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Bluetooth signals are very similar to the wireless signals used in WiFi devices, radio and television broadcasts and mobile phones. These signals are transmitted by electromagnetic radiation, the very same phenomenon that produces light that you can see.

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Google, Facebook, Wikipedia, Twitter, YouTube ... can you imagine a world without access to the internet? Mobile phones, BlackBerries, laptops, iPads and iPhones ... what about a world without instant access to the Internet everywhere?

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More than 884 million people around the world don’t have regular access to clean drinking water. And when natural disasters, like floods, earthquakes or tsunamis, strike, thousands more people can’t get clean,safe water.

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How could a sprinter with no legs possibly have an advantage over an able-bodied athlete?

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If you've been paying attention to the latest ads for TVs, you may have heard about a new type of TV using LED technology. So, what's the difference between an LED TV and an LCD TV?

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If you’ve been watching the 2010 World Cup you’ve probably caught wind of a few controversies, most notable of which is the telecasting grief caused by South Africa’s now infamous instrument, the vuvuzela. But have you heard about the Jabulani hullabaloo?

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"Toning shoes",the new craze, claim to tone your muscles by keeping you unbalanced and in acontinual state of (almost!) falling. So how do they work?

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Nanotechnology involves the construction of functional materials at the molecular/atomic scale, and it overlaps a variety of disciplines including engineering, chemistry, physics and biology.

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It’s like your own little spy robot. WowWee™ took your run-of-the-mill immobile computer mounted webcam and went a giant step further. Rovio™ is a nifty little mobile robot webcam that you can control from virtually anywhere.

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Here are some techniques currently use and some which might be used in the future in order to recycle plastics.

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