Topics include demonstration that bee pollen can be processed into carbon structures that might be useful as anodes in energy storage devices; a newly developed pill-cam that utilizes fluorescence to expand imaging capabilities; a new alternative to dual monitors; a cheaper PC that comes with apps, recipes, educational material, etc., already installed; a new challenge from DARPA that aims to build a connection between the human brain and the digital world; a full-featured portable stereo recorder; a handy biometric padlock that uses fingerprint recognition instead of combinations or keys; and a levitating speaker that’s more of a conversation piece than anything else.
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