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July 2006
July 5, 2006
Say No to Drunk Dialing: The Breathalyzer Cell Phone
Raise your glass to cell phone manufacturer LG who plans to release a phone that keeps drunk users from dialing specific numbers.

July 6, 2006
Double Agent Sells Secret Formula
Capturing double agents is all in a day's work for the FBI. But this time they brought an end to an especially sweet betrayal.
July 7, 2006
Real-life Superheroes Take to the Streets
What happens when real-life superheroes emerge in our cities, fighting crime in full costume with bona fide superhero names? .
July 10, 2006
How to Trade a Paperclip for a House
Most people seek a mortgage when they're ready to buy a house. Not Kyle McDonald -- all he needed was one red paperclip.
July 14, 2006
The Ultimate in All-terrain
The Hyanide is a personal vehicle capable of performing the tasks of a dirt bike, snowmobile and a four-wheeler.
July 17, 2006
Net Neutrality Primer
Chance are you've heard of the net neutrality, but what is it? If you're looking for help understanding the issue, check out this net neutrality primer.
July 18, 2006
Blog of the Week: Jalopnik.com
Check out our interview with Michael Spinelli of Jalopnik, a blog devoted to all things automobile, to learn about professional blogging.
July 19, 2006
A Web of Deceit: Digging Into Your Pockets
Grand theft auto, murder, diamond smuggling and espionage...these days, companies will do anything to get your business.
July 20, 2006
Good Vibrations: Getting Buff without Weights
Technology is supposed to take the work out of work, right? Now it's supposedly taking all the work out of exercise.
July 21, 2006
Inflatable Space Hotel, At Your Service
Robert Bigelow plans to expand his chain of hotels to the moon with inflatable structures made of carbon and Kevlar.
July 24, 2006
Blog of the Week: Toothpaste for Dinner
Check out our interview with "Toothpaste for Dinner" creator Drew, whose blog/Web comic averages around 1 million visitors each day.
July 25, 2006
Paid Vacation: Send Your Android Clone to Work
If Ferris Bueller had an android clone, Mr. Rooney would never have found him out. Learn how professor Hiroshi Ishiguro manages to be in two places at once.
July 27, 2006
Street Wars: "Assassins" Compete in London
Are water blasters just for kids? Not according to "Street Wars," a game in which you take out your opponent with a squirt of water.
July 28, 2006
The Ant Bully: The Backyard You Never Knew
"The Ant Bully" is the second CGI film this summer to be available for viewing in IMAX 3D, an innovative technology in 3D viewing.
July 31, 2006
Blog of the Week: TechCrunch.com
There's a lot of innovation happening on the Web right now. TechCrunch.com, a blog about startups, helps you find out about it.

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