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Levitating Super Conductors! What Sorcery Is This?

Tel-Aviv University demos floating "super cooled" superconductors that can hover, twist, and even do laps on a magnetic track.

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Researchers Sextuple Hard Drive Capacity With a Pinch of Salt

Singapore Scientists develop a new process for producing hard drives that could increase the storage capacity of hard drives by six times.

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Throw This Camera Ball to Take a 360-Degree Panorama

It's a camera! It's a ball! It's…both! German researchers come up with the Throwable Panoramic Ball Camera that can take a single, instantaneous 360-degree image.

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Moving a Robotic Arm With Just a Thought

A paralyzed man is able to reach out to his girlfriend for the first time in 7 years, thanks to a thought-controlled prosthetic arm system.

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CyanogenMod Alpha Comes to the TouchPad, Lets You Minecraft It Up

CyanogenMod’s latest alpha build for Android on the HP Touchpad adds Netflix streaming, Minecraft, and Skype calls.

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Adobe Gives a Sneak Peek of Photoshop Motion Blur Correction

Adobe shows off a Photoshop feature that can correct blurry images into crisp pictures at Adobe MAX 2011.

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This Lego Battlestar Is Six Feet Long!

Garry King builds a six-foot long, 52-pound Lego replica of Battlestar Galactica.

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Homeland Security Develops a 'Pre-Crime' Detecting Machine

The Department of Homeland Security creates a “pre-crime” detecting machine that can sense “mal-intent” from behavioral and psychological changes.

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Scientists Use Carbon Nanotubes to Create an Underwater Invisibility Cloak

University of Dallas scientists have found a way to create an underwater invisibility cloak from heated carbon nanotubes.

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NASA Discovers Northern Arctic Ozone Loss

NASA-led study reports of unprecedented depletion of the Earth’s ozone layer in the Northern Arctic region due to an unusually long and cold winter.

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Princeton’s 'Flying Carpet' Floats on Electricity

A Princeton graduate student creates a plastic "flying carpet" that floats and ripples through the air using electricity.

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Researchers Fashion Wearable Copper Wire Memory

NASA researchers weave a wearable resistive memory circuit out of copper wiring.

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Nerf Gun Gets Modded With an Antique Chair

Neil Taylor mods a ordinary Nerf gun into a steampunk masterpiece using an antique wood chair.

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Wall-Sized Game Boy Plays Mr. Game and Watch Using Arduino

Tobie Nortje wires together a massive wall-mounted GameBoy using a LED TV and giant buttons connected to an Arduino microcontroller.

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Scientists Read Minds (Sort of), Reconstruct Images From Brain Scans

University of California, Berkeley researchers recreate movie clips from a person’s brain scans.

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