February 2006
New Scientist;2/4/2006, Vol. 189 Issue 2537, p29
The article provides information on the latest technological products. One can just plug in any planet, asteroid, satellite or spacecraft on the touch screen of Space Signpost and its GPS-enabled software will calculate the distance and direction. Also, Sony Corp. is launching a $700 camcorder that comes with a Bluetooth radio microphone, which can be clipped to the person being filmed to pick up their voice over the background noise.


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