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A new GAO report recommends the USAF rethink the way it staffs its remotely controlled aircraft.
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Wave Your Money Bye: Pay With Your Hand at Checkout
NBC’s Keir Simmons reports on new technology being developed at Lund University in Sweden that lets you pay for items with a simple scan of your palm print.
Where's My Flying Car? Survey Sizes Up the Future
A newly published survey suggests that Americans expect the next 50 years to bring innovations of science-fiction proportions.
Google Adds SLR-Like Lens Blur To New Camera App
Another feature once only found in expensive SLR cameras is making its way to smartphones: background blur caused by wide-aperture lenses.
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'Zero-Emission' Engine Gets Ready for Prime Time
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Unlike plug-in electrics, hydrogen-powered cars have same range as those running on gasoline and can be refueled quickly. However, they're not cheap.
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High-Tech Farmer Deploys Drone to Spray Crops
Chinese farm using unmanned vehicle to deliver pesticide.
Google Applies for Patent on Contact Lens Camera
A few months ago Google was looking to patent a glucose sensor in a contact lens — now it wants to integrate a full-on camera.
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5 Reasons Graphene Will Change Gadgets Forever
The tech industry is buzzing over the potential of graphene, the strongest, slimmest and most malleable material in known existence.
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