for Software Bugs
June 19, 2013, by Paul Wagenseil, Senior Editor, Security, TechNewsDaily
Cold cash offered for previously unknown vulnerabilities.
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How Instagram Video Could Be Better Than Vine
June 19, 2013, by Leslie Meredith, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
Instagram video will get its inevitable share of haters, but professional photographers and social media-savvy teens could love it.
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Solar Power Chargers in NYC Parks
June 19, 2013, by Clayton Ashely
After Superstorm Sandy left so many New Yorkers without power, New York City and phone provider AT&T partner to install 25 solar powered charging stations over the summer. Powered by NewsLook.
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a 3d printed microbattery
3D-Printed Microbattery Could Power Tomorrow's Electronics
June 19, 2013, Elizabeth Palermo, TechNewsDaily Contributor
Will this tiny battery give 3D printing the boost it needs?
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Great Wall of China
Chinese Hackers Dangle PRISM Secrets to Snare Victims
June 19, 2013, by Jillian Scharr, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
People afraid of spying are the target of new spying malware.
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stylized drawing of steaming mug of coffee
Java Mega-Patch Fixes 40 Serious Flaws
June 19, 2013, by Marshall Honorof, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
The latest Java update is long overdue and corrects 40 very nasty flaws.
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Scientists Build Robot Designed to Run Like a Cat
June 19, 2013, by Clayton Ashely
Swiss scientists have created the cat-sized 'cheetah cub' bot - which mimics the movements of a housecat. Powered by Newslook.
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woman with luggage watches airplane take off at airport
5 Ways to Keep Your Valuables Safe In-Flight
June 19, 2013, Linda Rosencrance, TechNewsDaily Contributor
Don't trust other passengers – or flight attendants.
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Air Hockey Robot
Robotic Arm Will Kick Your Butt at Air Hockey
June 19, 2013, by Elizabeth Palermo, TechNewsDaily Contributor
Quick reflexes and killer strategy make this machine hard to beat.
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A building at the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid in Spain
Smart Glasses Help Professors See Students' Thoughts
June 19, 2013, by Marshall Honorof, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
Smart glasses could let professors address student questions without missing a beat.
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"Voyager: Grand Tour" entertains and teaches about astronomy.
Play Space Explorer with 'Voyager: Grand Tour' iOS Game
June 19, 2013, Robert Workman, TechNewsDaily Contributor
This new game from Kevin Tarchenski will teach you a thing or two about the universe while providing a fun and educational experience.
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Remember Me
Science and Speculation: Digitized Memories of 'Remember Me' May Be Possible
June 19, 2013, by Jillian Scharr, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
A close look at the technology of dystopian cyberpunk videogame 'Remember Me.'
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Mate, Mutilate, Die: The Curious Life of Male Fishing Spiders | Video
June 18, 2013, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Tough love: After mating, male fishing spiders spontaneously die.
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Cap'n Crunch wears only three stripes — the garb of a Commander.
Cap'n Crunch Defends His Rank on Twitter
June 18, 2013, by Marshall Honorof, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
Things get heated when a cereal mascot must defend his honor on social media.
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The United States government employs lidar technology
What Is Lidar?
June 18, 2013, by Marshall Honorof, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
By using lasers to measure distance, lidar can create accurate 3D maps.
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the brick-and-mortar pattern of simulated bone and nacre
Future Buildings Could be Made of Artificial Bone
June 18, 2013, Elizabeth Palermo, TechNewsDaily Contributor
Will tomorrow's buildings be made of 3D-printed bones?
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