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Windows Phone 7 joins the platforms that use technology to find lost handsets, Amazon is offering their Prime shipping service free to students, NASA gives you a 3D tour of Mars, and robot spy planes are being prepped as future eyes in the sky.
It looks like Windows Phone 7 users will be able to use technology to find lost phones and wipe the data if needed. Will this make us even more absent-minded about where we put our phones?
Amazon is offering their Amazon Prime shipping service free to students. This is an $80 value, so if you qualify, you may want to jump on this.
NASA brings the result of three year's assembling high-res Mars photos to the web. This is your chance to check out the red planet in 3D without the six month trip to get there!
Boeing is developing a new unmanned aircraft called the Phantom Eye. It can stay airborne for four days while collecting intelligence data. Watch the skies, because they're watching you.
We've got great speakers lined up for OpenCamp. You can find all the details at www.openca.mp/
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Xbox One is being positioned as an integrated entertainment system - will it earn a place in your living room? http://t.co/SJzLxGcXfs
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Could you eat breaded goodies faster than this machine can make them? http://t.co/lQYQ5abFou
Need more cloud storage for photos? Flickr's giving you 1 TB free - http://t.co/mJU1ZTqtpX
Hydroponic gardening has been around for years, but now it's headed for restaurant kitchens! #LRSTech http://t.co/XGuzH9JiK1
How restaurants plan to keep you cool outside in the summer heat - http://t.co/bdyFqahw8V #LRSTech
We talked to @pdamico, the president of @Moes_HQ, about the future of the restaurants - http://t.co/w2OxXiPI1d #LRSTech