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Non-Lethal Weapons
Vortex Gun Fires Electrically Charged Gas Rings at 90 mph
March 01, 2012, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
A new vortex gun can fire electrically-charged rings of air that can clear smoke-filled hallways for firefighters or deliver non-lethal loads of clingy tear gas and pepper spray.
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Image of one of IBM's new quantum bits
IBM Advances Toward Building Quantum Computer
February 28, 2012, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
IBM has steadied a quantum particle for nearly 100 microseconds, a step toward a computer that would read information in quantum bits.
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First Talking Comic Book Cover - QR Code Required
February 27, 2012, by, staff
Valiant's X-O Manowar #1 has a QR code on their variant cover that will make the comic talk.
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humanoid robots
Humanoid Robots Dance, Perform Tai-Chi Together
February 22, 2012, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
The South Korean robots have arrived in the U.S. for research at seven universities.
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BlackBerry Maker Wants More 'Blue Sky' Science
February 21, 2012, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
Mike Lazaridis, the founder and former CEO of Research in Motion who helped launch the world's smartphone revolution with the BlackBerry, talked about his love of physics and the need for investment …
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quantum computer chip
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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Coffee beans and grounds
Coffee Grounds Could Absorb Toxic Gases
February 16, 2012, Katherine Tweed, InnovationNewsDaily Contributor
You won't be able to make a coffee gas filter at home, though, scientists say.
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Healthy Eating Rewards
Treat Yourself: IBM Patents System to Reward Healthy Eating
February 14, 2012, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
A wireless system could track your eating choices and assign rewards for doing the right thing.
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Third Generation Nuclear Reactor
First Next-Gen US Reactor Designed to Avoid Fukushima Repeat
February 09, 2012, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
The U.S. has approved its first new reactors in more than three decades since it suffered a partial meltdown at Three Mile Island.
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DARPA robots, Boston Dynamics
Robo-Mule Hauls Military Gear & Follows Like a Dog
February 08, 2012, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
A military robot designed to carry heavy loads could follow the spoken commands of soldiers.
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Navy Trains Sights on Fast-Firing Superweapon
February 06, 2012, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
The Navy looks to upgrade its experimental railgun into a superweapon capable of firing hundreds of rounds to shoot down enemy missiles or strike warships.
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THE AVENGERS Super Bowl Spot - Extended Version
February 06, 2012, by, staff
The extended movie preview aired during Super Bowl XLVI on The Avengers' Facebook page.
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Uncanny Valley Watch
Uncanny Valley Watch: Robot Lady Mannequin
February 03, 2012, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
A lifelike lady android serves as a moving mannequin for a Tokyo department store
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Helicopter Dusty Landing
Special Forces Want 3D Laser Mapping to Halt Helicopter Crashes
February 03, 2012, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
Airborne laser mapping could help U.S. Special Forces helicopters land safely in the worst fog or dust conditions without risking deadly crashes.
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Microsoft Exaggerates Privacy Benefits
February 02, 2012, by Leslie Meredith, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
Despite Microsoft’s recent claims, Google still provides many privacy tools that are better. Here’s how to tweak settings for both companies.
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Strange Supernova - Cold Gas Cloud Molding Space Oddity?
February 01, 2012, by, staff
About 15,000 light years from Earth, star remnant G350.1+0.3 has taken shape unlike many circular shaped supernovae. Researchers believe it is expanding into a cold cloud of gas creating the phenomena.
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Alien Atoms: First Contact Made By NASA Satellite
February 01, 2012, by, staff
Using the Interstellar Boundary Explorer (IBEX), NASA has sampled the galactic wind that has traveled from outside our solar system. Four types of atoms were found to be different from what we have i…
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Scorpion Shell Inspires Machine Shielding
January 31, 2012, Charles Q. Choi, InnovationNewsDaily Contributor
Researchers first scanned a live scorpion with a 3D laser scanner.
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water fillter, sand
Cheap, Sustainable Water Filter Made from Seeds and Sand
January 27, 2012, Francie Diep, InnovationNewsDaily Staff Writer
A tree that's common to water-stressed regions could provide people with homemade water filters.
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Painless Diabetes Monitor, Biochip Sensor Glucose
Tiny Biochip Uses Saliva for Painless Diabetic Testing
January 24, 2012, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
Diabetes patients could check their blood sugar levels by simply using saliva.
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ipad 3 rumors, features
iPad 3 Rumor Roundup: 8 Things You Need to Know
January 20, 2012, Sarah Silbert,
Here's what to expect from Apple's tablet sequel.
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INFOGRAPHIC: Who Gets Paid When iPads Are Made?
January 19, 2012, Karl Tate, InnovationNewsDaily Infographic Artist
Estimates of the iPad value chain found that the U.S. profits the most from iPad sales, even as China benefits the least from assembling Apple's device in its factories.
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Helix Nebula's New Mesmerizing Imagery Clears Up Cloudy Past
January 18, 2012, by, staff
Europe's Vista Telescope has revealed the nebula in stunning infrared detail bringing to life the visible imagery provided by their MPG/ESO 2.2-metre telescope. Strands of cold nebular gas and a vibr…
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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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