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Holographic goggles, phones that bend, bat-like robots and solar-powered LED lamps are just a few of the innovations that caught our eye this week.
Such a robot could be used to scope out areas otherwise inaccessible to humans.
Researchers are using torpedo-shaped drones to map sea ice algae in the Antarctic.
Before and after satellite maps show Boko Haram's horrific campaign of terror.
A turtle-shaped robot that uses a retractable rake and a bevy of onboard sensors to draw elaborate lines and designs on sandy surfaces.
The robot can explore marine environments, moving easily through dense patches of seagrass.
Remote-controlled drones ranging in price from $29 to $1000 have really taken off this year.
The U.S.'s newest military drone could someday transport troops or wounded soldiers.
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