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Will iPod Shuffle and Classic Take Early Retirement Next Week?
September 28, 2011, Leslie Meredith, Senior Writer TechNewsDaily
Don't be surprised if these "outdated" products are discontinued. Here's why.
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Smart City Solution Helps Drivers Find Parking Spots
September 28, 2011, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
Parking meter sensors will help drivers find open spots with a smartphone app.
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Diamond Proves Ideal Material for Nanobots
September 28, 2011, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
To resist wear and tear, scientists start making nanobots out of diamond.
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Missile Drone Suicides Itself into Hurricanes
September 27, 2011, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
A robotic missile-like drone can make the ultimate sacrifice for hurricane science.
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How Smartphone Preferences Reveal Likely Purchasing Decisions
September 23, 2011, Samantha Murphy, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
A new study looks at how smartphone device owners make different purchasing decisions.
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Crowd-Based Funding Enables Innovation at Luxury Adult Toy Company
September 22, 2011, Stuart Fox, InnovationNewsDaily Assistant Editor
To bring their high-end adult toy to market, Crave turned to a business model that skirted the problems of the Great Recession and built innovation into their corporate DNA.
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Ritalin Rouses Rats After Surgery Sleep
September 22, 2011, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
The stimulating effect of Ritalin could awaken surgical patients from anesthesia, and perhaps even bring patients out of comas.
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Kindle Books Now Available for Free at Many Libraries
September 21, 2011, TechNewsDaily Staff
You don’t even need to physically visit your library. Just log in to its website.
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6 Sunbursts in 18 Hours: Solar Flares Rapid Fire
September 20, 2011, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Between 7pm ET on September 18 and 1pm ET on September 19, six large solar plasma explosions were recorded by the SOHO satellite. One of these coronal mass ejections may create some geomagnetic firew…
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Nanoparticles Mimic Asbestos in Danger to Humans
September 20, 2011, Jason Schreier, InnovationNewsDaily Contributor
After years of speculating about the health risks of nanoparticles, a team of Brown University researchers have figured out the "how "and "why" behind the danger.
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Most Small Businesses Shun Innovation and Hiring, Study Says
September 19, 2011, Stuart Fox, InnovationNewsDaily Assistant Editor
Despite the flattering picture painted by politicians, most small businesses don't create jobs, drive innovation or desire to do either.
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Lego's Augmented Reality App Shows You What's Inside the Box
September 16, 2011, Meghan J. McDonough, Laptopmag.com
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Finding "Tatooine" - How Did Astronomers Do It?
September 16, 2011, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Astrophysicists explain how their space-based observatory collected the data that allowed them to reveal the twin sun-orbiting planet Kepler 16-b. It has been nicknamed "Tatooine" after the…
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7 Security Tips for Smartphone Users
September 15, 2011, Jesse Emspak, SecurityNewsDaily Contributor
How to keep your smartphone safe and sound
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NASA's New Heavy-Lift Rocket - Animated Look
September 14, 2011, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Deep space manned exploration just moved a little closer to reality with the announcement of that development is beginning on the new Space Launch System (SLS). The first developmental flight is targ…
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Tissue Printer to Fabricate Artificial Blood Cells
September 14, 2011, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
MakerBots are nice and all, but this 3-D printer may actually save lives.
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New App Helps College Students Stick to a Budget
September 13, 2011, Leslie Meredith, Senior Writer TechNewsDaily
App takes the hassle out of tracking expenses to help parents and kids stick to their budgets.
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Translation App Makes Menus Multi-Lingual
September 12, 2011, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
Ever wonder what that Chinese restaurant menu REALLY says? A new app has you covered.
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Saturn Beauty: Stunning Video Compilation
September 12, 2011, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Filmmaker Chris Abbas edited this gorgeous collection of Cassini Solstice Mission images. Launched in 1997, Cassini is on a 20 year mission to study the Saturn system. Includes various close-ups of…
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U.S. Military Orders Helicopter Drones to Report for Duty
September 09, 2011, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
Robot helicopters can help the U.S. military hunt pirates and carry supplies in dangerous areas.
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Top 10 Technologies of the 9/11 Age
September 09, 2011, Andrea Leontiou, InnovationNewsDaily Contributor
As soon as the dust cleared on Ground Zero, the 9/11 attacks began inspiring a new generation of defense-related technologies.
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U.S. Military Seeks Revolution in Biological Engineering
September 08, 2011, Stuart Fox, InnovationNewsDaily Assistant Editor
The first stage of DARPA's Living Foundries project is a dozy: revolutionize the entire field of biology by drastically reducing the cost and difficulty of making synthetic organisms, and do it in un…
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Where's My Sexbot?
September 07, 2011, Katherine Tweed, InnovationNewsDaily Contributor
From Maria in Metropolis to Pris in Blade Runner, sexy robots are a sci-fi staple. And they might be commercially available sooner than you think.
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U.S. Army Orders First Suicide Drones
September 06, 2011, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
The Switchblade drone gives soldiers a robotic aerial weapon capable of waiting for the right moment to strike.
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X-Ray Beams Bake in Ceramic Circuits
September 02, 2011, Zo? Macintosh, InnovationNewsDaily Contributor
Properties in kiln-fired clay are propelling ceramic to replace silicon in a superconducting, rewritable class of computer chips.
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