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IBM Develops a Lithium-Air Battery With a 500-Mile Range for Electric Cars

IBM researchers develop a lithium-air battery that could store 1,000 times more energy than lithium-ion batteries and push electric cars 5 times farther than current batteries can.

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The Hubble Space Telescope Discovers the Farthest-Away Galaxies Ever Seen

Astronomers and the Hubble Telescope peer deep into space and spot the youngest galaxy formation observed after the Big Bang.

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After Silicon Chip Storage, Will We Use Salmon DNA?

A team scientists discover that salmon DNA can be used to create a data storage device.

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MakerBot Replicator 3D-Prints Everything Except 'Coffee, Black'

MakerBot Industries introduces its newest 3D-printing machine, the MakerBot Replicator, which lets you print in two colors and allows for larger creations.

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Notch’s Minicraft Now Ported to Android Devices

Minecraft creator Notch’s latest game, Minicraft, gets an unofficial port to Android with a new save system and cheats.

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Floppy Drives Play Daft Punk’s 'Derezzed' as Actual Chiptunes

Daft Punk’s retro chiptune-inspired 'Derezzed' gets played as actual chiptunes by a quintet of floppy disk drives.

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Giant Lego Machine Moves Balls Around an Insane, Amazing Course

This insanely complex and awesome Lego machine moves balls around course with a bulldozer, train, truck, ferris wheel, Pachinko, and many, many chutes. Rube Goldberg would be proud.

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Mineways Turns Your Minecraft World Into Real 3D-Printed Creations

Mineways is an open-source program that lets you turn your virtual Minecraft world into a real 3D-printed model.

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Retrode 2 Brings Retro SNES and Genesis Gaming to Your PC

Retrode 2 is a USB adapter for PCs and Macs that lets you play your Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis games with the original cartridges and controllers.

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Qbo Meets Qbo; Robot Flirtation Commences

The Corpra brings together two Qbo robots that can recognize each other, converse, and flirt.

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Photographer Replaces His DSLR’s Translucent Mirror With Saran Wrap

A Sony A55 user named Dario replaces his damaged translucent pellicle mirror with a home hacked one made of plastic food wrap--and it actually works!

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World’s Largest OLED HDTV Is Coming at CES 2012

LG announces the world’s largest OLED HDTV with a 55-inch screen that it says trumps LCDs and incorporates new affordable technology.

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Samsung Galaxy S and Galaxy Tab Might Get Ice Cream Sandwich After All

Samsung may reconsider bringing Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich to the Galaxy S and 7-inch Galaxy Tab, according to reports.

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University of Notre Dame Researchers Develop Solar Cell Paint

University of Notre Dame researchers develop paint-on solar cells that could replace solar panels in the future.

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Kinect Hacked to Weigh Astronauts in Space

A group of European Scientists hack a Kinect to measure weigh astronauts in space just by looking at them.

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