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Probe Laser Beams Broadband From Lunar Orbit | Video
October 28, 2013, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
The Lunar Laser Communication Demonstration (LLCD) aboard NASA's LADEE mission, fired its data-laser data downlinking an astonishing 622 Mbps and an error-free upload rate of 20Mbps.
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10 Most-Offensive Apps
February 28, 2013, Ed Oswald, TechNewsDaily Contributor
Not all apps are in good taste, but some are especially egregious. A few have even been banned as a result.
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fitness 2013, health tech
9 Tech Tools to Stay Fit in 2013
January 04, 2013, Rachel Kaufman, TechNewsDaily Contributor
Here are 10 gadgets that can help you get or stay healthy in the New Year.
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house heavily laden with Christmas decorations
8 Tips to Protect Your Home During the Holidays
December 19, 2012, Linda Rosencrance, TechNewsDaily Contributor
Don't let a bad Santa crash your Christmas.
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Military Drones US Homeland
Military Drones Prowl US Skies
December 06, 2012, TechNewsDaily Staff
U.S. military drones practice surveillance missions as they fly above the U.S.
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Atm
High-Tech Thieves Hack Directly Into ATM
December 05, 2012, by Ben Weitzenkorn, Staff Writer, Security, TechNewsDaily
Wise guys yanked out security camera, plugged in keyboard.
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tattooed, naked men in a webcam photo
Anonymous Threatens Former 'Revenge Porn' Site Owner
December 04, 2012, by Ben Weitzenkorn, Staff Writer, Security, TechNewsDaily
Hacktivists hunting for IsAnyoneUp.com founder Hunter Moore.
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Instagram Users Risk Remote iPhone Hack
December 04, 2012, by Ben Weitzenkorn, Staff Writer, Security, TechNewsDaily
App flaws allow attacker to hijack photo-sharing account.
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Photo of the Beaver Valley power plant in Pennsylvania
Bored Researcher Easily Finds Two Dozen SCADA Security Holes
November 28, 2012, by Ben Weitzenkorn, Staff Writer, Security, TechNewsDaily
Flaws could lead to attacks on critical infrastructure.
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video games, gaming
Top 3 Wii U Sports Games
November 27, 2012, Robert Workman, TechNewsDaily Gaming Contributor
We take a closer look at the newest sports releases and how they stack up against the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions.
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Thief Apparently Hacked Hotel-Room Lock
November 26, 2012, by Paul Wagenseil, Senior Editor, Security, TechNewsDaily
Proof-of-concept hack escapes into real world.
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biometrics
7 Biometric Technologies on the Horizon
November 21, 2012, Tech that could identify you by your vein patterns, touch-screen swipes and heartbeat.
Tech that could identify you by your vein patterns, touch-screen swipes and heartbeat.
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weev wearing at&t cap
Hacker Faces Prison for Not Hacking iPad
November 19, 2012, by Ben Weitzenkorn, Staff Writer, Security, TechNewsDaily
Trial hinges on 1986 anti-hacking law described by experts as unclear, too broad.
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What Can I Do About a Slow Internet Connection?
November 16, 2012, by Leslie Meredith, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
If you're frustrated by a slow Internet connection, here are ways to that could help increase speeds, and how to know when it's time to look for a new service
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Navy SEAL Team Six Game Consulting
Why SEALs Paid the Price for 'Medal of Honor' Game Consulting
November 09, 2012, Jeremy Hsu, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
What SEAL Team Six told game developers during a consulting job that ended in military punishment.
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Optical Camouflage Technology
Camouflage Tech Makes Cars Look Transparent
November 07, 2012, TechNewsDaily Staff
Optical camouflage technology gives drivers a 'transparent' view of what's behind their cars.
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Stock photo of a ballot box in front of a New Jersey flag
New Jersey Difficulties Not Indictment of Online Voting, Say Advocates
November 06, 2012, by Sean Captain, TechNewsDaily Managing Editor
New Jersey's last-minute effort to let people vote by email was poorly implemented, but that doesn't mean that online voting can't work say tech advocates.
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Toro Straight-Shaft Gas Trimmer 51974: Weed Whacker Video Buying Guide
October 25, 2012, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
The Toro Straight-Shaft Gas Trimmer has a clean-burning, full-crank engine and great attachment options. Anti-vibration technology makes for easy operation, but no support harness is available. Still…
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Husqvarna 128DJx: Weed Whacker Video Buying Guide
October 25, 2012, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
An adjustable handle paired with a wide trimming length and light weight make the Husqvarna trimmer a shining star. You must mix gas and oil for fuel, and the trimmer's straight shaft slightly offset…
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Craftsman Weedwacker Gas Trimmer 71170: Weed Whacker Video Buying Guide
October 25, 2012, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
The new quick-change spool-loading system may take some getting used to. But a powerful 4-cycle engine paired with a curved shaft design and superior attachment options make this the best weed eater …
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Gangnam Style Robots Dance To K-Pop Hit At Maker Faire | Video
October 24, 2012, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Robots programmed by attendees of World Maker Faire in Queens, NY dance to the viral Korean pop hit 'Gangnam Style'.
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Netgear N600 WNDR3700: Premium Wireless Router Video Buying Guide
October 23, 2012, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
The Netgear N600 premium wireless router can supply up to 600 Mbps and has powerful guest network and parental control tools. The USB port is primarily designed for connecting storage devices but dow…
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NYCC 2012: JESSE BLAZE Talks Evil Ernie Reboot
October 22, 2012, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
The writer talks with us about the new Evil Ernie series.
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Baby Walrus Adjusts to Big City Life | Video
October 22, 2012, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Mitik the baby walrus was orphaned off the coast of Barrow, Alaska, and rescued by fishermen. After a stint at the Alaska SeaLife Center, he has moved to his new home at the New York Aquarium where h…
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The Learning Bridge: Real Span Teaches Engineering | Video
October 19, 2012, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
By attaching sensors, monitoring devices and cameras to a local bridge, four universities stream live data and video into classrooms, allowing civil engineering students to observe key engineering co…
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