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Google's Projects Jacquard and Soli Make Fabric That's Interactive

Google's new Advanced Technology and Projects group efforts aim to make wearables that are kind of like touch screens.
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Beauty Is Only (3-D Printed) Skin Deep

Global cosmetics giant L'Oréal is giving its product testing process a high-tech facelift, using 3-D printed human skin.
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This Aromatic Alarm Clock Wakes You Up to the Sweet Smell of Money

Rise and shine to the sweet smell of success ... and croissants.
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Forget Toothpaste. This Nifty Toothbrush Scrubs Teeth Clean With Nanotech.

Thanks to the wonders of technology, you can now brush your teeth with nothing more than nano-ions.
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These Are the Coolest Cars You'll Never Drive

Our ability to drive innovation through creative visualization has helped us explore the reaches of space, put powerful computers into our pockets and design some bad-ass car concepts.
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Artificial Photosynthesis Breakthrough Aims to Save Us All From Global Warming

This game-changing 'crazy idea' could have us all breathing easier -- fingers crossed.
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These Bullets Can Change Direction to Hit a Moving Target

No, these bullets aren't magic. But they are backed by some serious technology.
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Imagine If Your Smartphone Had a Second, Full-Size Screen

It's possible -- and also pretty awesome -- thanks to this startup company.
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How Microsoft's HoloLens Could Boost the Race to Colonize Mars

Virtual reality + holograms + Mars = out of this world.
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This Gadget Makes Your Entire Kitchen 'Smart'

Orange Chef's new 'Countertop' device not only makes suggestions about what you should eat, it can help you prepare meals as well.
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These Giant Robotic Ants Could One Day Replace Factory Workers

If you think real-world ants are creepy, wait until you see these artificially intelligent critters.
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Modernist Cuisine's Food Lab and the Science of Flavor

We chat with Scott Heimendinger, director of applied research at Modernist Cuisine, about passionate curiosity and building 3D scanners for bread.
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Google X Head: 'I'm Afraid of People's Reactions to Technology'

Google's 'Captain of Moonshots' on his frustration with the slow pace at which society is adapting to technological advancements.
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These Voice-Controlled GPS Motorcycle Helmets Help Riders Stay on Track

No longer do you have to rely on maps or GPS systems, both of which require riders to take their eyes off the road.

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