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First photo uploaded on Web
First Photo Uploaded Online Turns 20
July 10, 2012, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
The full history involves CERN, nerdy science songs and the first time the Web was used for fun.
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software downloads
Download Norton 360: Where and How
July 10, 2012, Chad Brooks, TechNewsDaily Contributor
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'Facebook Depression' Is Disputed by Study
July 10, 2012, by Leslie Meredith, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
A new study released by the University of Wisconsin finds no link between social media use and teen depression.
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Google Lunar X Prize Rover
Got $10,000? Fly Your DNA to the Moon
July 10, 2012, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
Donate $10,000 to send your DNA to the moon aboard a private moon mission competing in the Google Lunar X Prize.
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More Americans Becoming Serious Photographers
July 10, 2012, by Sean Captain, TechNewsDaily Managing Editor
While smartphone photography is booming, Americans are also snapping up — and learning how to use — SLRs and specialty lenses.
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Where to Find iPhones & iPads to Try Before You Buy
July 09, 2012, by Leslie Meredith, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
If you're on the fence about buying a pricey iPhone or iPad, a few days of using a loaner will be helpful. Here are four places to try.
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Windows Hourglass
Slow Computer? Your Web Browser May Be the Culprit
July 09, 2012, Joseph Fieber, TechNewsDaily contributor
A Web browser can quickly eat up your computer's resources. Knowing how to monitor your browser is a good first step in fixing a slow computer.
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Download Microsoft Office: Where and How
July 07, 2012, Chad Brooks, TechNewsDaily Contributor
Where and how to safely download the software.
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Photo from CERN's Higgs boson seminar
Who Deserves a Higgs Boson Nobel? One Scientist, or Many?
July 06, 2012, Francie Diep, InnovationNewsDaily Staff Writer
Is it possible to award just a few Nobel Prizes for discoveries like the Higgs boson?
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Internet Freedom Documents Easier to Sign than Follow
July 06, 2012, by Leslie Meredith, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
The UN has passed its first resolution supporting online rights. Combined with the Declaration of Internet Freedom in the U.S., they make a grand vision of the Internet, but can governments follow through?
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London 2012 Sega
'London 2012' Scores Bronze For Effort on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3
July 06, 2012, Robert Workman, TechNewsDaily games contributor
Sega’s Olympic sim suffers too much from repetitive gameplay, but does have features that will have some folks coming back.
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android os
Zombie Android Phones Pumping Out Spam, Researchers Say
July 06, 2012, Paul Wagenseil, SecurityNewsDaily Managing Editor
The Yeti of mobile malware has finally been spotted — maybe.
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NASA Disaster Camera
Space Station 'Disaster Cam' Will Watch Out for Earth
July 06, 2012, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
A camera capable of spotting cows on Earth is headed for the space station to watch out for environmental disasters below.
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What is the 'God Particle'? -- Higgs Boson Explained | Video
July 05, 2012, by, staff
Physicist John Ellis talks about the subatomic particle that has taken the world by storm. CERN researchers have discovered the particle that gives all other matter its mass with the help of the Larg…
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Teens Irked by Sexting, Do It Anyway
July 03, 2012, by Stephanie Pappas
A new study finds that almost 30 percent of high-schoolers sext.
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Stock photo of woman in a tank top, holding a power cord
Cotton T-Shirt May One Day Charge Your Cellphone
July 02, 2012, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
A new, inexpensive, environmentally friendly treatment turns cotton into a capacitor.
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Orion Capsule Atop Delta Rocket - Adapter Needed | Video
July 02, 2012, by, staff
To launch sooner, the first test flight of the new module will not be on the proposed Space Launch Systems rocket, but aboard the behemoth Delta IV heavy. NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center has deve…
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Beach Buggy Blitz Demo
June 29, 2012, by, staff
Beach Buggy Blitz Demo
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Drones Vulnerable to GPS Takeover, Test Shows
June 29, 2012, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
The vulnerability could allow terrorists to crash civilian drones at will, the lead researcher says.
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Pop A Water Balloon In Space - What Happens? | Video
June 29, 2012, by, staff
NASA astronaut Don Pettit pops several of them to show the the behavior of the balloon and the water in a zero-g environment aboard the International Space Station.
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Nexus Q Google
Google Factory Tries to Revive 'Made in the USA'
June 28, 2012, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
Google's secret Silicon Valley factory may return some manufacturing jobs to the U.S., but a robotics revolution is looming.
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stumped, shocked, confused
Post a Revealing Facebook Status? New Site Knows
June 28, 2012, Matt Liebowitz, SecurityNewsDaily Staff Writer
Hungover at work? Hate your boss? This site knows, and posts for everyone to see.
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google, tablet, music playback
Nexus Q Hands-On: Control Media Playback from Your Tablet
June 28, 2012, Avram Piltch,
A closer look at Google's social media streaming device.
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National Guard photo of the High Park fire
High-Tech Maps Keep Track of Wildfires
June 27, 2012, Francie Diep, InnovationNewsDaily Staff Writer
Constantly-updating online emergency maps show off their chops.
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For Wind Turbines, Bigger Equals Greener
June 27, 2012, Charles Q. Choi, InnovationNewsDaily Contributor
Scientists find that bigger wind turbines make greener electricity.
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