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Natural Disaster? Cyborg Cockroaches to the Rescue
Researchers have harnessed nature's most enduring survivor, the cockroach. By outfitting the insects with remote controls and audio sensors, scientists can use the bugs to explore disaster sites and find survivors.
Pay Attention! Your Car May Be Watching You
The next wave of technology designed to keep drivers from getting distracted or dozing off could soon be watching you behind the wheel.
Forget Your Keys? Use Your Phone Instead With 'Bolt'
If you're forgetful, Lockitron's smart Bolt door lock might be a good backup plan for when you leave your keys in the office or a cab.
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How the White House Could Protect Itself from Drones
The Secret Service discovered a drone inside the White House grounds early Monday morning after it had landed in a tree.
Drone Buzzes House Committee, But No 'Haircuts' Given
The House Science, Space and Technology Committee got up close and personal with the drones the federal government is tasked with regulating.
Microsoft's HoloLens Headset Augments Your Reality
Microsoft threw a major curveball at Wednesday's big event, announcing Windows Holographic and the top secret HoloLens headset.
Solar Plane Sets Course for Round-the-World Flight
A Swiss-based venture has announced the route for a record-setting, fuel-free flight around the world in a solar-powered plane called Solar Impulse 2.
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Improved DARPA Atlas Robot Cuts the Cord, Quiets Down
This year's Robotics Challenge will be a quieter and less cluttered place thanks to an improved Atlas, the standard-issue bot for qualifying teams.
Video Captures Fiery Explosion After Failed SpaceX Landing
The rocket propelled the Dragon capsule on a supply run to the ISS, but the attempt afterwards to land it intact on a drone ship ended in dramatic fireworks.
This Double Amputee Has Robotic Limbs That He Can Control with his Thoughts
Les Baugh lost both his arms in an accident but thanks to researchers at Johns Hopkins, he now has robotic arms that he can control with his thoughts.
You've Been Loading Your Dishwasher Wrong
Engineers at the University of Birmingham in the U.K. claim to have discovered the most effective way of organizing your dishwasher.
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Disconnected: You Can't Buy Google Glass Anymore
Google says it plans to develop a more polished and affordable version that's less likely to be viewed as a freakish device.
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Virgin and Qualcomm Back OneWeb's Satellite Venture
The Virgin Group and Qualcomm are investing in OneWeb's plan to provide satellite Internet access, and Virgin Galactic will launch the satellites.
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You've Heard of Electric Cars. How About an Electric Plane?
The Airbus Group has unveiled the world's first electric plane. It runs on batteries and can stay in the air for about an hour.
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Elon Musk Boosts Hyperloop With Talk of Texas Track
Billionaire Elon Musk says he'll build a Hyperloop test track, "most likely in Texas," that can be used to try out rapid-transit pod designs.
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Elon Musk Gives $10 Million to Protect Us From Robots
Elon Musk wants to protect the world from out-of-control robots.
How Old is Your Body? InnerAge Test Will Tell You
If I'm truly young at heart, InnerAge should tell me. Not in the Frank Sinatra sense.
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Google Chats Up Top Automakers About Self-Driving Cars
The company expects real people to be using self-driving vehicles on public roads within a few years.
President Obama Unveils Plan for Faster, Cheaper Internet
President Barack Obama announced a new plan to increase broadband Internet speeds in the United States while also making access cost less.
Man 3-D Prints Model of His Own Kidney Before Surgery
When surgeons operated on John Cousins on Monday, they had a 3-D model of his kidney for reference.
3D Print Your Next House
Hoping to ward off the next housing crisis, a company called WikiHouse is trying to popularize a 3D printed house with an open-source design.
3-D Printing Creates Prosthetics for Children
Children around the world may stand to benefit from 3-D printed prosthetics, a major leap forward for growing patients.
Kitchen Of The Future?
Virginia Tech researchers are rolling out an interactive kitchen designed to unite cooking with the digital age. WSLS' Dawn Jeffries reports.
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Will the Chevy Bolt Change Be a Game-Changing Electric Car?
Electric cars have made barely a dent in our driving culture but Chevy's new offering, the Bolt, hopes to change that with 200 miles to a charge and a cost around $30K.
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