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iPhone Geiger Counters Help Japanese Detect Radiation
April 15, 2011, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
The organization hopes to supply 600 detectors to Japan.
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10 Ways to Micro-Size Your Home
April 14, 2011, Andrea Leontiou, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
These furnishings will increase your space.
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New Sensor Indicates the State of Your Meat
April 01, 2011, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
Never come home with rotten meat again.
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One-Step Injection Device Could Help Save Comatose Diabetics
April 01, 2011, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
An all-in-one injector could make more drugs and vaccines cheaper and easier to use.
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New Biodegradable Golf Ball Made from Discarded Lobster Shells
March 31, 2011, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
This new golf ball, made from old lobster shells, creates a green solution for cruise ship driving ranges.
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New Reusable 'Dipstick' Test Could Save Lives of Pregnant Women
March 31, 2011, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
A simple highlighter marker can spread cheaper health-screening tests to more pregnant women.
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New Barcodes Allow Shopping from Smartphones at Home Depot
March 22, 2011, Leslie Meredith, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
Do-it-yourself retailer offers new way to shop with video-stuffed QR codes.
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Will GPS Systems Be Affected by Japan's Earthquake?
March 18, 2011, Adam Hadhazy, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
GPS has already compensated for the earthquake's landmass and planetary axial shifts.
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New Headgear Reveals Rat Brain on the Go
March 16, 2011, Michelle Bryner, TechNewsDaily Contributor
Researchers can now peer into a rat's brain while the animal is in motion.
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Review: Motorola Xoom Tablet
February 25, 2011, TechNewsDaily Staff
Can the Motorola Xoom live up to the iPad?
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Classic Toys Get Modern Tech Updates
February 18, 2011, Samantha Murphy, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
From Scrabble to Barbie, many classic toys are getting revamped.
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Buzzer Beaters: 9 Breakthroughs in Basketball Shoe Technology
February 18, 2011, Adam Hadhazy, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
Behind the wild style of many basketball shoes lie some impressive technologies.
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Game-Changing Technology: Their Material Sucks — And That’s Good
February 15, 2011, Ned Smith, BusinessNewsDaily Senior Writer
Is this the magic bullet for water pollution?
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Everyday Tech From Space: Water Recyclers Make Pee Potable
February 01, 2011, Denise Chow
Astronaut crews have lived on the space station continuously for a decade now, and over the years, NASA has developed inventive ways to distill clean drinking water from everything from ambient stati…
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SugarSync - Your Own Personal Cloud
January 26, 2011, TechNewsDaily Staff
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Moth-Inspired Technology May Improve Solar Panels
January 26, 2011, Michelle Bryner, TechNewsDaily contributor
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How Moon Science Gave Us the DustBuster
January 21, 2011, Denise Chow, Staff Writer
The DustBuster has lunar origins.
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Adult Entertainment Expo Rivals CES 2011 in Tech Advances
January 10, 2011, Stuart Fox, TechNewDaily Staff Writer
Living up to a history of innovation, the annual porn convention gives CES a run for it's tech money.
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CES 2011: Networking Device Keeps Seniors and Family in Touch
January 05, 2011, Stuart Fox, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
Sonamba gives seniors more autonomy by linking them with family.
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CES 2011: New Camera Goggles Can Capture Your Sports Exploits
January 05, 2011, Ker Than, TechNewsDaily Managing Editor
New camera-equipped goggles made by Liquid Image will allow snowboarders, snorkelers, and bikers to record their exploits in high definition.
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CES 2011: Computerized Telescope Steers Skywatchers to Best Stargazing
January 05, 2011, Ker Than, TechNewsDaily Managing Editor
A new computerized telescope that automatically slews to stars and celestial bodies of interest allows even amateur astronomers to stargaze.
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CES 2011: Ear Plugs Block Out Explosions, Let In Speech
January 04, 2011, Stuart Fox, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
The Etymotic earplugs designed to help soldiers can now protect civilian ears.
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5 Technologies That Just Might Be Extinct By the End of 2011
December 30, 2010, Ned Smith, BusinessNewsDaily Contributor
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2010's Most Hyped Gadgets: Where Are They Now?
December 29, 2010, Leslie Meredith, Senior Writer TechNewsDaily
From roaring success to epic fail, the fate of these gadgets points to what we'll see in 2011.
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CES 2011 Preview: Tiny Waterproof MP3 Player
December 29, 2010, Leslie Meredith, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
New technology keeps water out of swimmers' ears and offers long-term durability.
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