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Antique E-Reader Covers Bring Classic Feel to New Tech
November 18, 2011, Samantha Murphy, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
E-reader covers that look and feel like an old fashioned novel.
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Your Next Coffee Table Could Be a Computer
November 17, 2011, by Leslie Meredith, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
Still pricey, but half the cost of earlier surface computers, Samsung releases its SUR40 for preorder.
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Facebook Essential to Dating, Study Shows
November 15, 2011, by Leslie Meredith, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
Stalking a potential date is just the beginning for today’s singles. New study reveals how people find, keep and dump their partners.
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Adidas Websites Hit by 'Sophisticated' Cyberattack
November 07, 2011, Paul Wagenseil, SecurityNewsDaily Managing Editor
Sneaker giant stopped in tracks
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Gmail iPhone App Coming Soon?
November 01, 2011, Samantha Murphy, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
A native Gmail app for the iPhone could be released soon, pending Apple's approval.
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Poll: Cell Phones OK for Youngest teens, Not Tablets
October 27, 2011, Samantha Murphy, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
The debate continues for when kids should get their first cell phone.
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Facebook Fans Can Affect Company Stock Prices, Researcher Says
October 21, 2011, David Mielach, BusinessNewsDaily Contributor
Do you 'like' the idea of affecting a company's stock price?
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All Female Team Trains Microbes To Clean Up Nuclear Waste
October 20, 2011, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Gemma Reguera succeeded in becoming a role model for women in science, running a lab that’s staffed nearly with all female researchers — as well as deciphering how microbes can play a major role in c…
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JIM LEE Talks DC Games, Justice League Teases, Hooded Woman
October 18, 2011, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
DC Entertainment Co-Publisher Jim Lee tells us about his love for Batman, the power of games, and even teases upcoming Justice League issues &amp; that mysterious Hooded Woman!
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Fake Netflix Android App Steals Passwords
October 13, 2011, Matt Liebowitz, SecurityNewsDaily Staff Writer
Watching movies on your mobile is not as safe as you think.
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Sun Fires Up Furious Avalanche
October 13, 2011, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
During a solar eruption, a growing mountain of plasma culminated in an avalanche-like fall back to the surface. NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory was on hand to record the event.
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Review: The Nook -- The little power house from Barnes and Noble.
October 10, 2011, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
The combination of the internet and eReaders are changing the face of how people read books. With devices like the Nook, you can carry with you a library of books, while also having connected access…
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A Tale of Cricket Chivalry
October 06, 2011, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
The University of Exeter research team describe how they analyzed hours of footage of field crickets to understand more about the relationship between males and females.
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SPIDER-MAN: EDGE OF TIME Launch Trailer
October 04, 2011, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Spider-Man: Edge of Time hits stores today, and we have the final trailer for the web head's latest adventure.
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More Facebook changes, more iPods and iPhones, and more tablets
September 30, 2011, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
More changes are in store Facebook, and would you Pay for the glasses to see a movie in 3D? Will Amazon light a Fire under Apple with its new Kindle? Then again, will Apple release new iPhones (tha…
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Oscillating Bat Larynx
September 29, 2011, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Close up of about 0.2 mm of bat larynx muscle oscillating at 160 Hz. Two dark carbon beads are visible and used for automated tracking of the muscles’ movement.
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Bad Romance: Online Dating Scams Trick 200,000 Brits
September 28, 2011, Matt Liebowitz, SecurityNewsDaily Staff Writer
Online dating scammers often use stolen pictures of models or soldiers to entice victims.
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Faceoff! Facebook vs. Google+
September 23, 2011, Leslie Meredith, Senior Writer TechNewsDaily
With huge changes underway at Facebook, how will the new Facebook compare to Google+? And most important, which one is right for you?
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Review: OffGamers -- Finally, a MMORPG service for the rest of us.
September 22, 2011, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Unlike many of the other MMORPG services on the market, OffGamers offers services for well over 200 video game titles and even gives you the option to sell your goods on their site. Because of their …
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Bring Back Shuttle! Says Last Man On Moon
September 22, 2011, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Captain Eugene Cernan, commander of Apollo 17, upset with the United States' current inability to ferry astronauts to Low Earth Orbit, wants the STS program to be reinstated until a suitable replacem…
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Above the Aurora: An Amazing Space Fly-Over
September 21, 2011, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
This glorious series of images was captured by the Space Station's Expedition 29 crew on September 17, 2011 while cruising over the Indian Ocean near Australia and south of Madagascar.
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Fire Breathing Dragon: Maker Faire 2011
September 20, 2011, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
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Mac OS X Lion Password Flaws Let Hackers Lock You Out
September 20, 2011, Matt Liebowitz, SecurityNewsDaily Staff Writer
In a matter of seconds, an attacker can change your Mac password and lock you out of your computer
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Just Declassified: Spy Satellite Gambit
September 20, 2011, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
The National Reconnaissance Office just released video from codename Gambit, a Cold War era spy-sat photo program. 38 of these satellites were launched, giving the United States ground resolution of …
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