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Bionic Animals Mimic Ants, Butterflies and Chameleons
A new menagerie of animal-inspired robotics has been unveiled by the researchers at Festo.
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Google, J&J Team Up to Build Robot Surgeons
Google is teaming up with Johnson & Johnson to build robots that can help surgeons in the operating room
'Gecko Structure' Material Sticks or Slips on Command
Researchers have created a new material covered in what they call "gecko structures" that can be switched between sticky and slippery in an instant.
Rescued Tortoise Gets New Shell Thanks to 3D Technology
A Colorado Tech University student uses a 3D printer to craft a new shell for a wounded tortoise. KUSA's Ryan Haarer reports.
Introducing China's First Electric Bus
This gas-free giant can carry twice as many passengers as China's regular buses and has already hit the roads of Beijing.
Amazon Blasts FAA for Slowness on Drone Regulations
The online retailer says the U.S. is falling behind other countries when it comes to realizing the economic potential of drone technology.
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Americans Can't Seem to Agree on Self-Driving Cars
Self-driving cars may be cool and the wave of the future, but a third of Americans say they would never buy one.
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Force Field Could Save Soldiers From Brain Injuries
It's not quite "Star Trek," but Boeing has patented a force field that's meant to keep soldiers safe on the battlefield.
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Supergirls Conquer Obama at White House Science Fair
President Barack Obama got into waves and robots at the White House Science Fair, but it was the elementary-school Supergirls who captured his heart.
Obama Warns Kids 'No Using a Marshmallow Air Cannon' in the White House
President Obama goes over some of the rules at the White House Science Fair.
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White House Science Fair Puts Whiz Kids in Spotlight
President Barack Obama has a blast at the White House Science Fair, one of his "favorite things" — but Monday's event isn't just fun and games.
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Take a Virtual Trip to the Museum With This Robot
The Seattle Art Museum has a high-tech solution for people who'd like to visit but can't: a remote-controlled telepresence robot.
Worried About Your Kid at the Wheel? Meet 'Teen Driver'
For parents worried about handing over the car keys to their son or daughter, there's a new system designed to monitor and assist young drivers.
FAA Gives OK for Amazon to Test Delivery Drones
Amazon has moved a step closer to its goal of one day delivering its packages by drone.
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Tesla Update To Address 'Range Anxiety'
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on comments by Tesla CEO Elon Musk in its conference call on ending range anxiety, and the auto steering feature.
Round-the-World Solar Plane Lands in Mandalay
A solar-powered plane landed in Myanmar on Thursday night, completing the fourth leg of a round-the-world trip aimed at highlighting clean energy.
Companies Take Notice: Seniors Love Tech, Too
These days, senior citizens have access to technology that is light years beyond the old Life Alert bracelets.
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Google Exec Wants Self-Driving Cars Within 5 Years
Chris Urmson wants his 11-year-old son never to have to take a driver's test.
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Solar Plane Makes a 'Pit Stop' in Indian Holy City
The Solar Impulse 2 airplane landed in the Indian holy city of Varanasi for a quick "pit stop" in its solar-powered, round-the-world journey.
Human-Driven Cars May Be Illegal Someday: Elon Musk
Cars driven by humans could be outlawed once it's proven that self-driving autos are safer, Tesla's Elon Musk says.
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Graphene Could Filter Water, Improve Fuel Cells
Graphene is at its best in perfect unbroken sheets, but even "defective" graphene may excel in certain situations, researchers have discovered.
FCC Inspector General Reviewing Net Neutrality Process
The FCC's inspector general has opened an investigation into how the agency arrived at its new rules for Internet service providers.
Improved 3-D Printer Makes Objects at a Faster CLIP
A new 3-D printing method allows for smooth, continuous surfaces — and it's far faster than existing machines, to boot.
How Satellite Internet Could Weather Future Disasters
The founder of the OneWeb satellite venture wants to give the Internet a global boost — and also boost the response to disasters such as Cyclone Pam.
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