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It's not often we see a meat grinder hooked to a PC, but Russian cutting-edge often means oddball high-tech and muscle power combos. (Also see the Blue Space leg-powered submarine). Invented by...

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A new worm is spreading that's got eyes and ears. Upon infecting your PC the Rbot-GR worm goes straight for webcams and microphones, meaning that if your setup is infected and your webcam is plugged...

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After inventor John LeBourgeois read of New York City police killing unarmed Amadou Diallo with 41 bullets, he decided it was about time to create a less-than-lethal weapon that officers could use. ...

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You probably held your first cellphone like it was a tiny, precious baby. But now you're on, like, your fifth phone and drop-kicking it just for laughs. Nokia picked up on your mounting abuse last y...

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We haven't gotten around to watching too much of the Athens Olympics but when we have watched we've been pausing the TiVo frequently to try and catch what technology they're using to time eve...

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Remember dittoes? In schools across the country, there isn't much in the way of "take one, pass it down" anymore. Paper and pen are being upgraded to mouse and keyboard. Classrooms full of co...

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We expected Intel to be interested in materials science, but anthropology? Apparently an anthropologist working for the semiconductor giant is putting the finishing touches on a three-year st...

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That old HP inkjet we used to use for college essays may soon go on to loftier achievements—like saving the lives of burn victims. Researchers at Wake Forest, Clemson Universities, and the...

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Relying on DNA's ability to hold a vast amount of information in miniscule, molecular codes, Korean scientists have created the world's first Nano-DNA Barcode System (NDBS). Suspended in a DNA-frien...

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After taking a look at their puffy aluminum designs for 2005, it's no surprise Nissan invested big bucks in a new-fangled design review room for checking out their prototypes. The centerpiece o...

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