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When we first read about Deep Shot, we were admittedly dumbfounded, but equally impressed. The \"technology\" allows you to \"capture\" the current state of a website on your desktop and transfer it to a mobile device -- taking a picture of a Google Map on your desktop with your smartphone camera will

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Researchers at MIT reckon they've struck oil. In fact, you're looking at what they call \"Cambridge crude\" -- a substance that could halve the weight and cost of EV batteries and make them quicker to charge too. The black goo is packed with a high concentration of energy in the form of particles s

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What do you get when you get when you combine a fan and a scooter? If you said \"Scooterfan,\" you should be ashamed. Really ashamed. The correct answer, clearly, is Fanscooter, the latest project from fighting robot builder / MIT engineering student Charles Guan, the guy who brought the world the

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Okay, sure, ideally your entire roof would be comprised of solar tiles that would meet your entire house's energy demands and would also water your lawn and clean your gutters while they were up there. But, despite pledges of \"affordability\" something tells us it'll be awhile before your roof start

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Even though they may have somewhat of a geeky reputation, MIT students party just as hard as the white hatters at your local state school, and probably graduate in larger percentages to boot. It should be no surprise, then, that a couple of dorm-dwelling party animals at the university decided to u

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