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Bring It On: Electronic Displays... In your SKIN?

I can't believe it either. Bonus: It checks your blood for disorders all the time.

Bring It On: Invisible Tanks!!!!!!!11

Oh. Now I'm getting hard:
In secret trials last week, the army said it had made a vehicle completely disappear and predicted an invisible tank would be ready for service by 2012. The new technology uses cameras and projectors to beam images of the surrounding landscape onto a tank. The result is that anyone looking in the direction of the vehicle only sees what is beyond it and not the tank itself. A soldier who was at the trials said, "This technology is incredible.

Bring It On! The Stand?

Oh boy!
American laboratories handling the world's deadliest germs and toxins have experienced more than 100 accidents and missing shipments since 2003, and the number is increasing steadily as more labs across the country are approved to do the work.

I'm Calling It Now

The iPhone will be result in an almost total destruction of Apple's core business (consumer, hand-held electronics) due to a combination of Apple's draconian demands that all interface with their products be proprietary and (more importantly) the decision to use a non-patented interface on the iPhone/new iPods.

Microsoft's Zune will defeat the iPod circa 2012.

Write that down.

Attention: English Major Type Dorks.

Bring It On: Talking Computers

Tea, Earl Grey, hot:
Instead of composing an e-mail on a PDA, says Leslie Spring, the company's chief technology officer, imagine instructing a handheld to "send an e-mail to Tom and tell him 'I'll be there in 10 minutes.'" Spring says that such a feature could be possible with the algorithms--based on 15 patents--that Cognitive Code has developed.
I can't wait until I can vocally instruct my phone to send Mike a picture of my ass.

Bring It On: ZOMBIES!!!!!

They say it causes nausea and headaches but we all know what these classic signs lead to:
A fireball fell from the sky and slammed into southern Peru over the weekend, creating a huge crater that emitted a sickeningly smelly gas, local authorities said. More than 600 villagers fell ill, the Peruvian radio network RPP reported Tuesday.

DM of the Rings

If you haven't seen this, go now and read the whole thing. It is amazing.

You gamers will appreciate it.

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