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Week in pictures: Le tour de tech

roundup Lance Armstrong takes a high-tech trek and the military unveils a "less lethal" weapon. Also: Robots kick it up.

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Lance Armstrong takes a high-tech trek and the military unveils a "less lethal" weapon. Also: Robots kick it up and giddyap.

Trek TTX

Lance Armstrong knows that it takes more than pedaling alone to win his seventh Tour de France cycling crown.
July 21, 2005

Researchers cook up microwave weapon

The military's Active Denial Technology uses a millimeter wave beam to replace bullets with "less lethal" heat.
July 20, 2005

University of Michigan team

Inclement conditions cast a cloud over constellation of solar cars out for a 2,500-mile "rayce."
July 22, 2005

Block that kick!

Robots take to the field for five-day RoboCup 2005 competition.
July 19, 2005

Robot riders

This is no mechanical bull. In the Persian Gulf states, robots are bumping human jockeys out of the saddle.
July 19, 2005

As the Orbiter spins

Lockheed Martin workers begin securing the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter onto the spin balance machine for testing.
July 21, 2005

E-paper

Hitachi displays the world's largest electronic paper at the company's high-tech exhibition in Tokyo.
July 21, 2005

U-Scan Shopper

Fujitsu has developed a wireless, shopping cart-mounted computer featuring scan-as-you-shop technology.
July 21, 2005

Harry Potter mania

Fans gather at a bookstore in San Francisco to celebrate the launch of "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince."
July 20, 2005

Working out their tensions

Meditation may be just what the doctor ordered to help Bangalore's software professionals deal with work demands.
July 18, 2005
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