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Facebook: Ceglia contract an 'outright fabrication'

Social-networking giant says forensic analysis of Ceglia's computers has turned up an "authentic contract" for another project that does not mention Facebook.

By Aug. 16, 2011

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Judge dismisses Ceglia lawsuit over ownership of Facebook

New York man claimed in a lawsuit against the social network and Mark Zuckerberg that he had a 2003 contract that entitled him to a half ownership in the company.

By Mar. 25, 2014

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Ford builds Mustang 1,000 feet up on the Empire State Building

To celebrate the Mustang's 50th anniversary, Ford recreates a challenging publicity stunt from 1965 by building a Mustang on the Empire State Building's observation deck.

By Apr. 16, 2014

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Wearable book lets readers feel the fiction

A project out of MIT called Sensory Fiction relays characters' emotions through networked sensors and actuators worn by the reader. Will future books be yet another wearable technology?

By Jan. 28, 2014

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Teeny tiny windmills could recharge phones

Researchers at UT Arlington have designed a microscopic windmill which, en masse, could be used to power mobile electronics.

By Jan. 13, 2014

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Micron completes $2 billion buy of chip supplier to Apple

Idaho-based Micron Technology immediately becomes one of the largest suppliers of mobile memory for popular products like the iPad and iPhone.

By Jul. 31, 2013

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Light vs heat: Fujitsu rebuilds server with silicon photonics

Using Intel's silicon photonics chips, Fujitsu demonstrates how fiber-optic links can replace copper wires to handle PCI Express data transfer. The result: a machine that's easier to keep cool.

By Nov. 6, 2013

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Weird, wonderful Sony ad: More water music than you can handle

In order to tell you its image sensors are refined using pure water, Sony creates a piece where Pachelbel's Canon is played entirely by drops of water.

By Oct. 21, 2013

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Researchers 3D-print a fully functional loudspeaker

A team from Cornell University has managed to 3D-print an entire speaker -- coils, magnets, and all.

By Dec. 17, 2013

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Lawsuit claims professor cut out of Square's original patent

The suit, filed by St. Louis professor Robert Morley, says he came up with the mobile payment company's basic concept and technology. The legal dispute has been going on for several years.

By Jan. 30, 2014