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peregrine

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Peregrine gaming controller: Smell the glove

The Peregrine gaming glove puts more than 30 keyboard shortcuts at your fingertips -- all over your hand, in fact

By January 13, 2010

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Peregrine glove for the touchy-feely gamer

Iron Will Innovations is a first-time CES exhibitor, and will be premiering its first consumer electronic product, The Peregrine.

By November 16, 2009

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As National Parks issue drone bans, some states fall in line

Park rangers say unmanned aerial vehicles have disturbed wildlife across the country's public lands and waterways, including the bighorn sheep of Zion, seals in Monterey Bay, and peregrine falcons in Yosemite.

By July 1, 2014

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Drone crashes into Yellowstone hot spring, defying park rules

Even though unmanned aerial vehicles are banned in national parks, a tourist manages to accidentally fly one into Yellowstone's famous Grand Prismatic Spring.

By August 7, 2014

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Drones grounded in Yosemite

The National Park Service bans the use of unmanned aerial vehicles in the park's confines, saying they disrupt the wilderness experience and interfere with emergency services.

By May 4, 2014

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Why the iPhone 6 isn't rocking a sapphire crystal display

CNET takes a look at the pros and cons of the superhard material, and why practical constraints kept it from appearing in Apple's latest smartphones.

By September 9, 2014

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Protecting America's birds of prey

At the World Center for Birds of Prey, in Boise, Idaho, a dedicated staff is working to help get California condors and aplomado falcons off the endangered species list. Which bird is next?

By July 28, 2009

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Skunk Works: 70 years of cutting-edge aircraft

In June 1943, Lockheed made a bold pitch to the U.S. Army that it could build a jet fighter, and build it fast. Since then, the Skunk Works has conjured up the U-2, the SR-71, the F-117, and more, and it's still going strong.

By June 23, 2013

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AirMouse lets you wear it like a glove

The wearable mouse works on wireless, uses an optical laser, runs a week on a single charge, and is said to be pretty fast and accurate as it functions by aligning itself with the ligaments of your hand and wrist.

By January 29, 2010

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Self-powering sensors to transmit data

Kansas State University researchers unveil data-collecting and -transmitting radio sensors that can self-power endlessly from solar cells.

By December 17, 2008