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iPads Become Top Choice for Streaming Video
November 06, 2012, by Leslie Meredith, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
New survey reveals mobile video tops TV-connected streaming by a wide margin.
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Judge Rejects Lawsuit Over Altered Ohio Voting Software
November 06, 2012, by Ben Weitzenkorn, Staff Writer, Security, TechNewsDaily
Untested software was allegedly installed on voting machines in 39 counties.
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Soccer-Playing Robot's Creators Release Software for Free
November 06, 2012, TechNewsDaily Staff
Its programming is available for free, but a fully assembled bot will cost labs about $26,000.
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Stunt Kite Surfing
'Kite Surfing' Helps Harness Wind Power
November 06, 2012, TechNewsDaily Staff
Kite surfing inspired a startup to figure out how to harness wind power almost anywhere.
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Internet Hoax Warns of Lost Obama Votes
November 06, 2012, by Ben Weitzenkorn, Staff Writer, Security, TechNewsDaily
Possibly deliberate confusion could lead to voting errors.
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Sample chunk of the self-healing concrete
Self-Healing Concrete Closes Cracks
November 06, 2012, TechNewsDaily Staff
Bacteria in the concrete make limestone when wet.
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Why You Should Set Your Instagram to 'Private'
November 06, 2012, by Leslie Meredith, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
All of your Instagram photos will soon be available on the Web, unless you change your profile to private.
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Eye Movement Control
Your Eyes Can Control Augmented Reality Glasses
November 06, 2012, TechNewsDaily Staff
Eye movement alone can control a new pair of augmented reality glasses that free up your hands.
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Nearly one third of credit card holders have been the victim of credit card fraud
Bogus Credit Card Charges Common, Survey Finds
November 06, 2012, Ned Smith, BusinessNewsDaily Senior Writer
Nearly one third of credit card holders have been the victim of credit card fraud
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Review: 'Assassin's Creed III' Tells a Revolution Story
November 06, 2012, Robert Workman, TechNewsDaily Gaming Contributor
Ubisoft's long-awaited sequel benefits from a new hero and setting – and lots of killing.
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Pirated Gay Porn Costs Man $1.5 Million
November 05, 2012, by Ben Weitzenkorn, Staff Writer, Security, TechNewsDaily
Lawsuit defendant done in by hidden customer code.
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Illustration of one flood-proofing idea for New York City
Three Ideas for a Flood-Resistant NYC
November 05, 2012, TechNewsDaily Staff
From some fuzzy ropes to a huge new sea wall
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Verizon Wireless Staffers Busted for Stealing Nude Photos
November 05, 2012, by Ben Weitzenkorn, Staff Writer, Security, TechNewsDaily
Customer photos stolen during in-store data transfer.
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Riot Games
Popular Game Fights Online Trolls with 'Honor' Rewards
November 05, 2012, TechNewsDaily Staff
The hugely popular game 'League of Legends' uses an 'Honor' system to discourage bad behavior.
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innovation, prosthetics
Man Climbs Skyscraper with Mind-Controlled Bionic Leg
November 05, 2012, TechNewsDaily Staff
The neural-controlled prosthetic leg, which weighs about 10 pounds, can read the wearer’s intentions.
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New Jersey's Email Vote May Be Recipe for Disaster
November 05, 2012, by Paul Wagenseil, Senior Editor, Security, TechNewsDaily
Online voting could attract hackers, cheats and lawyers.
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Anonymous Goes on Rampage for Guy Fawkes Day
November 05, 2012, by Ben Weitzenkorn, Staff Writer, Security, TechNewsDaily
Hacktivists take down several websites, plan to march on Parliament tonight.
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Military Night Vision Googles
Military Working on 'Super Vision' for US Soldiers
November 05, 2012, TechNewsDaily Staff
The U.S. military wants soldiers to have an all-in-one display that combines night vision with everything else.
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Military Uses DNA To Tackle Counterfeit Gear
November 05, 2012, Jesse Emspak, TechNewsDaily Contributor
Living things have DNA that makes them unique. Now electronics do too.
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New iPads Sink Used Tablet Prices
November 05, 2012, by Leslie Meredith, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
Trade-in prices have dropped by 30 percent since Apple announced new iPads, but holidays could push prices even lower.
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Universe's First Stars Seen by Space Telescope | Animation
November 01, 2012, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
Light from the first stars ever formed in the universe has been detected by studying observations of supermassive black holes' blazar jets by the Fermi Gamma-Ray Space Telescope.
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New Yorkers At Cosi Cafe After Sandy
New Yorkers Trek to Keep Gadgets Powered in Sandy’s Wake
October 31, 2012, Sean Captain, TechNewsDaily Managing Editor
Cafes, drugstores and car engines keep the keep New York tech online. Oh, and don't forget the surge protectors.
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After Sandy, 21st-Century Tech Meets the Past
October 30, 2012, by Sean Captain, TechNewsDaily Managing Editor
Laptop batteries held out for a while, as did cell service —and oil lamps.
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Roku Adds Universal Search to Streaming Service
October 30, 2012, by Leslie Meredith, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
At last, Roku solves the problem of searching Netflix, Hulu Plus, Amazon and others to determine what channel has a show you want to watch.
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Details of 1 Million Facebook Users Sold for $5
October 26, 2012, by Ben Weitzenkorn, Staff Writer, Security, TechNewsDaily
Facebook tells privacy advocate who bought data to zip it.
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