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Photographs show a prototype of a pen-sized personal computer system.*
Photograph shows a 1956 computer disk memory storage unit.
Video clip shows a mid-1960s imagining of what technology would be like in the year 1999.
Video clip reveals that a digital TV converter harbors a hidden camera and microphone.
Video clip shows the manufacture and detonation of a home-made "binary explosive."
Photograph shows a DeWalt-manufactured "rapid fire nail gun."
Map issued by Australian Radiation Services shows expected path of nuclear fallout across the western United States.
Video clip shows a wrench being duplicated by a 3D printer.
Video clip shows a man flying with human bird wings.
Video shows a levitating car developed by Volkswagen in China.
Photograph shows an insect spy drone that can take photographs and DNA samples.
Video clip documents the existence of a never-ending "Escherian Stairwell."
Photograph shows a "radioactive"-looking sinkhole in Philadelphia.
Image shows radioactive water seeping into the ocean from the Fukushima nuclear plant.
Video clip shows a car with color-changing "paramagnetic paint."
The Cicret bracelet and app can project your smartphone onto your arm.
Photograph shows a Chinese worker seated at a rack of cell phones, manipulating App Store rankings.
Video demonstrates how to charge your phone using body electricity.
A video shows a game of Tetris being played on a Canon calculator.
Samsung is stealing data and photographs from cell phone users via a secret chip implanted in their batteries.
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