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3-Football Field-Size Asteroid Nears Earth-Moon System | Video
September 05, 2012, by, staff
Just in time for the start of the NFL season, a recently discovered asteroid named 2012 QG42 will fly by Earth about 1,739,839 miles away (on closest approach - September 14th, 2012).
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Robot Cars Would Almost Triple US Highway Capacity
September 05, 2012, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
Self-driving cars just need less space.
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Gojee's Appetizing App is More Than Just Recipes
September 05, 2012, by Leslie Meredith, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
With photos that could make Mary Kate Olsen hungry, Gojee recipe app is now available for iPad, iPhone and Android. How to use the app to find dishes you'll love with ingredients you have on hand.
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computer monitoring software
Computer Monitoring Software: How to Choose the Best Software
September 05, 2012, Chad Brooks, SecurityNewsDaily Contributor
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iPad mini
iPad Mini Covers Waiting for iPad Mini
September 04, 2012, Sean Captain, TechNewsDaily Managing Editor
There's no mystery to Apple products anymore when the accessories come out before the product.
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Sony's Rugged Camera Captures Action Sports
September 02, 2012, by Sean Captain, TechNewsDaily Managing Editor
In a rugged, waterproof housing, this full HD camera captures video from your bike, ski goggles or skateboard and beams it to a smartphone.
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Photo Card Services: Greeting Cards Get Personal
August 31, 2012, TopTenREVIEWS Editors
Greeting cards offer a voice for strong emotions, and people spend hours trying to pick the right card for the right occasion.
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William Sanders: Engineers Can Be Researchers Too | Video
August 31, 2012, by, staff
University of Illinois professor, William Sanders, leads a team in the fight against cyber attacks on the Nation’s critical systems.
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Multiple Smartphones
What is LTE? The Technology of an LTE Network
August 31, 2012, Chad Brooks, TechNewsDaily Contributor
Long Term Evolution (LTE) is the current standard in mobile technology.
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Spelling Software Offers Help for All Ages and Skill Levels
August 30, 2012, TopTenREVIEWS Editors
Spelling checkers are a handy tool, but they are not always available or reliable. Many people embarrass themselves by using the wrong word, since they relied too heavily on their spell checker.
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Harvard Flat Lens
Distortion-Free Photos Possible With Flat Lens
August 30, 2012, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
A new flat lens could allow cameras to take distortion-free photos in the near future, researchers say.
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Eyes On — Pixels Versus Colors for New TVs
August 30, 2012, by Sean Captain, TechNewsDaily Managing Editor
Samsung trots out a new, 55-inch OLED set with 20 percent more color. Sony shows of a 84-inch with 4 times more pixels.
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Rolling In SpaceShipOne - Mike Melville Pilot | Video
August 29, 2012, by, staff
Pilot Mike Melville rode a rapidly rolling SpaceShipOne during Scaled Composite's first competitive flight for the Ansari X PRIZE on September 2004. The craft rolled 29 times at 130 degrees per secon…
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Samsung Galaxy Note II Video: 5.5-inch Screen Brings Pen to Jelly Bean
August 29, 2012, Avram Piltch, LAPTOP Online Editorial Director
The new Galaxy Note features a whopping 5.5-inch screen, a 1.6-GHz quad core CPU, 2GB of RAM, a high-capacity 3,100 mAH battery and a host of new and improved software for the S Pen.
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Illustration of graphene's molecular structure
World's Thinnest Transistor is Two-Thirds Complete
August 29, 2012, Francie Diep, InnovationNewsDaily Staff Writer
A new material combines a conductor and an insulator in a sheet one atom thick.
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Hands On: Samsung Shoves Smartphone into Camera
August 29, 2012, by Sean Captain, TechNewsDaily Managing Editor
Full Android operating system lets you Instagram and upload your photos.
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Teach Robots from Home with Your Kinect
August 29, 2012, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
Donate a Kinect scan to a database for teaching robots.
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Tatooine-Like System Found – Two Planets, Two Stars | Video
August 28, 2012, by, staff
Most stars come in pairs. NASA's Kepler space telescope has now confirmed a pair of planets orbiting a pair of stars about 5000 light years from Earth. So we see their light from long, long ago; but …
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Cooking Simulations
Steak-Cooking Simulator Feels Real in Your Hands
August 28, 2012, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
A cooking simulator combines a virtual steak with the real weight of a frying pan.
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Armstrong On Moon - On TV | Video
August 28, 2012, by, staff
Neil Armstrong & Apollo-11 Remembered: Filmmaker Rod Pyle arranges NASA video and images to recreate the 1969 experience of watching human beings step onto another world for the first time and th…
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Hurricane Isaac Heads Toward New Orleans | Video
August 28, 2012, by, staff
Strengthening to hurricane status, Isaac tracks for landfall on the Gulf Coast. NOAA satellite GOES-14 has been mobilized to conduct Super Rapid Scan Operations resulting in an image-frame generated …
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5 Tips for Delicious Food Photos
August 28, 2012, Aimee Baldridge, TechNewsDaily contributor
Want to take photos of food that look as good as it tastes? Sink your teeth into these tips.
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Citizen-Inventor Sues U.S. Government Over Patent Law
August 27, 2012, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
A recent change in patent law favors big companies over individuals, the inventor contends.
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Curiosity Rover's 360-degree Mars View | Video
August 27, 2012, by, staff
NASA's Mars Science Lab looks around Gale Crater: This color panorama, which includes the highest part of Mount Sharp visible to the rover, was shot by Curiosity's Mast Camera on Aug. 8 and 18, 2012.
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NASA Chief Remembers Neil Armstrong | Video
August 27, 2012, by, staff
NASA Administrator Charles Bolden Recalls the enduring legacy of Neil Armstrong, first man to walk on the moon, to the NASA family in this video message.
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