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Meet FACE: The First Truly Facially Expressive Robot

Italian researchers create a facially expressive robot that can show anger, disgust, fear, happiness, sadness, and surprise.

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Swedish Scientists Print LEDs Onto Paper for Flat, Flexible Lighting

Swedish scientist print white LEDs onto paper and plastic to create sheets of light.

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MIT Develops an Energy-Harvesting Chip That You Can Shake and Bake

A pair of researchers from MIT develop a chip that pulls energy from light, vibrations, and heat at the same time.

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Finally: Indoor GPS System Uses Your Smartphone and Earth’s Magnetic Field

Finnish researchers develop a indoor GPS and mapping system that uses the Earth’s magnetic field and your smartphone.

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Man-to-Machine Brain Control Goes International With Robot Avatar Bodies

It's not quite 'Avatar,' but an international group of scientist successfully linked a man from Israel to robot avatar in France.

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Fat Thumb Recognizes Your Oversized Digits, Lets You Multitouch Zoom With One Finger

University of Calgary scientists find a way to replicate multitouch gestures using a single finger.

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Space-Age Dress Shirts Keep You Cool in the Summer, Warm in the Winter

A team of MIT grads and former space suit designers developed a space-age dress shirt that keeps you cool and odorless in the summer.

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Carnegie Mellon Develops a Retail Robot, Replaces Employees With Machines

Humanity is doomed: Researchers as Carnegie Mellon University built a retail robot that helps store employees and customers.

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A 4K Webcam for All Your Beyond-High-Definition Google Hangouts

Point Grey releases the world’s smallest 4K webcam that can capture super high-definition video in real time.

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Paint-On Lithium-Ion Batteries Put Your Walls to Good Use

Researchers at Rice University have developed a lithium-ion battery that can be painted on virtually any surface.

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This Cheating Robot Is Unbeatable at Rock-Paper-Scissors

Japanese researchers develop a rock-paper-scissors-playing robot that wins 100 percent of the time...by cheating.

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Lego Build Imports Your Online Lego Projects From Chrome Into Real Life

Lego teams up with Google to cover Australia and New Zealand with Lego creations from people like you.

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How Curiosity Rover Will Land on Mars in Seven Minutes

Ever wanted to know how NASA will land a car-sized robot on Mars? It's pretty complicated--and a little scary.

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Georgia Tech's Automated Road Repair System Fills in Pesky Cracks

Georgia Tech designs an automated robot that fixes road cracks on the go.

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Five Ways to Hack Your Video Game Controllers Into Something Awesome

Got a closet full of old game console gear? Here are five great ways to hack and reuse your old and new video game controllers.

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