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Next Solar Cells Could Rely on Nanoflower Power
October 17, 2012, Charles Q. Choi, TechNewsDaily Contributor
The flowers were created from incredibly thin petals of germanium sulfide, a cheap, nontoxic material that is very good at absorbing solar energy and converting it to electricity.
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Samsung Offers to Buy Your Old Phones
August 07, 2012, by Leslie Meredith, Senior Writer, TechNewsDaily
Regardless of what brand of phone you use now, Samsung will give you cash if you upgrade to a new Samsung phone.
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Army Helicopters
Army to Test Microsoft's Kinect in Helicopter Cockpits
May 02, 2012, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
Gaming technology could form the basis for the Army's intelligent helicopter cockpit of the future.
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Army Wireless Charging
US Army Wants Wireless Battery Charging Everywhere
May 01, 2012, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
A wireless charging test by the Army could lead to cordless recharging for both soldier and civilian gadgets everywhere.
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New Battery Charges Itself from Vibrations
August 26, 2011, Dan Hope, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
Self-charging batteries could power sensors in your car
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New Health-Monitoring Mirror Displays Heart Rate
August 10, 2011, Stuart Fox, InnovationNewsDaily Assistant Editor
This mirror doesn't just reflect your face, it reflects your health.
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Digital Clay Combines Gesture, Touch, Click Interfaces
August 10, 2011, Stuart Fox, InnovationNewsDaily Assistant Editor
Traditional button pressing and gesture interfaces combine in MIT's Recompose input device.
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Become a Blimp Avatar to Roam the Real World
August 10, 2011, Stuart Fox, InnovationNewsDaily Assistant Editor
Telepresence takes a mobile turn with blimp-based avatars.
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Human Skin Used as Computer Input Device
August 10, 2011, Stuart Fox, InnovationNewsDaily Assistant Editor
An infrared sensor ensures that you're never without an input device.
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Future Firefighters Might Snuff Flames with Electricity
March 30, 2011, Morgen E. Peck, InnovationNewsDaily Contributor
Electrical fields could fight blazes and prevent fires better than water or chemical flame retardants.
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New Military Mission: Invent Better Batteries
March 02, 2011, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
Two new projects would give modern warriors more energy than ever for their gadgets.
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Researchers Use Smartphones to Detect Cancers
February 23, 2011, Charles Q. Choi, TechNewsDaily Contributor
Smartphones equipped with what are essentially handheld MRI scanners can accurately diagnose life-threatening tumors.
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Battery Breakthrough: New Technology Speeds Up Charging
January 04, 2011, Michelle Bryner, TechNewsDaily Contributor
Charging a cell phone or laptop could take minutes instead of hours, thanks to a new nanomaterial.
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Don't Sneeze: New Batteries Smaller than Salt Grains
October 21, 2010, TechNewsDaily Staff
Tiny batteries could power a host of similarly Lilliputian electronics
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Wax and Soap Wash Away Barriers to Cheaper Batteries
August 16, 2010, TechNewsDaily Staff
Crystals made with wax and soap could let electrons flow more freely.
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280-Degree Camera Catches Bee’s Eye View
August 09, 2010, Stuart Fox, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
With this mini-camera, UAVs navigate like insects.
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Experiment Demonstrates Possibility of Quantum Internet
August 06, 2010, Stuart Fox, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
A new experiment points the way towards networking between quantum computers
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NASA Takes ATHLETE Moon Rover for a Test Drive
August 06, 2010, TechNewsDaily Staff
Six legs, some cargo, and a stretch of open road.
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Nano-pen Draws 15,000 Images of Chicago Skyline
August 02, 2010, TechNewsDaily Staff
New nanolithography technique could revolutionize chip manufacture.
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Super-Pressurized Material Could Lead to More Efficient Batteries
July 13, 2010, TechNewsDaily Staff
The new energy storage concept involves a super-pressurized material that is nearly as energy-dense as explosives.
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New Spraying Technique Could Lead to More Powerful Batteries
June 23, 2010, Zoe Macintosh, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
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Tiny Nuclear Batteries to Power Micro Devices
December 09, 2009, Jeremy Hsu, TechNewsDaily Contributor
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