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Drone Researchers Find a New Frontier in Alaska
Compared to the continental U.S., where busy skies and streets make safety a huge issue, Alaska has become a key research and development field.
Filmmakers Focus on Aerospace Guru Burt Rutan
The filmmakers who traced the rise of SpaceShipOne are turning their focus to its designer's next high-flying project, and looking for a little help.
Injured Student Stays in School... as a Robot
A student in Mercer County, Pennsylvania is using a robot to attend high school while he recovers from injuries suffered in a car accident. WFMJ's Derek Steyer reports.
Meet Zipperbot, the Robot Who Zips Zippers
This is Zipperbot, the world's only robotic zipper zipper-uper. Zipperbot will zip your zippers for you. And, joking aside, the robot, created at a lab at MIT, will be a big help to people with disabilities.
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Elon Musk's Hyperloop Inches Toward Reality
Hyperloop Transportation Technologies has signed an agreement with a developer in central California to build a five-mile Hyperloop line.
This Computer Can Beat You at Space Invaders - And More
A new AI system outperforms people on a number of old Atari titles, but it learned how to do so just like a human - and may learn much more soon.
Robot Bear Nurse Lifts Patients Into Wheelchairs
Giant robot bears are coming for our senior citizens — coming to help them get into their wheelchairs.
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Eco-Drones Join Fight to Save the Environment
Drones are getting a green makeover as environmentalists and earth scientists put the unmanned vehicles to a variety of eco-friendly jobs.
How Scientists Plan to Spark Battery Breakthroughs
Experts share their roadmap for improving battery technology, which could have far-reaching effects on phones, electric cars and even the power grid.
Christ the Redeemer Mapped in 3-D By Drone
Brazil's most iconic statue, Christ the Redeemer, has been completely scanned in three dimensions by a drone.
Watch Monkeys Play Games on iPads at Minnesota Zoo
Zookeepers at the Lake Superior Zoo in Minnesota are letting primates in their care use iPads for games, drawing and even Facetime.
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Apple Wins Patent for Virtual Reality Goggles
Apple has been granted a patent for an iPhone-compatible headset, sparking chatter the company might want to compete in the virtual reality market.
The Internet is Having Fun with New Apple Rumors
The current rumors about Apple developing a self-driving car probably aren't true but that doesn't mean you can't crack jokes about it on Twitter.
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Here's the Real Battle Apple Is Waging in Autos
Amid speculation about a possible iCar, many are overlooking the big battle that's already taking shape in the auto industry.
U.S. to Allow Armed Drone Exports, With Conditions
The U.S. government on Tuesday unveiled new policies for exports of U.S. military and commercial drones, including armed drones.
Researchers Welcome Drone Rules
New regulations for commercial drone use are welcomed at University of Washington's Autonomous Flight Systems Laboratory, where students are busy dreaming up new uses for drones. KING's Natalie Swaby reports.
Why Spider Silk May Be the Weaving Web of the Future
Utah State University researchers say spider silk may be the material of the future and they're using goats to help mass produce it. Mike Anderson reports.
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Telescopic Contact Lenses Zoom In With a Wink
Swiss researchers have created a high-tech contact lens that gives wearers a telescopic view of the world, adjustable with a wink of the eye.
Driverless Car Can Beat a Race Car Driver (Sometimes)
Driverless cars are all well and good, but surely they can't outdrive flesh-and-blood race car drivers, can they? Actually, it depends on the day.
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15 Startups Sparking Change in Detroit: Re/code
Today there are about 100 technology startups in Detroit, most of them just a few years old.
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Elon Musk Wants Tesla Batteries to Power Homes
Elon Musk has already jump-started the electric car market with the battery that he developed for Tesla.
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Watch Veteran With Prosthetic Arm Scale Climbing Wall
Advances in technology may result in flashy stuff like robotic dogs and self-zipping zippers, but it's also revolutionizing the field of prosthetics.
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Can the 'Internet of Things' Preserve Privacy?
Lawmakers on Capitol Hill are grappling with how to spur innovation while protecting consumer privacy and security.
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The New Tech Players of the California Drought
The drought has been a boom for companies selling technology tied to water efficiency and moisture-monitoring systems.
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