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ATA alien telescope
New Site Lets you Search for Extraterrestrial Life
March 01, 2012, Clara Moskowitz, Assistant Managing Editor
Scientists need your help in the search for life beyond Earth.
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Bill Against Child Pornography Could Affect Everyone’s Privacy
February 28, 2012, by Leslie Meredith, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
Law aimed at child pornographers could give government access to everyone’s Internet history.
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Zero-G Guitar: Re-Learning How To Play In Space
February 23, 2012, by, staff
Future commander of the ISS, Chris Hadfield, visited the Larrivée Guitar factory in Vancouver, Canada - builders of the Space Station guitar. He talks about challenges of playing in the weightless en…
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What is NFC?
February 20, 2012, Anna Attkisson, LAPTOP Managing Editor
NFC explained: Also known as Near Field Communications, this technology allows a smartphone to communicate with other devices or smart tags via radio waves.
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A motion study by Eadweard Muybridge. 1887.
The Oldest Cat Video of All Time
February 18, 2012, Life's Little Mysteries Staff
What may be the oldest cat video of all time has surfaced on the Web. It predates YouTube by a century.
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Earth in a water droplet
Photographer Captures Worlds in a Drop of Water
February 09, 2012, Stephanie Pappas, LiveScience Senior Writer
Markus Reugels captures instants in the lives of water droplets with his camera.
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Could You Be Sued for Not Securing Your Wi-Fi?
February 08, 2012, by Leslie Meredith, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
A landmark case in Massachusetts could label as pirates people who neglect Wi-Fi security.
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New Trojan Automatically Uploads Stolen Files to SendSpace
February 06, 2012, by Matt Liebowitz
Sophisticated new Trojan steals Word and Excel files and automatically puts them up for grabs on file-sharing site.
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Review: Spotify -- Feed your need for tunes anywhere, and (largely) for free
February 03, 2012, by, staff
If you're a music lover or even a casual listener, have we got a suggestion for you; download the Spotify app and enjoy!
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Cop Uses 'Find My iPhone' App to Catch Thief
January 30, 2012, Matt Liebowitz, SecurityNewsDaily Staff Writer
Tech-savvy New York City cop stops iPhone thief in his tracks
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Powerful Solar Storm Sets Off Amazing Northern Lights Show
January 25, 2012, by, staff
Lights Over Lapland photographer Chad Blakley captured this amazing view of the aurora borealis in Sweden on January 24th, 2012. The January 23rd solar flare and ensuing coronal mass ejection are the…
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Anonymous Attacks More Megaupload Enemies
January 23, 2012, by Matt Liebowitz
Anonymous gets busy to protest Megaupload bust.
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The Beetle ‘Poo Dance’
January 18, 2012, by, staff
Some dung beetles do a little jig on their dung balls to help orient themselves so they can navigate away from rivals, researchers have found.
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xbox-360-111019-02 Password Flaw May Be Behind Hacked Accounts
January 16, 2012, Matt Liebowitz, SecurityNewsDaily Staff Writer
Hackers can easily launch brute-force attacks to crack Microsoft gamers' passwords.
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Karotz smart robo-rabbit facebook twitter
Karotz Smart Rabbit Connects to Facebook and Twitter
January 10, 2012, Sarah Silbert,
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Samsung TVs ES8000, 55-inch Super OLED TV
Samsung Debuts Future-Proof Smart TVs: ES8000 and 55-inch Super OLED TV
January 09, 2012, Sarah Silbert,
Voice and gesture control, a built-in camera, and AllShare for controlling your tablet or smartphone are some of the new features.
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Samsung Series 9
Samsung Series 9 (2012) Preview: Has the Air Met Its Match?
January 09, 2012, Michael A. Prospero,
Ultraportable, top-of-the-line components, but over $200?
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Anonymous Hackers Plunder Top US Security Think Tank
December 27, 2011, Matt Liebowitz, SecurityNewsDaily Staff Writer
Anonymous hackers steal credit card details and emails from clients of top security consulting firm.
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App Helps Disabled Find Parking Spaces, Stop Scofflaws
December 08, 2011, Jesse Emspak, TechNewsDaily Contributor
Searching for that wheelchair-accessible space is less of a chore with this smartphone app.
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Dangerous Facebook Worm Now Hijacking Chats
December 05, 2011, Matt Liebowitz, SecurityNewsDaily Staff Writer
Don't automatically trust chats from your Facebook friends.
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Lightning-Created Waves Leak from Earth’s Atmosphere
November 29, 2011, by, staff
As lightning flashes, it creates low frequency waves that circle Earth. Much of the energy from the waves is trapped between the ground and the ionosphere layer in Earth's atmosphere – but it has now…
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Monster-Stars Spit Cosmic Rays From Cygnus X
November 29, 2011, by, staff
The Fermi Gamma-Ray Space Telescope has detected intense radiation emitted from Cygnus X system stars that are forty times larger than our Sun. This data is giving astronomers a never before seen loo…
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Babies Want Bad Behavior Punished
November 28, 2011, by, staff
As young as 8 months, babies prefer characters who help helpful puppets and punish mean ones. The infants watched these puppet shows and then chose their favorite puppets of the bunch.
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Watch Out For Ridiculous Cyber Monday 'Deals'
November 28, 2011, Matt Liebowitz, SecurityNewsDaily Staff Writer
Some deals may seem too good to be true ... because they are.
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Mars' Radiation to be Measured by MSL
November 22, 2011, by, staff
Mars' thin atmosphere – and lack of magnetic field – lets many charged and neutral particles through. Curiosity rover's Radiation Assessment Detector (RAD) instrument will check to see if astronauts …
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