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Giant CO2 spheres invade NYC

The Big Apple may be on course to cut its carbon footprint by a third, but this video is an arresting illustration of the challenge.

By Dec. 4, 2012

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Google launches Views Web site for user-uploaded photo spheres

New community Web site lets users submit and browse images captured in the 360-degree panoramic format that Google launched last October.

By Jul. 30, 2013

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Chill your drink with perfect spheres

Spherical ice cube tray adds a fun twist to summer beverages.

By Jul. 29, 2009

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Smartphone powers Star Wars-inspired NASA robot

Miniature satellites resembling the flying robot that helped Luke Skywalker with his light saber training are now serving as mission control's eyes and ears aboard the International Space Station.

By Apr. 1, 2013

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Google now lets photographers create own Street View tours

The new feature takes the 360-degree panoramic photo spheres taken with Android smartphones or digital SLRs and links them together to create a custom virtual tour.

By Dec. 9, 2013

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Microsoft intends to bring Xbox Live to iOS, Android games

Revealed in a job listing and later confirmed by Microsoft, the Xbox maker now wants to make its Live social gaming service the pre-eminent platform on mobile.

By Mar. 3, 2014

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Return of the Start menu rumored for Windows

Microsoft may bring back the Start menu in the next update, Google adds new apps for Chromecast, and Apple's giving away free apps after Christmas.

By Dec. 10, 2013

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3D-printing with liquid metal at room temperature

A new method for printing 3D structures and wires from liquid metal opens up possibilities for flexible and stretchable electronic connections.

By Jul. 9, 2013

Editors' Take

Ricoh Theta

With a single (fast) shot, this camera takes full spherical images and, with some help from an app, lets you zoom, swipe, and rotate them.

By Sep. 5, 2013

MSRP: $399.99

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Motion-sensing, laser-laden sculpture is 'Fluidic' in the language of light

If the Kinect motion-tracking system impresses you, check out how a similar technology (plus a whole bunch of lasers and Ping-Pong balls) creates a sinuous interactive art experience.

By Apr. 12, 2013