The Phantom Teleview by Bob Olsen:
Science Fiction Inventions, Technology and Ideas

"Television by this time is probably no longer a novelty to most of our readers. During July of this year, the Bell Telephone Laboratories staged a most impressive demonstration where television in full colors was demonstrated. Thus, for instance, the image of an American flag waving in the breeze was transmitted successfully and observers on the other end could see all not only the details of the flag, but all the colors as well."

(The Phantom Teleview)

"Our versatile author has used this new branch of science as a vehicle for his present extraordinary story, which is not only exciting, but gives a good deal of food for thought. There is nothing contained in the science of this story that sometime or other will not be a reality."

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CyberOne Robot By Xiaomi vs. Optimus Robot By Tesla
re: Isaac Asimov

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re: Vernor Vinge

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re: William Gibson

SolarXOne Solar-Powered Drone Flies (almost) Forever
re: Various

Video! Chess Robot Breaks Opponent's Finger In Match
re: Isaac Asimov

Virtual Co-Embodyment - Two People Control One Virtual Body
re: Robert Sheckley

The Wanderer: Eyebot From Fallout, Eye From Zelazny
re: Roger Zelazny

Experts Decry Planet-Scale Schemes To Limit Global Heating
re: Neal Stephenson

OrganEx Revives The Organs In Dead Pig
re: Philip K. Dick

NAVER Labs Haptic Device 2.0 Robot vs. IKEA

Spaceships Should Last So Long
re: E.C. Tubb

Shine On, Portable Wind Turbine
re: John Jacob Astor IV

Amazing Indoor Robotic Drones Mimic Dolphins and Whales
re: Clarence Edward Heller

Space Station Shutters
re: Fritz Leiber

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