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A bowl that will keep you from burning your fingers, a view screen for that adventure camera, the data storage properties of bacteria, Google brings Street View technology into museums, and the first music video shot on a Nokia N8.
No need to burn yourself when getting that hot soup out of the microwave. The Cool Touch Bowl will keep you safe.
We're told that there's a limit to how much data can be stored magnetically in a given area. When that limit is hit, we'll be looking for something else to use as a storage medium. Maybe coding data into the DNA of bacteria will be the answer!
Street View is fantastic for giving you a "You Are There" sense of places all over the world. Now Google Art Project is bringing that technology into great museums.
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about 8 hours ago
A plan to bring Internet access to the whole world via high-flying balloons - that's Google's Project Loon - http://t.co/mT8yzX18R8
about 10 hours ago
Uh Oh - @johnpoz is playing with fire! If you ever wanted a recipe for spontaneous combustion, here it is... http://t.co/6U5UIUNsZ6
about 16 hours ago
Mac users - looking for a good wireless keyboard and trackpad combo? http://t.co/cbO3pQIdrP
4 days ago
What Google stands to gain in the Waze acquisition - http://t.co/l4wUqr9vBt
4 days ago
ChowNow is a service restaurants can use to get online menus in front of their customers, wherever they are! #LRSTech http://t.co/nN7i71wPqx
5 days ago
A set of solid earbuds that pack great sound for $80 - http://t.co/edfnAqOvDt