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Amazon Pushes For Kindle Adaptation In U.S. Schools
Amazon introduces software that allows remote managing of Kindle tablets and e-readers.
Israeli Inventor Puts Together Fully Functioning Cardboard Bicycle
The greenest vehicle known to man goes even greener.
Smell-Sending Smartphone App
The rapidly growing smartphone technology officially conquers another sense.
US Drone Hijacked In Mid-Air By Students
A team of students have successfully hacked a surveillance drone mid-air on a dare from the Department of Homeland Security.
Chinese Company Building World's Tallest Structure In 3 Months
A new Shanghai skyscraper will be 10m taller than Dubai's Burj Khalifa and take only a fraction of the time to complete.
New Device Translates Sign Language Into Speech
University of Houston's MyVoice attempts to make sign language accessible to all.
Boeing's Hydrogen Powered Drone Makes First Flight
A surveillance drone that will eventually fly for four days at a time has managed to take off and land on its own.
Flying Drone Charges Devices Wirelessly
University of Nebraska's new charging drone is something that smartphone manufacturers and carriers, among a plethora of other organizations, should pay close attention to.
SpotterRF's Anti-Ambush Backpack Radar
SpotterRF comes out with a man-portable radar that can detect ambushes and save lives.
ZeroN - MIT's Revolutionary Computer Interface
MIT's ZeroN is a magnetically levitated metal ball that can be used as a 3D mouse, a 3D camera and more.
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