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  • Part Apollo, Part Boeing 787

    Officials at Lockheed Martin say the Orion crew vehicle, NASA’s Moon-bound successor to the space shuttle, will combine retro-1960s and cutting-edge aerospace technologies.


  • Swallowable Sensors

    An ingested wireless capsule that can help clinicians diagnose digestive disorders is ready for patients.


  • Nanotube Ink

    Printable carbon nanotube patterns could find uses in flexible displays and RFID tags.


  • Putting Patent Trolls on the Defensive

    Attorney Dan Ravicher is campaigning against overly broad software patents and the companies that use them to threaten or eliminate the competition.


  • Putting Pictures in Their Place

    The popular photo-sharing website Flickr has made it easy to place pictures on a map–potentially changing Web search, travel, and local news.

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  • Microsoft Moves into Robotics

    The software giant thinks it can make robotic engineering easier with a set of standards: its own of course.



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