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Hottest, Deepest Volcano On Earth Found Underwater
July 28, 2011, by, staff
Most volcanic eruptions take place thousands of feet below the surface of the ocean. Though immediately water-cooled, underwater volcanoes spew super-hot magma. 4000 feet down, scientists get clues t…
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How to Protect Your Computer From the Latest Viruses
July 27, 2011, Leslie Meredith, Senior Writer TechNewsDaily
The safest Web user is an educated one.
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Apple Patents Keyless Keyboard
July 26, 2011, Dan Hope, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
If the iPad wasn't futuristic enough for you, check this out.
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New Mars Science Rover Landing Site - Birds Eye View
July 22, 2011, by, staff
The Gale Crater was chosen as the landing site for "Curiosity" (Mars Science Laboratory). Take an animated look around the area and find out what makes its a special place to explore. Plan…
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Internet Traffic Cops Battle Seriously Clogged Web
July 18, 2011, Yang-Yi Goh, InnovationNewsDaily Contributor
Reorganizing how the Internet handles data may prevent a web-wide traffic jam.
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Hydrogen Fuel Helps Shine Light on Final Shuttle Launch
July 18, 2011, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
Hydrogen fuel cells are hard at work on Earth as well as in space.
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Sun Dragon Sprouts Fiery Wings: A Solar Prominence
July 18, 2011, by, staff
Over a 2 hour period the Sun released a massive strand of plasma that split and twisted into what resembles a dragon before falling back to the surface. Captured by the Solar Dynamics Observatory on…
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Google+ Could Be Helpful Education Tool
July 18, 2011, Dan Hope, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
Could Google's social network be useful for schools?
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Earliest Talking Doll Resurrected by Computer Scientist
July 18, 2011, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
The inventor of the modern light bulb and the phonograph also tried his hand at kids' toys.
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Artificial Heart Draws Juice from Wireless Power
July 18, 2011, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
Wireless power could reduce dangerous infections in artificial heart patients.
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Smell-o-vision TV Adds Odor to Programming
July 08, 2011, Morgen E. Peck, InnovationNewsDaily Contributor
Researchers develop TVs that transmit smells as well as sights and sounds. Time to stop watching 'Dirty Jobs.'
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Games Are Most Popular Apps, Study Finds
July 07, 2011, Dan Hope, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
Games are the most downloaded apps
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Amazon Cloud Player Comes to iPad with Unlimited Music Storage
July 07, 2011, Dan Hope, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
Amazon Cloud Player works on the Apple iPad
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Synthetic Cells Could Lead to Custom-Designed Organisms
June 27, 2011, Katherine Tweed, InnovationNewsDaily Contributor
Custom- build lifeforms, designed from scratch for specific tasks, represent the next step in genetic engineering.
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E-Reader Ownership Doubles in Six Months
June 27, 2011, TechNewsDaily Staff
E-readers are becoming particularly popular among Hispanic adults and college graduates.
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'Frankenstein' Spacecraft Seeks Geological Ghosts of Mars
June 23, 2011, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
This robotic space explorer literally draws on the spirit of missions past.
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New Domain Names May Internationalize the Internet
June 22, 2011, Stuart Fox, InnovationNewsDaily Assistant Editor
Thanks to ICANN, the rest of the world may put more time into administering the World Wide Web.
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InnovationNewsDaily's Parent TechMediaNetwork Acquires LAPTOP
June 22, 2011, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
InnovationNewsDaily's parent company TechMediaNetwork acquires Laptop Magazine.
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X-Rays Reveal Baby Black Holes in the Infant Universe
June 20, 2011, by, staff
New discoveries suggest that black holes and galaxies may be born together. Hubble and Chandra teams combined  the deepest X-ray image ever made with some of the faintest light ever photographed.
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Shielding Medical Implants from Cyberattacks
June 17, 2011, Mary Staub, TechNewsDaily Contributor
Shields to protect medical implants like a black box and prevent attacks.
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Modern Test Pilots Need Warrior Discipline and Geek Smarts
June 17, 2011, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
Negative Green Lantern, the pattern is full.
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Can The Netherlands Survive Global Ice Melt?
June 10, 2011, by, staff
The survival of the Netherlands depends on good adaptation to what happens in the climate" says Prince Willem-Alexander. Europe's Cryosat mission is measuring the changes in ice thickness at the…
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Shape-shifting Mannequin Shows How Clothes Look on Your Body
June 09, 2011, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
This robot shape-shifts so it's body looks like yours.
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Wi-Fi Scale Tweets Weight Loss Progress
June 08, 2011, Stuart Fox, InnovationNewsDaily Assistant Editor
Monitor your weight loss progress with this Wi-Fi enabled scale and its attendant iPhone app.
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iPad Apps Confusing & Frustrating, Study Finds
May 26, 2011, Dan Hope, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
iPad apps could be so much better
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