My Name is Legion by Roger Zelazny:
Science Fiction Inventions, Technology and Ideas

A collection of novellas about a man who does not exist. A member of the project that gathered data about every person on Earth for a single database, he elected to be an unperson. He can be whoever he wants to be, and in this capacity he does contract work for a detective agency with unusual clients. Select an invention:

Bubble City

Hangman - robot telefactor

Neuristor Brain

RUMOKO - island builder

Smother-Charge

Sonic Curtain (Sound Lock) - undersea door

 

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LA Subway Scanner, As Seen In 'Total Recall'
re: Philip K. Dick
(8/17/2018)

Sion Electric Car Covered With Solar Panels
re: Robert Heinlein
(8/15/2018)

PAL-V Liberty Flying Helicopter Car
re: Jack Williamson
(8/13/2018)

Space Drones - UK's Effective Space To Launch Rocket Tugs
re: Nat Schachner
(8/12/2018)

DIY Autonomous Robot Detects Trash
re: Philip K. Dick
(8/11/2018)

Ancient Russian Walking Excavator Would Be Perfect RV
re: Jack Vance
(8/10/2018)

ELROI Satellite 'License Plate'
re: Robert Heinlein
(8/9/2018)

When Robots Beg For Their Lives
re: Arthur C. Clarke
(8/7/2018)

Do You Still Want A Folding Screen Phone?
re: William Gibson
(8/5/2018)

'Snapchat Dysmorphia' Now A Thing, Say Plastic Surgeons
re: Bruce Sterling
(8/3/2018)

Quiet Electric Cars Law Finalized By US Transportation Department
re: Robert Heinlein
(8/1/2018)

Drone Assassin Fails To Kill Venezuelan President
re: Daniel Suarez
(7/29/2018)

Stick-On Tape Speakers, As Predicted By Bruce Sterling
re: Bruce Sterling
(7/27/2018)

Bezos Invites You To New Life In Off-World Colonies
re: Ridley Scott
(7/25/2018)

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