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The PC (As We Know It) Is Dead
June 08, 2011, Chad Brooks, BusinessNewsDaily Contributor
Apple's cloud put last nail in coffin
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New Composites Could Revolutionize Wireless Power
June 02, 2011, Jason Schreier, InnovationNewsDaily Contributor
Want wireless electricity for charging gadgets? Call in the metamaterials.
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New Jetpack Flies to Record Height for Parachute Test
May 31, 2011, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
The futuristic jetpack could assist the military and emergency responders.
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From Shelves to Internet: America's Digital Library Takes Shape
May 27, 2011, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
The future digital library's founders want to borrow your ideas.
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Future Clothes Could Use Engineered Scents to Change Mood and Enhance Memory
May 20, 2011, Stuart Fox, InnovationNewsDaily Assistant Editor
In the future, perfume-emitting clothes will encase wearers in mood altering smell bubbles.
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Universal Standards Pushed for Smart Health Gadgets
May 20, 2011, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
Devices that can share health data allow patients to update family and health care providers.
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Will $795 Million Help Turn Around Amtrak's High-Speed Rail?
May 17, 2011, Katherine Tweed, InnovationNewsDaily Contributor
Amtrak′s history of high-speed rail failure didn′t stop it from getting the majority of redistributed Federal funds.
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Top 10 Future Food Sources
May 17, 2011, Andrea Leontiou, InnovationNewsDaily Writer
Eventually, super-vegetables and food in pill form may be common at dinnertime.
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Direct Air Capture Is Pricey Fix for Climate Change
May 10, 2011, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
But it might make more sense after first tackling those dirty power plants.
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NASA Morpheus Lander Set to Test Moon Tech
May 10, 2011, Clara Moskowitz, SPACE.com Senior Writer
A squat, insect–like contraption is set to fly untethered for the first time soon in a NASA test flight.
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'Frozen Diamond Smoke' Could Be Used in Human Body, Electronics
May 09, 2011, Charles Q. Choi, TechNewsDaily Contributor
The ultra-light, spongy substance could find uses as sensors or as components in quantum computers.
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Bill Gates on Whether 'Disruption' Can Jump-Start the Economy
May 06, 2011, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
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Futuristic Skyscrapers Point to Cities of Tomorrow
April 29, 2011, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
Designers have you covered if you ever fancied living in an oil rig or an underground city.
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New Robots Curl Up Like Caterpillars and Scoot
April 28, 2011, Charles Q. Choi, TechNewsDaily Contributor
The rolling droid could perform search-and-rescue functions after natural disasters.
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New Self-Healing Material Activated by Light
April 20, 2011, Michelle Bryner, TechNewsDaily Contributor
The material could lead to paints that heal themselves.
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Could America Really Build a 'Star Wars' AT-AT Walker?
April 19, 2011, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
Robotics experts weigh in on making "Star Wars" science fiction into science fact.
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World’s Smallest 'Wedding Rings' Made from DNA
April 12, 2011, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
Scientists make DNA wedding rings 4,000-times smaller than the width of a human hair.
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'Magic Skin' for Planes Could Make Aircraft Lightning-Proof
April 08, 2011, Michelle Bryner, TechNewsDaily Contributor
A high-tech “magic” skin could help make future planes impervious to lightning and extreme weather.
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The Superbus: You May Never Have to Wait at the Bus Stop Again
April 07, 2011, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
The Superbus could revolutionize your morning commute.
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Computers and Neurons Unite: Scientists Deepen Understanding of Brain
April 05, 2011, Michelle Bryner, InnovationNewsDaily Contributor
By encouraging biological nerves to grow into silicon tubes, scientists have created a cyborg hybrid that paves the way for the melding of man and machine.
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New Device Uses Nanotubes to Catch Cancer Cells
March 30, 2011, TechNewsDaily Staff
This new device will help doctor's catch single cancer cells.
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Tiny Electrical Generators Take a Giant Step Forward
March 29, 2011, Michelle Bryner, TechNewsDaily Contributor
Tiny electrical generators are close to leaving the lab and powering up many facets of everyday life.
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New 'Artificial Leaf' Reaps Sunlight for Energy Production
March 28, 2011, TechNewsDaily Staff
The first long-sought practical artificial leaf might have sprouted.
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Nuclear Power's Next Fuel Is a Blast from the Past
March 24, 2011, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
China wants to pick up where the U.S. left off in testing a meltdown-proof nuclear reactor that uses plentiful thorium fuel.
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Artificially Intelligent Rockets Could Slash Launch Costs
March 18, 2011, Adam Hadhazy, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
Japan's aerospace organization looks to modernize rocketry by making launch vehicles ‘smart.’
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