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How About Futuristic Teeth With Wireless Decay Sensors?

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Princeton University researcher Michael McAlpine has developed a technique wherein a graphene sensor can be attached to a human tooth, detecting bacteria in the area and sending that single to a wireless receiver.

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Bringing buoys to the space age

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Tablets, cars, computers, pretty much everything is being hit by a wave of technological advances, so why not buoys?  That is exactly what Tae Hoon Lee and Sung Yong Kim thought when they designed their new Hybrid Energy Buoy. The design of the buoy itself looks like it came to Earth in search of intelligent life.

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High-tech USB “SmartBadge” from Apacer shown at Computex

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Computex Taipei is home to a lot of new technology, it's got it all - small components for manufacturers, and final consumer products ready to hit Best Buy shelves. Somewhere in between is the SmartBadget USB drive from Apacer Technology, but this is no ordinary drive. The handy little creation won an iF 2010 award, taking home a Design and Innovation Award at this show.

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Video: Apple iPhone 4G to Feature RFID-Based NFC

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Your ads will be inserted here byEasy Plugin for AdSense.Please go to the plugin admin page toPaste your ad code OR Suppress this ad slot. The first Apple iPhone introduced us to the platform and brought touchscreen handsets to the forefront. The iPhone 3G stepped it up with the App Store and the iPhone 3GS made things faster. What can ...

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