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MIT Researchers send power two meters with no wires.
NASA engineers are using a new 3-D wireless scanner to inspect the space shuttle’s heat-insulation tiles for flaws.
Phone companies should consider the recent hack of the Apple iPhone a wake-up call for better mobile security.
Plazes lets you leave electronic bread crumbs for friends.
Musicians can now control sound effects for electric instruments by waving a hand.
Tiny devices that harness the energy from ambient vibrations could one day be used to power a variety of wireless sensors.
IBM wants to improve communication between cars, roads, and drivers.
Technology Review looks at the inner workings of the Nintendo Wii game console.
Researchers at MIT have created a revolutionary device that could remotely charge batteries and power household appliances.
A new keypad doubles text-messaging volume among mobile subscribers.