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8 Far-Out 'Jetsons' Contraptions That Actually Ex...
, that candy-colored cartoon about a family living in the future, was actually a bit of a time traveler. It premiered in 1962 on ABC and was the network's first show to ever be broadcast...
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AT RANDOM: Retro is new again
From time immemorial it has been the job of youth to educate their parents on stuff we just don’t understand. In the Stone Age, the kids probably had a better method of using a stick to engrave words...
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Amazon Is the Latest to Get Approval to Fly Forwa...
Drones, or small unmanned aircraft systems, still evoke
a wee bit. But increasingly using drones is becoming generally accepted business practice. Federal regulators just this week...
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Lion Babe in London: we meet the New York ‘future...
... awesome,” admits the 25-year-old lead singer of Lion Babe (yes, it’s the hair — but it’s also the appeal of “fierceness and boldness”). “I text him at five o’clock to ask about something and...
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Pascrell plan to plug trust fund
Like Superman to the rescue, Bill Pascrell Jr. swooped down on his native Paterson on Thursday to save our roads, our rail system and, by extension, the whole federal transportation trust fund. In a...
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Marc Lee: Real-life wonder woman
I grew up watching
, Flintstones, Looney Tunes and Fat Albert ... and as a adult, I have definitely enjoyed checking out cartoon characters at the movies and on television. I have even on...
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Look, Ma, no hands! Automated cars will soon be a...
As one who grew up watching George and Jane Jetson, the space-age cartoon couple from the 1960s, I thought for sure we'd be zipping around in flying cars by now. I think about that when I look out in...
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
‘Hello, mankind?’ – on the phone with planet Rige...
In the past few months, there have been some dire warnings about humans attempting to contact aliens. Stephen Hawking, for example, is against the whole concept. He’s very good at math, I always...
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Consumers expect smart homes by 2020
Simplicity and security key to mainstream consumer adoption. Bluetooth SIG found that 6% of those surveyed already accepted that the era of the smart home has already arrived, with 66% thinking that...
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Artist Imagines The Star Fox Team As Drawn By Han...
Update: Jonas has released some new versions of their Star Fox/Hanna-Barbera crossover. Now you can find a version of the piece without Krystal (for the purists), as well as a larger version...
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New 'Smart' Headlights May Make Driving A Lot Saf...
Google has transformed ordinary Toyota Priuses into hands-free vehicles, each equipped with a rotating camera, sensors and more. According to the AP, the four-wheeled fleet "can steer, stop and start...
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Rocket man creates world's first jetpack - and it...
A 'mad boffin' who dreamed of flying to school has finally invented the world's first jetpack after working tirelessly for over three decades. As a schoolboy, Glenn Martin's imagination was fuelled...
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Sunday Gravy: UConn women take madness out of Mar...
UConn’s win over Texas on Saturday afternoon was a real nail-biter. Of course by that I mean I would’ve rather been chewing on nails than watching the game. Same goes for the 78-39 Kentucky-West...
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Mike Preston Would Not Change The Extra Point Rul...
Mike Preston Would Not Change The Extra Point Rules (Photo by Nick Laham/Getty Images) Mike started off by talking about the new NFL rule changes including the extra point asking what he would do...
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Legendary animator/director to exhibit original c...
Ron Campbell, animator of the Beatles hit movie "Yellow Submarine" and the Beatles Saturday morning TV cartoon series director, will be at the Taube Museum of Art, 2 Main St. N, in Minot from noon to...
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Legislators take the wheel on driverless car study
A suburban lawmaker thinks Illinois needs to start getting ready for the driverless cars of the future. State Rep. Jack Franks, a Marengo Democrat, is behind the wheel of legislation that would spark...
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The Driverless Debate: Equal Percentages of Ameri...
Meanwhile, almost one quarter of adults (24%) believe self-driving vehicles are something out of "
" cartoon. Just over one-fifth of Americans (22%) say it's a technology they'd love to...
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For Sofia Vergara's modern family, a modern home
... want a smart home that doesn't make me feel stupid dealing with a million remotes and gadgets and electric cords," says Sofia Vergara. "It's all about simplifying my life." Peter Hurley Sofia...
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Cameron Mackintosh gives Les Miserables and other...
Leighton Picken, Nikki Webster and Stephanie in the '90s version of Les Mis. Photo: Jacky Ghossein Just because a show has been hailed a classic doesn't guarantee it an eternal shelf life, says...
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