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Airport Luggage Conveyor Belts Japan
Watch Japan's High-Speed Airport Baggage System
September 25, 2012, TechNewsDaily Staff
A speedy airport baggage system resembles a roller coaster ride for your luggage in Japan.
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Do iPhone 5 & iOS 6 Devour Battery Life?
September 24, 2012, by Sean Captain, TechNewsDaily Managing Editor
Despite promises of long battery life, many owners see power draining before their eyes.
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Don't Let Your E-Reader Keep You Up at Night
September 21, 2012, by Leslie Meredith, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
Short of going back to paper, you can adjust your tablet or e-reader so it's easier to fall asleep after reading at night.
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iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, security
Apple iPhone 5 Operating System Already Hacked
September 21, 2012, Ben Weitzenkorn, SecurityNewsDaily Staff Writer
iOS 6 security nixed.
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Reebok's New Spotify App Tunes Up Your Workout
September 21, 2012, Michael Gowan, TechNewsDaily audio contributor
FitList app pulls songs from Spotify's massive library to match your exercise routine.
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Space Medical Scanners
New, Compact Body Scanner Ready for Space Station
September 20, 2012, Jeremy Hsu, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
Astronauts could get MRI medical imaging aboard the space station by 2020.
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How America Checks-In at Retail with Social Media
September 20, 2012, by Leslie Meredith, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
A new survey from mobile ad company LocalResponse reveals some surprising facts about how people use social media to broadcast their shopping experiences at America's biggest retail locations.
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Fusion Power Advances in Magnetic Crushing Test
September 20, 2012, TechNewsDaily Staff
A U.S. lab tests how well a small tube can withstand crushing magnetic forces on the road to nuclear fusion power.
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Kensington's New Power Bricks Charge Them All
September 20, 2012, Ed Oswald, TechNewsDaily contributor
USB charger detects the type of device attached to it, and thus powers it up as quickly as possible.
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Energy Efficient Houses
'Ghost' House Aims for Net Zero Energy
September 19, 2012, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
The ghostly behavior of an uninhabited house comes from a U.S. experiment to test energy-efficient technologies.
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Photo of a Baxter robot at work
New Factory Robot Learns from Hands-on Demos
September 18, 2012, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
Baxter is a cheap, easy-to-teach robot that could help spread robotics to small and mid-size U.S. manufacturers.
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Illustration of three sperm cells
Sperm's Quirky Swimming Revealed by Hologram
September 17, 2012, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
A new technique lets scientists observe thousands of swimming cells.
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Suicide Drones Could Strike North Korean Military
September 17, 2012, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
A kamikaze drone made by South Korea could target North Korean artillery guns or fast-moving hovercraft.
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Putting the Science into Forensic Science
September 13, 2012, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
Many forensic science techniques are poorly vetted, but some labs are working to change that.
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Apple, iPhone 5, press conference
The iPhone 5 How Did We Get Here?
September 13, 2012, TechNewsDaily Staff
The new iPhone five is the product of four decades of innovation borrowing at least as much from other as people now borrow from it.
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Fantasy Football-Playing AI Beats 99 Percent of Humans
September 11, 2012, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
This year, it'll try to overcome that last one percent.
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Robot Tentacle is Soft Enough to Cradle a Flower
September 11, 2012, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
An inflatable limb gives robots a gentler touch.
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FBI Launches Software to ID Faces in Photos
September 10, 2012, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
The new software should be able to make IDs for poorer quality images, including pictures from security cameras or publicly posted on the Internet.
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Cartoon of a smartphone with the Firefox logo
Mozilla to Make Smartphone for Developing Countries
September 07, 2012, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
A competitor to Apple and Google smartphones looks to developing countries.
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Labeled photo of Lullaby device
Lullaby Puts a Sleep Lab in Your Bedroom
September 07, 2012, Francie Diep, InnovationNewsDaily Staff Writer
The device records sleep quality, sound, temperature, and snaps infrared pictures every 15 seconds.
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Flip Flop Memory
Water Droplet Computing Needs No Electricity
September 07, 2012, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
Water droplets acting as digital bits can do computing without the need for electricity.
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holograms, nanotechnology
New Use for Those Incredible Nanotubes: Holograms
September 07, 2012, Charles Q. Choi, InnovationNewsDaily Contributor
The carbon nanotube hologram has the highest resolution of any yet created.
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Miss Science Pageant
'Princess Scientists' Stir Controversy
September 07, 2012, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
A science pageant presents the extreme case for using beauty and brains to counter geeky stereotypes.
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Amazon Undercuts iPad with $299 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HD, $499 with LTE
September 06, 2012, Michael A. Prospero, LAPTOP Reviews Editor
The Fire HD will have 16GB of onboard memory to start.
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quantum teleportation
Quantum teleportation Record Paves Way for 'Quantum Satellites'
September 06, 2012, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
Physicists have demonstrated quantum teleportation over a distance of more than 88 miles (143 kilometers) a new record.
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