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Hallyu Wave K-Pop
Illegal File-Sharing Opens North Korea to World
May 22, 2012, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
Illegal file-sharing of South Korean TV dramas and pop music has opened the eyes of North Koreans to the outside world.
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Stock illustration of a section of DNA
New DNA Computer Stores 1 Bit of Data
May 21, 2012, Francie Diep, InnovationNewsDaily Staff Writer
The storage works in living cells and it's rewriteable, too.
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Visual Search Engine Sees Past Words
May 21, 2012, Zo? Macintosh, InnovationNewsDaily Contributor
Next generation search engines will understand the meaning of images.
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Map of the world's distribution of tigers.
Interactive Map Shows Locations of 25,000 Species
May 11, 2012, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
A "Find species near me" app is on the way.
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Image of TeleHuman conferencing technology at work
3D Teleconference 'Beams' Callers In
May 03, 2012, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
Recipients can walk around the calling cylinder and get a 360-degree view of the caller.
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Screenshot of demo by Ishac Bertran
Imagination at Work: Touch Devices, Transfer Files
May 03, 2012, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
Engineer says concept was inspired by the way Sifteo Cubes work.
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Jaguar Supercomputer
New Supercomputer Giveaway for Top Science Ideas
April 30, 2012, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
Scientists have a chance to win new supercomputer cores suitable for petascale computing that does one thousand trillion calculations per second.
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Photo of plywood structure for cat door
Do-It-Yourself Cat Door Recognizes Your Feline
April 26, 2012, Francie Diep, InnovationNewsDaily Staff Writer
One man's weekend project shows how far image-recognition technology has come.
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Tablet view of the new app
AT&T App Translates Phone Calls While You're Speaking
April 20, 2012, Francie Diep, InnovationNewsDaily Staff Writer
It's like those dreams where everyone is talking in a different language, but you still understand them.
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Stock photo of woman using laptop in London
Tweets Reveal How UK Felt About National Events
April 16, 2012, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
The latest tweet-analyzing study correlates mood with national events.
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Molecular Simulation
Secret Source Codes Threaten Modern Science
April 12, 2012, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
Scientists must share the source codes behind their computation-based research to catch bad science and avoid breaking the scientific method.
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A view of the augmented reality spider phobia treatment program
Virtual Reality Spiders Crawl Toward Phobia Treatment
April 12, 2012, Francie Diep, InnovationNewsDaily Staff Writer
Patients can pick up and poke virtual spiders, using the new program.
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Screenshot of ClaytricSurface demonstration
Futuristic Touchscreen is as Moldable as Clay
April 10, 2012, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
Will future computer screens be weird and squishy?
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Stock photo of woman pointing at code
In the Future, We'll All Program Our Own Robots
April 10, 2012, Francie Diep, InnovationNewsDaily Staff Writer
Scientists are working on creating programming languages that will bring coding to the masses.
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audio forensics
How Audio Forensics Reveals Voices' Secrets
April 04, 2012, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
How did the Orlando Sentinel determine a scream wasn't George Zimmerman?
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DNA and clouds illustration
World Repository of Human Genetics Now Hosted by Amazon
April 02, 2012, by Francie Diep
One of science's biggest datasets gets saved on the cloud.
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Military Big Data
US Military Bets on 'Big Data' to Win Wars
March 29, 2012, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
The military is investing $250 annually to solve the battlefield problem of sorting through a deluge of data.
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Google Lunar X Prize, Part-Time Scientists
Rover Turns to Supercomputing Power in Moon Race
March 28, 2012, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
A lunar robotic rover will harness the same computing power driving today's fastest supercomputers in the $30 million race to land on the moon.
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3D colored penguin
New 3D Software Transforms Coloring Page into Animated Scene
March 28, 2012, by Francie Diep
Color in a New Zealand wildlife scene, then see it animated on your computer screen.
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Infographic of algorithm-found heart side effects
Computer Program Finds Thousands of New Drug Side Effects
March 14, 2012, by Francie Diep
The program can find side effects and interactions with other drugs that weren't discovered before the drugs were sold widely.
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285-nanometer-long 3D printed racecar
3D Printer Prints Sand Grain-Size Cathedral at Record Speed
March 13, 2012, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
Check out photos of a nanometer-scale racecar, cathedral and a reproduction of the London Tower Bridge.
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DARPA QR Codes Contest
Win $40,000 in US Military's Hidden Code Scavenger Hunt
March 02, 2012, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
The $40,000 DARPA contest simulates how online crowds could help find critical resources during national emergencies or disasters.
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HAL 9000 Space Odyssey
Humanity Must 'Jail' Dangerous AI to Avoid Doom, Expert Says
March 01, 2012, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
Humans could stave off "Judgment Day" by building a virtual prison that keeps possibly dangerous artificial intelligence trapped.
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Quantum Key Distribution Test
Secret Codes Ready to Take Quantum Leap in Space
February 29, 2012, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
A future network of satellites could beam unbreakable keys for ultra-secure coded messages around the world.
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Image of one of IBM's new quantum bits
IBM Advances Toward Building Quantum Computer
February 28, 2012, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
IBM has steadied a quantum particle for nearly 100 microseconds, a step toward a computer that would read information in quantum bits.
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