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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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Amazon's Bezos: We're Closer to Delivery by Drone
CEO Jeff Bezos says the company is already flight-testing late-generation aerial vehicles that one day will fly packages to your home.
TinkerBots Wants to Help Kids Make Robots That Learn
TinkerBots is one of a bunch of new smart toys that challenge kids (or adults, too) to think creatively and build systems that actually do something.
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High-Tech Tools Help Zero In on Missing Jet Crash Site
The fleet of pinger-locators and automated submarines is getting closer to identifying the remains of missing flight MH 370.
Richard Eldridge / 711 Human Performance Wing, U.S. Air Force
BATMAN Tests Google Glass for the U.S. Military
Hopefully the Joker hasn't offended the U.S. Air Force lately.
Plane Set to Fly Around World Without a Drop of Fuel
The Swiss team that flew a solar-powered airplane across America unveiled the even bigger plane that they plan to take around the world.
Award-Winning Invention Gives Boston Victims Hope
A graduate student from Sierra Leone was honored Wednesday for his work on a socket that makes prosthetic limbs more comfortable and functional for amputees.
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Downsize the Power Grid, Researchers Say
Simulations of the nation's electrical power grid suggest that smaller regional grids would reduce the likelihood of severe outages.
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