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Q&A: 'Lost' Creator Damon Lindelof Talks 'Tomorrowland'
In an entertainment landscape littered with dystopian franchises, Disney's 'Tomorrowland,' which comes out on Friday, is a beacon of techno-optimism.
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LilBubome Decodes the Genes of Famed Internet Cat
A project called the LilBubome aims to decode Lil Bub's genome and figure out just what it is that makes her so ... well, cute.
Live Off the Grid in This Solar-Powered 'Ecocapsule' Pod
Ever feel like just leaving it all behind and moving into a tiny pod in the country? You might, after seeing the Ecocapsule.
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Start-Up Provides Drone Pilots on Demand
Nothing may say 2015 more than a company that claims it's "the Uber for drones."
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Injured Turtle Gets His Bite Back With 3-D Printed Jaw
An injured loggerhead sea turtle has been equipped with a 3-D printed prosthetic jaw at a rehabilitation center in Turkey.
Google's Self-Driving Cars Approved to Hit Public Roads This Summer
Each prototype car's speed is capped at 25 miles per hour, and safety drivers will be inside.
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Want to Know Where to Get High? There's an App for That
Cannabis users looking for someone to share a joint with have a new app that lets them find like-minded smokers around the world.
Robot Valet: Manhattan Hotel Gets an Automated Helper
Yobot can handle 500 pounds, and on a busy day, it negotiates around 300 pieces of luggage, according to Yotel.
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Robots to Battle for $3.5M in DARPA Challenge
The DARPA Robotics Challenge kicks off in June in Pomona, California.
FAA Says Washington, D.C., Is a No-Drone Zone
The FAA has launched a public outreach campaign to remind people that flying drones in and around the nation's capital is prohibited.
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Samsung Unveils New Chips to Power Internet of Things
Samsung wants to sell the digital brains that will go into billions of "smart" home appliances, industrial sensors and other connected gadgets.
Squid-Like Rover Could Explore Jupiter's Moon
Europa's seas may be salty, causing discoloration on the surface, and necessitating a unique solution to exploring the planet.
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Why Microsoft is Investing in Undersea Data Cables
Microsoft is investing in undersea cables to connect its global data centers in a bid to bolster its cloud business capabilities amid competition.
Window Reflection in Your Photo? This Program Removes It
Computer scientists at MIT have found a way to tone down those annoying reflections that often appear when you take a picture through the window.
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Google: Self-Driving Cars Have Never Caused an Accident
Google says its self-driving cars have been involved in 11 minor accidents over the past six years but none were the car's fault.
The $9 Computer Crushing Kickstarter Right Now
It's smaller than a credit card yet powerful enough to act like a super cheap PC. How cheap? It costs less than $10.
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This Facebook Search Feature Could Have Google Worried
Facebook is testing its own in-app search engine that will allow users to post links in a status update without having to visit Google.
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Self-Driving Cars Getting Dinged in California
AP Exclusive: Four of the nearly 50 self-driving cars now rolling around California have gotten into minor accidents since September.
Apple Steps Up Efforts to Go Green in China
Apple says it's boosting efforts to go green in China by partnering with conservationists to promote sustainable forestry for paper production.
Home-Cooked Meals and Netflix on Mars? It's Possible
Getting to the Red Planet is only half the battle: Experts say that staying happy and comfortable there is also a serious challenge.
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Humans Win Man vs. Machine Poker Showdown - Barely
A poker showdown between professional players and an artificial intelligence program has ended with a quasi-victory for the humans.
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How NASA Technology Found Buried Earthquake Victims
After the 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit Nepal, a NASA device the size of a suitcase was used to detect the heartbeats of four people.
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U.S. Could Reach 1 Million Drone Flights a Day by 2035
The million-per-day milestone will happen 'given the right regulatory environment,' said trade group Consumer Electronics Association.
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No Boys Allowed: Do All-Girls Schools Boost Math Scores?
Women make up only a third of the workforce at tech companies like Google, Apple, Facebook and Twitter. One band of educators wants to change that.
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