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New Computer Knows When You Flip It The Bird

Gesture based computing has a wide range of applications, just be careful or you may offend the hard drive.

Duke Researchers Make Light From Sunburn and Diaper Rash Cream

Common hosehold items create ultra white light according to Duke researchers.

Long Range RFID's Coming to an Epidermis Near You

RFID chips, like the ones you find in a lost pet, may not be used on humans.

Smart Bikes Come To Denmark

Smart bikes come to Denmark in order to help better manage traffic and make information sharing easier.

Rolling Grasshopper Robot Is New Breed Of Robot

If you want to see a robot that jumps like a cricket and roll at the same time then this is the bot for you.

Hate Missing Great Videos? Better Video Tagging Coming Soon

Video sharing sites like You Tube could get a major boost to the effeciency of their searches with a new crawl helper tool.

Singapore to Host Brain Based Computing Technologies

A*STAR's SIGGRAPH grapics conference is to host brain based computing methods.

Turn an iPod into an iPhone

Turn your iPod touch into a VOIP phone with Truphone.

The Flying Car Comes to Market

The first car that you can fly has made its way to the market. For 194,000 dollars it can be yours by 2010.

Will Cuil Fail?

Can a new search engine make it out in the crowded web world. Some Google Ex-patriots are trying to find out.

New iPhone's Mobile Me

On July 11th, the New iPhone will come out, courtesy of Apple and AT&T. The question is, can the new iPhone help you hack your life and make things easier for you?

Stroke Foam

Aneurysms, or the buildup in pressure of blood in one spot of a vein in the brain ,is a leading cause of strokes, with more than 30,000 cases being diagnosed every year, on average. Treatment of this condition has been limited, but a recent break though may change all that.

Stem Cell Powder Re-grows Limbs

The McGowan Institute of Regenerative Medicine at The University of Pittsburgh and the Brook Army Medical Center are trying to make at least one of the tales of science fiction a reality for modern soldiers who have lost a part of their body in service to their country.