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2015/01/30 12:18
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Credit card data isn't quite as anonymous as promised, a new study says. Scientists showed they can identify you with more than 90 percent accuracy by looking at just four purchases, three if the...
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2015/01/30 12:09
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PITTSBURGH (AP) - Police say a man fatally shot a Carnegie Mellon University student in their Pittsburgh apartment and then killed himself in an apparent murder-suicide. The 26-year-old woman and...
2015/01/29 20:42
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Carnegie Mellon University researchers detail the privacy hurdles people face while navigating in the information age, and what should be done about privacy at a policy level, in a review published in...
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2015/01/29 20:13
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Channel 11 News has confirmed that two people were found dead inside an apartment building in Oakland Thursday afternoon. Pittsburgh police investigating after two bodies discovered in Oakland...
2015/01/29 12:49
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Kaprica Releases Tachyon App for Automatic Samsung Device Configuration and Deployment Kaprica Security� Inc., a thought leader in enterprise cyber security, mobility and cloud software, today...
2015/01/29 02:00
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Prof. D. Raj Reddy, founder director of Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University (USA), advised the students at Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) - Sri City to strive for...
2015/01/29 00:37
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Social media, however, provides us with small reminders that various people exist, gently nudging fading contacts back to life. You might consider the way that it maintains a broad latticework of...
2015/01/28 21:43
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The Von Trapp children wouldn’t have gotten where they did without Maria the governess teaching them their Do Re Mis. Like most legendary performers, they had an instructor who gave them the tools...
2015/01/28 14:21
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Are these the first EMOTICONS? Typographical faces in an 1881 magazine reveal joy, indifference and astonishment The four ‘emoticons’ were published in Puck magazine on 30 March 1881 American...
2015/01/28 05:09
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For some, sports, television shows, comic fandoms or celebrity tweets conjure moments of irrational enjoyment when individuals spontaneously shed layers of formality and reveal small hidden passions....
2015/01/27 19:03
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Dear Patriots HatersA message from a Pats fan to all the chafing, crybaby chumps out there. Photo by Jared Wickerham/Getty Images. Dear Patriots haters, What a pack of wretched chumps you are. Why...
2015/01/27 11:29
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Scientists should adopt a systematic approach to explaining what they do, and do not, know, says Baruch Fischhoff. Science can provide the best evidence on many questions: how likely is a disease to...
2015/01/27 07:18
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MARCIE BEILING HEINRICH (Class of 1992) - Beiling was a four-year letter winner in basketball and track and a three-year letter winner in volleyball. An aggressive basketball player, she averaged 12.1...
2015/01/26 20:31
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Abbey Hull for redOrbit.com – Your Universe Online “The joke among robotics and A.I. researchers in general is if you want to avoid the robot revolution, walk into the middle of a puddle because the...
2015/01/26 14:28
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Study Suggests Social Media Use May Decrease Stress WASHINGTON - A new study suggests that frequent users of social media experience no greater stress in their lives than non-users and some groups...
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Space travel used to be dominated by governments. Now start-ups around the world are turning their eyes to the moon. (Jon Nazca/Reuters) Five teams competing for the $30 million Google Lunar X Prize...
2015/01/25 23:12
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Bill Nye, a mechanical engineer who worked at Boeing before becoming TV's “Bill Nye The Science Guy,” appeared on Sunday's Good Morning America to say Belichick's explanation “doesn't make any...
2015/01/25 22:38
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Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that's taken over our lives. America's science classes will only have one topic tomorrow: Does New England Patriots coach Bill...
2015/01/25 21:43
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You’ll get no argument from most people — especially on a cold winter’s night — that hugs make you feel warm inside. But can that good feeling protect your health? Increasingly, scientists are...
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Melvin T. Stith was an Army captain in a jungle on the Cambodian border when he got his first invitation to Syracuse University. It didn't take any persuasion. He accepted it and earned his master's...
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