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Future Quantum Computers Begin to Take Shape
February 19, 2012, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
Scientists can now envision the shape of future quantum computers capable of cracking even the most secure encrypted codes or simulating the complicated reality of quantum mechanics.
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INFOGRAPHIC: High Tech Love in Space and Time
February 10, 2012, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer & Karl Tate, InnovationNewsDaily Infographic Artist
Modern day lovers want their marriage proposals or other messages of love to conquer virtual worlds and reach the farthest edges of the known cosmos.
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Second Life date
Future of Long-Distance Love Is Cool But Creepy
February 10, 2012, by Francie Diep
Lovers in the future can expect distance-touch technology, virtual dates and HDTV of their partners' faces.
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Oak Ridge National Laboratory Supercomputers, Titan Supercomputer
Supercomputer 'Titans' Face Huge Energy Costs
January 20, 2012, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
The next generation of supercomputers could transform science and society, but only if they can solve a huge power problem.
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Futuristic Security Schemes Could Kill Passwords
January 16, 2012, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
The U.S. military's top scientists want to eliminate the need for computer passwords with personal identification based on behavioral patterns, but some researchers say passwords are here to stay.
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WiFi Spectrum, White Spaces
New Wi-Fi Network Rides Unused TV Airwaves
January 13, 2012, Francie Diep, InnovationNewsDaily Staff Writer
The new network promises cheap, fast service over longer distances. But will the airwaves stay free?
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Stolen MIT Laptop, Talk to Me, MIT Senseable City Lab
Stolen MIT Laptop Plays Sherlock by Tracking Suspects
January 12, 2012, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
Stealing personal gadgets looks increasingly risky in a world where devices come equipped with cameras and GPS tracking.
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Graphene Carbon Sheet
New Material Bests Silicon at Gadget Cooling
January 10, 2012, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
A new form of carbon capable of conducting heat quickly may lead to smaller and more powerful electronic devices.
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Vatican Uses NASA Technology to Preserve Ancient Tomes
December 20, 2011, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
A digital format used by the Hubble Space Telescope may save the collection of one of the world's oldest libraries.
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NASA Looks to 3D Printing for Spare Space-Station Parts
December 07, 2011, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
Launching a 3D printer to the International Space Station could allow astronauts to print new tools, spare parts and even small satellites.
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Geometric Shapes Fold Themselves into Microscopic Building Blocks
December 07, 2011, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
The small, self-assembling shapes could help deliver medical drugs or become tiny building blocks for new devices.
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Tomorrow's World: What Sustainable Cities May Be Like
November 23, 2011, Katherine Tweed, InnovationNewsDailyContributor
Cities of the future aim to marry sustainable architecture and ecology.
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Porn Industry Files Lawsuit Against Dot-XXX Operator
November 21, 2011, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
Adult-content firms claim that the operator of dot-xxx websites is charging higher than competitive prices to squeeze more money out of the porn industry.
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Microsoft Files Patent on Monitoring Employee Work Habits
November 18, 2011, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
Microsoft's patent filing covers a system for analyzing worker e-mails, phone calls and video conferences to give feedback about bad work habits.
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World's Lightest Solid Takes Inspiration From Eiffel Tower
November 17, 2011, Charles Q. Choi, InnovationNewsDaily Contributor
Scientists took cues from architecture to create the new metal-lattice solid.
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Skywatchers Look to Cloud for Storing 'Tsunami' of Data
November 10, 2011, Francie Diep, InnovationNewsDaily Contributor
Astronomers are struggling to store and analyze the tsunami of data generated by telescopes and space missions.
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Common Machine Language Could Reinvent the Factory
November 02, 2011, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
A common machine language could help factories quickly switch over to making the latest cars, smartphones and other gadgets.
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U.S. Fuel Cells Go Global to Meet Energy Demands
October 28, 2011, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
A clean technology that first flew with the space shuttle could help meet Earth's energy demands.
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Software Tracks the Roots of Food Safety Problems
October 20, 2011, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
An electronic system could help nip food-borne illness outbreaks in the bud.
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Computers Piece Together Scattered Medieval Scrolls
October 19, 2011, Stephanie Pappas, LiveScience Senior Writer
A treasure trove of scattered scrolls is stitched together digitally
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Special Ingredient Boosts Hard Drive Storage: Salt
October 17, 2011, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
Adding salt has helped researchers create hard disk drives capable of storing 6 times as much data.
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Intel Envisions Smart Homes Adapted to Homeowner Needs
September 30, 2011, Zoe Macintosh, InnovationNewsDaily Contributor
A new Intel project uses sensors and monitors to enable your home to dole out advice and assistance. It may even get you a couple extra minutes of sleep.
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Robot Financial Workers to Replace Human Traders, Report Says
September 12, 2011, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
The world economy increasingly finds itself in the virtual hands of computer algorithms and robot traders.
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Water Capsule Homes Delivered by Airship in Architect's Vision
September 08, 2011, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
A floating water capsule home packs clean energy and clean water tech for flood refugees.
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Tiny Cylinders Could Replace Copper Wires in US Homes
September 07, 2011, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
Lightweight carbon nanotube cables can perform as well as copper or silver wiring for carrying electricity.
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