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Disguise Your iPhone as the First Macintosh With These Retro Cases

Schreer Delights’ line of retro cases makes your iPhone look like the original Macintosh, the first iPod, or PowerPC Macs.

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PlayStation Vita UMD Passport Program Is Not Coming To North America

Sony has confirmed that North American PlayStation Vita owners will not be able to take part in the UMD Passport Program, which allows Vita owners to purchase digital versions of PSP games they already own at a discounted price.

Samsung’s Next OLED Displays to Feature Tough Lotus Glass

Samsung and Gorilla Glass maker Corning team up to bring the new Lotus Glass to future Samsung OLED and AMOLED displays.

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See How Silk Is Milked From a Spider

Paul Lazzaro shares how he does his job milking black widow spiders for their silk.

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Yale Discovers a Fungus That Eats Plastic

Yale scientists discover a new species of fungus that eats polyurethane and could help clear our garbage landfills of plastic.

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'Cat Life: ChatChat', The Cat MMO

'VVVVVV' creator Terry Cavanagh releases a new MMO all about meowing and napping as a cat.

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Coming Soon: Augmented Reality Goggles for Crime Scene Investigations

Dutch scientists develop a set of augmented reality goggles to help the police in crime scene investigations.

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This 5.4-Megapixel Micro-Display Is the Future of Electronic Viewfinders

MicroOLED develops a 5.4-megapixel, 2560 by 2048-pixel resolution 0.61-inch display that could be used in cameras as an electronic-viewfinder.

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Sony's New Backlit CMOS Camera Phone Sensor Can Shoot HDR Movies

Sony shrinks back-illuminated CMOS technology into camera phone-sized sensors that can shoot in low-light and take HDR movies.

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Scientists Use Freaking Lasers to Cool Superconductors

Scientists discover a way to use lasers to cool a superconductor’s temperature all the way down to -269 degrees Celsius.

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HyruleCraft Is a Complete Minecraft Re-creation of 'Ocarina of Time'

It's a game within a game--sorta: GenGAME makes a massive Minecraft re-creation of The Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time.

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Researchers Plan to Make a Robot With Touchy-Feely Skin

Canadian researchers aim to build a more human-like robot with an expressive face and artificial skin that can sense touch.

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This 35-Foot-Long Film Camera Makes Two-Story-Tall Photos

Photographer Dennis Manarchy builds a 35-foot-long film camera to take 6-foot-tall negatives that eventually become two-story-tall prints.

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Meet Nissan’s Self-Healing, Scratch Shield iPhone Case

Nissan brings its Scratch Shield paint used on cars to iPhone cases that can self-heal scratches within an hour.

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Telescopes Team Up to Give Us Our First Real Look at a Black Hole

Scientists and telescopes around the world team up to take the first-ever photo of a black hole.

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