Carnegie mellon university

06.30.12
Carnegie Mellon researchers develop robot that takes inventory, helps you find aisle four
06.30.12

Carnegie Mellon researchers develop robot that takes inventory, helps you find aisle four

Fed up with wandering through supermarket aisles in an effort to cross that last item off your sho...

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05.11.12
New shear touch technology lets you skip a double-tap, push your device around (video)
05.11.12

New shear touch technology lets you skip a double-tap, push your device around (video)

Most every touchscreen in the market today can only register your finger input as coordinates; tha...

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01.21.12
Google Sky Map boldly explores open source galaxy
01.21.12

Google Sky Map boldly explores open source galaxy

Via its Research Blog, Google has announced the donation of the Sky Map project to the open source...

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09.10.11
Carnegie Mellon robot jumps up, jumps up and glides down (video)
09.10.11

Carnegie Mellon robot jumps up, jumps up and glides down (video)

We can handle the imaginary terror of UFOs and nightmarish, flying mammals. But, robots that can...

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08.04.11
Intel places $30 million bet on the cloud, opens two new labs at Carnegie Mellon
08.04.11

Intel places $30 million bet on the cloud, opens two new labs at Carnegie Mellon

Have you nerds heard? The cloud is the word, and Intel's ready to put its bank account where the...

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08.01.11
Carnegie Mellon researchers use photo-tagging to violate privacy, prove nothing social is sacred
08.01.11

Carnegie Mellon researchers use photo-tagging to violate privacy, prove nothing social is sacred

Some people never forget a face and the same, it seems, can be said for the internet. With some o...

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07.23.11
Google acquires PittPatt, wants to know you on a face-to-face basis
07.23.11

Google acquires PittPatt, wants to know you on a face-to-face basis

Google's quietly pitter-pattering its acquisitive ways back into the controversial realm of facia...

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06.21.11
Carnegie Mellon researchers develop world's smallest biological fuel cell
06.21.11

Carnegie Mellon researchers develop world's smallest biological fuel cell

Cars and other vehicles may be the first thing that springs to mind at the mention of fuel cells, bu...

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04.26.11
Vibratron plays impossible music with ball bearings, is your new master (video)
04.26.11

Vibratron plays impossible music with ball bearings, is your new master (video)

First they came for Jeopardy!, then they came for our vibraphones. We still own baseball, but t...

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