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Lightweight, flexible solar panels may be more efficient than competitors’

After years of research and development, Sunflare says it has successfully mass produced light, flexible, and affordable copper indium gallium selenide solar panels, which can be installed with ease on practically any surface.
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Griffin's smart appliance line includes a toaster, coffee maker, and a mirror

Known for devices accessories, Griffin Technology announced the Home Collection of connected appliances including a toaster, coffee maker, and mirror. App-powered and Bluetooth enabled, they are designed to enhance daily living.
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Here's how to build your very own working Star Trek-style tractor beam

Do you want to try building your very own functioning tractor beam using no more than a 3D printer, Arduino and some other easily obtainable components? Well, look no further -- your lucky day has arrived!
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The Flow is a crowdsourced, portable air-quality monitor aimed at urban dwellers

Lasting 12 hours on a single charge, the portable Flow air-quality monitor measures all the major pollutants, plus crowdsources your data with that of others on a street-level map.
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Take off your virtual reality headset and give the HoloLamp a whirl

HoloLamp is a portable, self-contained augmented reality experience that's sort of like virtual reality goggles without the goggles. The device is on display at this week's Computer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
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Ability3D's Innovative 3D printer uses MIG welding and CNC milling to create sturdy metal parts

What do you get when you combine additive and subtractive manufacturing? The result is a hybrid computer-controlled milling machine and metal 3D printer, being shown off this week at CES by startup Ability3D.
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Experimental robot car in Tokyo is driven by moths in search of a date

Scientists at the University of Tokyo’s Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology have built a robot car, which can be controlled by silkworm moths in their quest to find an attractive mate.
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Watch out Post-it Notes, Mangoslab’s Nemonic printer is coming for you

The small printer looks just like a stack of adhesive notes, and with thermal printing technology is able to print out your notes in less than five seconds.
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Low-tech padlock gets a modern update with the BenjiLock

Fingerprint readers are a staple among mobile devices, but they rarely make their way to padlocks. BenjiLock's forthcoming device will allow users to utilize up to four distinct fingerprints when it launches in the third quarter of 2017.
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Monitor your pet's location, activity continuously with the Whistle 3 smart pet tracker

The Whistle 3, Whistle's next-generation smart pet tracker, combines location monitoring with continuous activity tracking. Multiple geofencing safe places let owners set up electronic boundaries for instant alerts.
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Incase x DJI Drone Pro Pack is the do-anything case for aerial photographers

Now on display at CES, the Incase x DJI Drone Pro Pack is built around a custom compartment that securely holds a Phantom series drone, with sufficient extra room for the required accessories and other photographic gear.
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With a built-in molecular spectrometer, this phone can identify any material

Changhong's H2 smartphone allows you to scan just about anything, from body mass to food and drink, even to verify an object's authenticity. The device is expected to be available at some point in 2017.