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.
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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.