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05.23.12
Autocar takes Gordon Murray's T.25 and T.27 city cars for a spin, gives us its impressions
05.23.12

Autocar takes Gordon Murray's T.25 and T.27 city cars for a spin, gives us its impressions

When he isn't tinkering around with McLaren F1 supercars and Batmobiles, Gordon Murray is working...

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05.22.12
Cheap £149 PC and broadband bundle gives the UK something to smile about
05.22.12

Cheap £149 PC and broadband bundle gives the UK something to smile about

Charitable entrepreneur Martha Lane Fox has teamed up with Microsoft, TalkTalk, and Simplify Digi...

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05.17.12
Forthcoming 4G networks could interfere with TV in 10 percent of UK homes
05.17.12

Forthcoming 4G networks could interfere with TV in 10 percent of UK homes

If you live in the UK and a 4G wireless tower is going up right next to your house, you might want...

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05.17.12
Gmail and iPhone alums create Electric Imp, connect your toaster to the web
05.17.12

Gmail and iPhone alums create Electric Imp, connect your toaster to the web

Have you ever wanted to preheat your oven while on the way home from work, or start your sprinkler...

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05.16.12
Russian researchers build partial android for bizarre mind-transfer project (video)
05.16.12

Russian researchers build partial android for bizarre mind-transfer project (video)

A Team of Russian researchers are building a conceptual mind-transfer android, and we're definitel...

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05.15.12
RIM patent proposes battery-charging cellphone holster
05.15.12

RIM patent proposes battery-charging cellphone holster

Even after the many announcements at this year's BlackBerry World Conference, Waterloo is keeping...

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05.15.12
Panasonic preps samples of next-gen ReRAM devices, NAND preps for early retirement
05.15.12

Panasonic preps samples of next-gen ReRAM devices, NAND preps for early retirement

The Galaxy S III may rock an impressive battery life, but if Panasonic has its way, even greater b...

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05.15.12
Subretinal implant uses light instead of batteries, shows promise in initial testing
05.15.12

Subretinal implant uses light instead of batteries, shows promise in initial testing

There's been significant progress in bringing sight to the blind in recent years, and this looks s...

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05.11.12
FreedomPop Sleeve wants to spread 'free' WiMAX love in the form of a $99 iPhone case
05.11.12

FreedomPop Sleeve wants to spread 'free' WiMAX love in the form of a $99 iPhone case

Life, Liberty and the pursuit of free WiMAX? According to FreedomPop, yeah, that seems to be the d...

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