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InfoMotion Sports Technologies have outfitted a basketball with a 5 gram circuit board to analyze players' weaknesses and strengths.
Pico projectors, the pocketable wonders of the presentation world, are great, but not always that bright. But here's a new concept that promises you can leave the lights on.
Imagine walking into a store and seeing a holographic display of their wares. The Holocube promises that experience.
McDonald's and Visa are rolling out Near Field Communication payment systems to all 1200 UK restaurants.
Meanwhile the U.S. begins to catch up with Europe on paying by smartphone. Starbucks is now accepting payment through their app for the fancy beverage of your choice.
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