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Google Glass app could do remote diagnoses, save lives in remote areas

The Google Glass -- eyewear with computer capabilities -- could diagnose illness and save lives, especially in isolated locations, a U.S. researcher says.
Scientists fit sharks with 'flight data recorders' in ocean study

Scientists fit sharks with 'flight data recorders' in ocean study

Instruments strapped onto and ingested by sharks show how the feared but largely misunderstood ocean predators swim, eat and live, U.S. researchers say.
Google to offer Lego-like modular phone in 2015

Google to offer Lego-like modular phone in 2015

U.S. tech giant Google has announced it plans to offer $50 customizable modular phones -- that users can modify themselves -- by early next year.
Russian phone maker unveils second-generation dual-screen smartphone

Russian phone maker unveils second-generation dual-screen smartphone

Russian smartphone maker Yota Devices has revealed its latest e-ink display equipped YotaPhone at the Mobile World Congress 2014 in Barcelona, Spain.
India unveils its own astronaut crew capsule, plans test launch

India unveils its own astronaut crew capsule, plans test launch

India, hoping to become the fourth nation to send humans into space, has unveiled a key element in the effort, an indigenously manufactured astronaut capsule.

App could turn smartphone into emergency locator beacon

An app that turns a smartphone into an emergency transmitter could help rescuers locate people trapped in collapsed buildings, German researchers say.
Study suggests massive offshore wind farms could tame hurricane winds

Study suggests massive offshore wind farms could tame hurricane winds

Offshore wind farms with thousands of turbines could lessen hurricane winds and storm surges and possibly prevent billions in damages, a U.S. researcher says.

Cyberespionage 'chilling,' Navi Pillay says

U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay said Wednesday from Switzerland new communications technology could have "chilling" uses.

Scotland aims to lead world in marine power

Scottish Energy Minister Fergus Ewing said Wednesday his country aims to be among the world leaders in developing emerging marine power technology.

Ailing German PV panel maker SolarWorld completes restructuring

Ailing German solar panel manufacturer SolarWorld AG completed a financial restructuring this week as prospects for foreign demand seemed to be brightening.

Draft says Japan may allow arms exports to secure sea lanes

A Japanese government draft proposes allowing exports of arms and technology if they help enhance the country's security.
NASA, California in partnership to respond to ongoing drought

NASA, California in partnership to respond to ongoing drought

NASA says it is partnering with California to develop technologies to better manage and monitor the state's water resources and respond to its ongoing drought.

Computer scientists demonstrate 'contagious' airborne WiFi virus

British scientists have demonstrated a "contagious" airborne WiFi virus that can infect WiFi networks as efficiently as the common cold spreads between humans.

Study looks at possibility of election voting via smartphone

Electronic voting based on smartphones could be incorporated into the current large-scale election process and lead to fewer errors, U.S. researchers say.

Gyrus software aims to foil malware

U.S. researchers say they've developed software to prevent malware from sending spam emails and instant messages or making unauthorized money transfers.

Better DNA technology helps Florida police solve 23-year-old murder

The murder of a 20-year-old south Florida woman 23 years ago has finally been solved because of improvements in DNA technology and procedures, police say.

Minnesota bank group sues Target over massive data breach

A group of First Farmer & Merchants banks in Minnesota have filed suit against Target Corp. over its role in the holiday season data breach, court papers say.

German parent of T-Mobile to offer encryption app for voice, text

Deutsche Telekom, the German parent company of mobile carrier T-Mobile, says it's releasing a new app for users that encrypts voice and text messages.

Intel close to deal with Samsung to provide chips for Galaxy S5 models

U.S. chip maker Intel, which doesn't have much presence in the mobile market, says it is close to a deal to provide LTE chips for some Samsung Galaxy S5 phones.
Nokia goes with Android for phones for developing markets

Nokia goes with Android for phones for developing markets

Nokia unveiled its first low-end, Android-powered smartphone, targeted at developing markets globally, at the Mobile World Congress in Spain.
Samsung debuts Galaxy S5, touts bigger display, fingerprint security

Samsung debuts Galaxy S5, touts bigger display, fingerprint security

Samsung unveiled its Galaxy S5 smartphone in Spain, publicizing faster data connections, bigger display, improved camera and a built-in fingerprint sensor.
Samsung's Galaxy S5, a 'must-want' phone of the year?

Samsung's Galaxy S5, a 'must-want' phone of the year?

Smartphone companies can live or die based on the sales success, or lack of it, of their "flagship" phone -- as HTC found to its cost when the HTC One wowed reviewers but under-wowed consumers -- so all eyes will be on Barcelona in Spain when Samsung unveils it Galaxy S5 this week.
JIM ALGAR, United Press International

French company developing flying car

A French company is working to build a prototype flying car that would allow drivers to soar nearly 10,000 feet above the Earth, officials said.

Apple releases patch for security gap

Apple's release of the iOS 7.0.6 was rushed to give hardware owners protection against vulnerability to intercepted communications, ZDnet reported Saturday.

Apple founder Steve Jobs up for commemorative postage stamp

The face of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs may be before the public next year, appearing on a commemorative U.S. postage stamp, the Washington Post reported.
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