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2015/08/01 14:33
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Humans were dreaming about flight long before a couple of bicycle mechanic brothers made it a reality in 1903. Now an American company hopes to take flight to the next dimension by putting it on...
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2015/08/01 13:44
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When biomedical engineer Jeff Karp has questions, he looks to animals for answers. In 2009, Karp gathered his team at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston to brainstorm novel ways to capture...
2015/07/30 17:27
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Fiat Chrysler announced last week that it is recalling 1.4 million vehicles after a team of independent cybersecurity specialists hacked into the company’s Uconnect telematics system over a public...
2015/07/29 08:39
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In the sci-fi thriller "Ex Machina," the wonders and dangers of artificial intelligence are embodied in a beautiful, cunning android named Ava. She puts her electronic smarts to work with frightening...
2015/07/28 12:40
2015/07/28 12:40
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OPELIKA, Ala. — All dressed up in a shiny new red shirt, little Opelika could not stand still in the anteroom of the City Council chambers. And who could blame her? In a few minutes she would meet the...
2015/07/28 04:26
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At 8:52 P.M. on July 11th, Joaquín Guzmán Loera, the drug kingpin known as El Chapo, sat on the bed of his cell in Altiplano, Mexico’s only super-maximum-security prison. Surveillance footage appears...
2015/07/24 20:00
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LONDON — Fiat Chrysler announced it has decided to voluntarily recall more than 1.4 million U.S. vehicles after it was revealed one of its Jeeps could be hacked. The entire recall was issued after a...
2015/07/23 11:39
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Professor Satish Kumar research engineer M.G. Kamath examine the precursor and carbon fibers processed at Georgia Tech. Credit: Gary Meek Carbon fibers are stronger and lighter than steel, and...
2015/07/21 09:03
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He didn’t have to say a word. The co-pilot’s seat had been replaced by a spiderlike array of rods and wires that were bolted to the steering yoke and foot pedals on the right side of the...
2015/07/21 01:36
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How playing computer games can make the world safer - BBC News Accessibility links BBC navigation Entertainment & Arts Video & Audio Also in the News Special Reports The Reporters Have Your...
2015/07/20 13:38
2015/07/20 13:38
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What a difference two decades makes! The dot-com boom was on 20 years ago as Netscape Communications' IPO triggered a gold rush of Internet investment. Despite the dot-com bust of April 2000, the...
2015/07/20 05:53
2015/07/20 05:53
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Robotics company Ekso helps disabled walk RICHMOND, Calif. — More than 80 years ago, Model A’s rolled out of the gleaming new Ford assembly plant at the edge of the San Francisco Bay. Today, the...
2015/07/17 23:05
2015/07/17 23:05
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A QUIET battle lingering over the South China Sea just got a whole lot more dangerous after reports China tested hypersonic glide vehicles capable of carrying nuclear weapons. The vehicle, dubbed the...
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2015/07/17 14:12
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University of California researchers from Berkeley have made up a concept of so-called 'neural dust'. Extremely tiny microchips now may be implanted in the human brain. The chips are planned to be...
2015/07/16 22:39
2015/07/16 22:39
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More than 80 years ago, Model As rolled out of the gleaming new Ford assembly plant at the edge of the San Francisco Bay. Today the brick "daylight factory" with tall ceilings and an open floor plan...
2015/07/16 21:16
2015/07/16 21:16
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The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has awarded a contract to Intific for a virtual test bed that will help evaluate squad-level technologies developed under DARPA's Squad X Core...
2015/07/16 05:39
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The University of Alaska Fairbanks will take ownership of Gakona’s High Frequency Active Auroral Program, best known as HAARP. After two bumpy years waiting for the US Air Force to decide what to do...
2015/07/15 17:15
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Check out eight of the most common conspiracy theories regarding Jade Helm. Photo By Alex Wong/Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images U.S. President Barack Obama, former President George W. Bush, former...
2015/07/13 07:57
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Apple's widely anticipated CarPlay software is making its mainstream debut this summer in models from Hyundai and Chevrolet, but Apple is already looking ahead to leverage its potential in a way that...
2015/07/12 10:57
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WASHINGTON -- So far, the cybersecurity war has been a lopsided rout. And it's the bad guys who are on an epic winning streak. They've hacked into retailers, looting credit card information from...
2015/08/01 14:33
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