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droplets

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Droplet smart sprinkler takes aim at your plants

The Droplet sprinkler takes accurate aim at individual plants and positions itself to be the Roomba of the watering world.

By March 24, 2014

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Physics whizzes create 'black hole' to stop urinal splash-back

Aiming to keep khakis clean of urine droplets, a team of researchers turn to moss to develop an insert that will grab more pee.

By November 30, 2015

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Chemistry in Ultra HD shows science like you've never seen it

Discover dancing fluorescent droplets, crystal gardens and watery clouds of chemicals in this new video compilation from BeautifulChemistry.net.

By October 6, 2014

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Amazon, Apple, others sued by Droplets for Web tech

Software company Droplets has filed a lawsuit against Amazon, Apple, Google, and others for infringing on its patented Web technology. The company is looking to claim damages and strike royalty deals.

By September 12, 2011

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Meet the breathtaking Kinetic Rain sculpture

Located at Singapore's Changi airport and made up of 608 bronze droplets, the piece reshapes itself into various three-dimensional forms.

By July 6, 2012

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A 3D display made of droplets

BMW is meshing your iPhone with its in-dash software, Facebook gets Outlook integration, and an experimental 3D display is created with water.

By July 13, 2010

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A 3D display made of droplets

BMW is meshing your iPhone with its in-dash software, Facebook gets Outlook integration, and an experimental 3D display is created with water.

By July 13, 2010

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Unmanned robot to troll Gulf oil spill for data

iRobot says its Seaglider, an unmanned underwater vehicle, will be used to track the presence of oil droplets from the BP oil spill in the deep waters of the Gulf of Mexico.

By May 25, 2010

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Bandai's 'Aqua Dance' holds water

Gizmo claims to utilize nanotech coating that imbues water droplets with mercury-like qualities.

By February 25, 2009

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Inherent insecurity

Droplets founder Philip Brittan says blaming Microsoft is a poor substitute for explaining what's really behind the cybersecurity mess.

December 10, 2003