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TI Demonstrates 3D at CES
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DLP technology enables showgoers to view 3D movies and games
Intel Withdraws from One Laptop Per Child Project
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Processor giant to continue with Classmate PC initiative
Taser Adds Music to ‘Tasing’ at CES 2008
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Taser adds MP3 player to personal protection device
Military Broadens Use of Virtual Reality
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The military’s use of VR touches applications in training, product development and command and control platforms
Crowds Descend On Las Vegas for CES 2008
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Consumer Electronics Show expected to draw 140,000 visitors
Floating in Air
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Future Soldier Will Generate Power
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American soldier of the future will be garbed in an array of lightweight nanoscale materials
Manufacturing Improvements with 3-D Simulation
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Simulation tools lead to advancements in quality and safety
DARPA Race’s Robot Cars Could Benefit Soldiers and Civilians Alike
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DARPA’s Urban Challenge highlights how the progress in robot technologies could improve driver assistance systems in passenger cars and trucks
Future Combat Systems Changes the Face of Battle
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The U.S. military’s Future Combat Systems links soldiers and robots in a vast wireless network
GM Switches Materials to Cut Costs
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Materials substitutions can yield huge savings in the face of soaring metals and plastics costs. GM adopts a new strategy
Porous Copper Structures Developed ata Micro Scale
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New structures are used in MEMS detonators by Navy developers
Clippard Releases New Aluminum In-Line Manifold
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New in-line manifold from Clippard features aluminum construction
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