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Spoofed Boarding Passes Could Put Terrorists on Planes
October 24, 2012, by Ben Weitzenkorn, Staff Writer, Security, TechNewsDaily
Barcodes on airline boarding passes can be read by Web tools, altered by Photoshop.
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Hackers Stole 300,000 Records From Florida College
October 11, 2012, by Ben Weitzenkorn, Staff Writer, Security, TechNewsDaily
Students and staff across the state at risk for ID fraud.
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Preview: Lift, a Motivational App for iPhone
August 16, 2012, by Leslie Meredith, Senior Writer, TechNewsDaily
iPhone and iPad app may be the easiest, least intimidating way to build a new, healthy habit.
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Only Families with Big Talkers Benefit from New Verizon Plans
June 12, 2012, by Leslie Meredith, Senior Writer, TechNewsDaily
Verizon's new data sharing plans can save your family money, but only if you need unlimited talk and text. Otherwise, steer clear.
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New Mac Computers Too Pricey? Wait a Bit
June 11, 2012, by Leslie Meredith, Senior Writer, TechNewsDaily
New Macs launched today, including the MacBook Pro with retina display. Here's when to expect the first discounts and how much you'll save if you can wait even longer.
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Smartphone-Controlled GoPro Cameras Stream Video to Web
June 04, 2012, by Leslie Meredith, Senior Writer, TechNewsDaily
Now you can control dozens of GoPro video cameras via Wi-Fi. Watch as 50 cameras follow skateboarder Ryan Sheckler through the streets of New York City.
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New Onion Browser Offers Private Browsing for iPhone, iPad
April 26, 2012, by Leslie Meredith, Senior Writer, TechNewsDaily
The identity-masking Onion Browser is now available for iPhone and iPad.
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New AAA App Lets You Book Hotels from the Road
April 02, 2012, Seán Captain, TechNewsDaily managing editor
Upgrade to TripTik adds hotel booking by Travelocity
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Google Tells Me I'm Boring
March 29, 2012, Seán Captain, TechNewsDaily managing editor
Google's new account activity report makes me wish I were more interesting.
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Deal or No Deal: Free Nook with Subscription
January 10, 2012, by Leslie Meredith, Senior Writer, TechNewsDaily
Barnes & Noble has offered free and discounted Nooks with one-year subscriptions to The New York Times and People magazine. Put down your pencil, and read on to find out which one of the three de…
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New AmazonLocker Service Offers Postal Delivery Options
October 17, 2011, by Leslie Meredith, Senior Writer, TechNewsDaily
Amazon remains mum on self-service pick-up "lockers" as new batch hits the city.
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Bicycle Carry Bag Lets You Feel Directions
October 05, 2011, by Jesse Emspak, TechNewsDaily Contributor
An iPad bag lets you feel the direction your destination is in.
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2011 Set to Be Worst Year Ever for Security Breaches
June 10, 2011, Matt Liebowitz, SecurityNewsDaily Staff Writer
Sony, RSA, Epsilon, Citi -- who's next
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Rapid ID of Bin Laden Uses Relatives' DNA Matches
May 02, 2011, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
DNA testing technology gets one of its most high-profile subjects yet.
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Military Aims to Track Ballistic Missiles with Tiny Satellites
April 29, 2011, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
Those eyes in the sky don't miss much.
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High-Tech Attack: Gallery of Allied Weapons in Libya
March 23, 2011, Adam Hadhazy, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
Here's a look at some of the military kit deployed to enforce a no-fly zone in Libya.
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If Aliens Attack: Visitors to Earth Will Likely Be Robots
March 09, 2011, Adam Hadhazy, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
Don't expect cuddly, squishy E.T.s to come calling someday; instead, picture robots descending from the sky.
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Reliance On Foreign Oil Can Cost U.S. Lives, Panel Says
March 02, 2011, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
The U.S. military pays a high price in lives and money for its dependence on foreign oil.
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New Laser May Sniff Out Bombs and Pollutants
February 01, 2011, TechNewsDaily Staff
Engineers have developed a new laser sensing technology that may allow soldiers to detect bombs and scientists to better measure pollutants.
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By Land, Sea, Air and Space: Top 12 Military Tech Stories of 2010
December 22, 2010, TechNewsDaily Staff
It was a busy year for military technology -- here's a rundown of some of the highlights.
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U.S. Army Equipping Every Soldier with a Smartphone
December 14, 2010, Adam Hadhazy, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
Modernization plan could see every soldier train and fight with the aid of an iPhone or Android handset.
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Butterfly-Inspired Patch May Alert Soldiers to Brain Injury
December 03, 2010, Michelle Bryner, TechNewsDaily Contributor
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New CSI Camera ‘Sees’ Invisible Blood Stains
November 18, 2010, Charles Q. Choi, TechNewsDaily Contributor
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China Stakes its Claim as U.S. Rival in Innovation
November 11, 2010, Jeremy Hsu, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
The measures of innovation in China, the U.S. and other countries look fuzzy
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New Sensor Sniffs Out Explosives Even Better than Dogs
November 10, 2010, TechNewsDaily Staff
Both powerful and portable, new sensor could give man's best friend a break from bomb-sniffing duty.
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