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Air Camera + lets you stream your iDevice camera to you AppleTV

Here’s something a little different: Air Camera + (US$2.99) is a streaming app that captures the video and audio from your iPhone or iPad and streams it to your AppleTV.

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Answer: Don’t Be Stupid game impractically expects just that

Answer: Don’t Be Stupid is a game that makes you feel ever so slightly, well, stupid. That’s because it’s based off of simple math problems most of us learned in

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Gear up to go racing with Tracktivity

If you are an auto racing fan or an enthusiast who likes to me more involved that just watching races, you should check out Tracktivity. This free universal app runs

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Mophie announces Juice Pack battery case for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus

Mophie is finally bringing its Juice Pack battery cases to iPhone 6 and 6 Plus users. Today the company launched pre-orders for the latest editions of the popular cases with

Nanotechnology Robotics

NANOTECHNOLOGY ‘Gecko Tech’ Lets Humans Climb Like Spider-Man

An operator climbed 25 feet vertically on a glass surface using no climbing equipment other than a pair of hand-held, gecko-inspired paddles. The climber wore, but did not require, the

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Battery Yarn Could Knit Power Into Fabrics

The battery yarn is as flexible as any other woven material. best way to sell electric cars . Should automakers be boasting of their environmental credentials? Or should they talk


Nanobubbles Burst Cancer Cells

Four tools are used in the destruction of the cancer cells: gold nanoparticles, laser pulses, X rays and chemotherapy drugs. In the popular “Deus Ex” video game series, nanotechnology can


‘Fly-Eyes’ Could Reduce Glass Fogging

Fly eyes see perfectly fine in moist environments. Gray Squirrel Tactics Inspire Deceptive Robot.   An anti-fog coating modeled on the nano-structure of a fly eye could one day be

Nanotechnology Robotics

Cyborg Beetles Sport Nerve-Gas Sensors

All-carbon devices made from nanotubes and graphene can be attached to a wide variety of surfaces, including plants, insects, paper, clothes, and human skin. Science fiction books, novels and television


World’s Smallest Image ‘Nano-Chiseled’ from Polymer

That patterning method used a heated silicon probe to evaporate the material in the substrate, leaving behind the desired pattern in 3D. In the popular “Deus Ex” video game series,