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Comet's Death Dive Extreme Close-Up
July 28, 2011, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Multiple views of the Sun grazing comet that slammed into the solar surface on July 5th, 2011 have been analyzed. Find out where this icy chunk of space debris came from and take a up close look of t…
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Zero-Emissions Plane Soars on Solar Wings
July 25, 2011, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
SolarWorld's Elektra One lets you fly the environmentally friendly skies.
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SDCC 2011: JIM LEE Talks The NEW 52
July 25, 2011, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Newsarama talks with Jim Lee about the new 52 and more straight from the floor at SDCC 2011.
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The 10 Best Google Labs Innovations
July 22, 2011, Dan Hope, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
Google Labs' legacy will live on
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New Satellite Service Makes Safer Skies for Oceanic Flights
July 21, 2011, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
An FAA-approved satellite service can track passenger jet locations anywhere so that pilots don't have to wing it.
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Not Tonight, Honey: Women Choose Internet Over Sex
July 21, 2011, Samantha Murphy, TechNewsDaily Senior Staff Writer
Women are becoming increasingly more passionate about the Web.
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Stellar Nursery Blows Cosmic Super-Bubble
July 20, 2011, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Deep inside star cluster NGC 1929 – a satellite galaxy of the Milky Way – winds from young stars and shockwaves from supernova explosions are carving a bubble-like structure 325 x 250 light year acro…
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Shuttle Launch: One Last Glorious Look
July 20, 2011, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Amazing views of the launch of Atlantis, the last space shuttle to fly, are stiched together in this end of the shuttle era tribute.
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Explosive Idea to Blast Craters in Asteroids
July 19, 2011, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
Michael Bay would approve of this combination of asteroids and explosions.
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Android Users: Never Lose Your Car Again
July 18, 2011, Jesse Emspak, TechNewsDaily Contributor
Finding your car is easier with an Android App from AppBrain.
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Coolest High-Tech Roller Coasters
July 18, 2011, Samantha Murphy, TechNewsDaily Senior Staff Writer
A look at some of the most impressive technologically-advanced roller coasters in the world.
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Hacking for Dummies: New Breed Learns Skills From Web
July 15, 2011, Sue Marquette Poremba, SecurityNewsDaily Contributor
That kid in the corner of Starbucks may be reading your email.
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Verizon and AT&T 4G LTE Networks Incompatible
July 15, 2011, Dan Hope, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
Same tech, different frequencies
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It's Alive! Organic Computer Combines Hard Drive & House Plant
July 14, 2011, Stuart Fox, InnovationNewsDaily Assistant Editor
A cross between a desktop and a potted plant provides a break from the antiseptic computer design that dominate the market.
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Why Teens and Adults Send X-Rated Texts
July 14, 2011, Matt Liebowitz, SecurityNewsDaily Staff Writer
Adults may be the worst sexting offenders
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Big Surprises about Eyewitness Research
July 14, 2011, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Steven Clark studies how eyewitnesses make decisions based on imperfect information, and how this affects criminal trials.
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Growth Spurts
July 13, 2011, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
This time-lapse video of soybean plants shows they have daily growth spurts just before dawn, like Arabidopsis.
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Cloaking Device Hides Events in Space-Time Wrinkles
July 12, 2011, Morgen E. Peck, InnovationNewsDaily Contributor
Bending space-time could conceal events, creating a cloaking device and solving some vexing quantum computing problems.
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Space Shuttle: Was It Worth It?  Putting the Program in Perspective
July 11, 2011, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
The United States Space Transportation System (STS) was wondrous, but far from perfect. SPACE.com’s Dave Brody and MSNBC’s Alex Witt discuss the righteous rewards and the wrongful running of the Shut…
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Solar Babies: Stars Born From Massively Active Parents
July 11, 2011, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Observations of Cepheus B, a cloud of hydrogen 2,400 light years from Earth, is proving that more new stars are born through radiation emissions than previously thought.
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'Humanized' Mice to Aid Drug Testing
July 11, 2011, Jason Schreier, InnovationNewsDaily Contributor
Part mouse, part human, all medical test bed.
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New Harvester Transforms Wasted Heat into Useful Energy
July 11, 2011, Morgen E. Peck, InnovationNewsDaily Contributor
Wasted heat could cool electronics thanks to special energy harvester.
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How to Choose Your Data Plan When Unlimited Isn't an Option
July 08, 2011, Leslie Meredith, Senior Writer TechNewsDaily
Calculate how much data you'll need for your new smartphone and how Wi-Fi can stretch your plan.
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Human Spaceflight Faces Uncertain Future
July 08, 2011, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
As space flight advocates argue over whether the next manned mission should head to the Moon or Mars, others wonder if human spaceflight has any future at all.
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Thousands Flock to Harry Potter Finale Premiere
July 08, 2011, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Join Harry, Hermione, Ron, Professor Dumbledore, J.K. Rowling and the rest of the cast one last time as they talk about what you can expect out of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows PT. 2, which th…
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