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Solid-State Incandescent Light Emitting Device
Break down a dielectric in a silicon device and it will emit light much like an incandescent filament
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Unbreakable memories
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Star Trek memory crystals?
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Not your grandma's windmill...
High-altitude wind contains enough energy to power the planet. A Boston start-up wants to be the first to bring it down to Earth. 
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The Space Mining Bill ?!
Tomorrow's Congressional hearing will discuss the exploitation of a new frontier
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Imagine the same lawlessness and unbridled greed of "Hell On Wheels" set in the asteroid belt. Who will be the robber barons of the Age of Space Expansion?
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Robotics to displace more jobs than it creates by 2025.
Experts envision automation and intelligent digital agents permeating vast areas of our work and personal lives by 2025, but they are divided on whether these advances will displace more jobs than they create.
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Displacing jobs I'm not too happy about that but we have to know we have to learn we have to get are ourselves marketable.
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New algorithms and electronic components could enable printable robots that self-assemble when heated.
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Its an interesting concept, but without moving parts or computational capabilities, can it really be called a robot?

I think it is much more like a shrinky-dink than a robot.
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New Star Trek inspired tech...
It's not science fiction anymore. It's a real, working tricorder straight out of Star Trek
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Why electric cars failed in the first place... Blame it on Ford.
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Should more companies adventure into mining asteroids?
Writing about asteroid mining in The Wall Street Journal, K. Dean Larson writes that once property rights are established, space-based free enterprise can take off.
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Yes.
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The first round of observations proved to be overly optimistic; and this highlights how wrong it can be to go out and find observations that match a pet theory and declare victory. 

We will find exoplanets, but the wobbly Doppler searches of this generations of scopes leave a lot of room for error. 
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Meet The Microscopic Light Bulb - IEEE Spectrum
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I’m not crazy (but I did buy a $450 HOTAS Warthog joystick)
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Review: It's everything you want in a joystick and throttle—but is it worth the cash?

2 Companies Will Take Americans to Space Station
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The companies won the competition to begin flights as early as 2017.

Who Owns Asteroid Rights?
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Today, the average size of a webpage is 1.7MB—1MB from images—but change is afoot.

AI, Robotics, and the Future of Jobs
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Above LA
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A fast look at Swift, Apple’s new programming language
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For better or worse, Apple's new language lets you do things your way.

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EF7 - New Platforms, New Data Stores - Blog - Site Home - MSDN Blogs
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At TechEd North America we were excited to announce our plans for EF7, and even demo some very early features. This post will cover the anno