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3D printed faces from DNA code

Artist Creates Faces From DNA Left In Public

We leave DNA everywhere we go. From the strand of hair that drifted off our head taking a walk to the lick of saliva left on a glass at your favorite cafe. No matter where you go, your DNA was left somewhere at some point in time.
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Android Users Have a Cool Feature You May Not Know About

Android users have a cool feature built into their device that allows them to activate their flashlight by voice command. What makes this feature really cool is the voice commands are spells from Harry Potter!
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Horrifying demonstration of Halloween window projections

Scare Your Neighbors with Halloween Window Projections

Halloween is right around the corner and technology is opening the door for some amazing effects to scare up the 21st century. These window projections use effects like Ghost Maid from Dminorsound and Ghostly Apparitions Head of the House by AtmosFEARfx.
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Mimo Smart Baby Monitor

Mimo Smart Baby Monitor

The new Mimo Smart Baby Monitor is a great device for parents in the 21st century, offering insights on your baby's sleep activity, respiration, body position, and skin temperature, available on your iOS or Android device.
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Are We On the Brink of a Scientific Breakthrough with Human Teleportation?

"Beam me up, Scotty!"  A phrase that can be taken literally in the near future?  Dutch scientists have unlocked the secret to the sci-fi phenomenon of human teleportation, or so it seems.
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Google contact lens

Google invents smart contact lens for glucose measurement in tears

Google has invented a new smart contact lens that measures glucose levels in tears using a tiny wireless chip and miniature glucose sensor, a device that could potentially be incredibly useful for people with diabetes.  Prototypes are currently being tested to record readings once every second, with plans to research the ability of using the device to serve as an early warning signal.  Glucose levels in people with diabetes change so frequently, round-the-clock monitoring is required.  A device like this could be very useful and maybe even save lives.
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Tiny windmills could one day recharge mobile devices

This tiny windmill could one day charge a mobile device, according to electrical engineering profressor J.C. Chiao and research associate Smitha Rao at the University of Texas at Arlington.  The windmill is crafted using oragami techniques, folded into two-dimensionsial shapes, that measures at 1.8 millimeters in height and is constructed out of flexible nickel alloy.  The pair envisions smartphone cases embedded with hundreds of these windmills that could charge the phones when waved through the air or come in contact with wind of any kind.
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