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The web, as we know it, is just the tip of the iceberg. Buried below the surface you can find secrets, and some unsavory behavior.
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Inside Alibaba Founder Jack Ma's Former Home
In 1999 Jack Ma was living in a small apartment with his wife in Hangzhou, China, when he came up with the idea for Alibaba.
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Tired of Doing Laundry? Robot Comes to the Rescue
This semi-humanoid robot is very near being capable of doing the laundry from start to finish - your dream of a "Jetsons" lifestyle draws near!
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Obama Hails Medal-Winning Researchers for Pushing Limits
President Barack Obama says 19 scientists, researchers and innovators who received the country's highest honor for their life-changing work embody the spirit of the nation.
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Software Lets Computers Search Images Like Humans
New research has improved the ability of computers to recognize and categorize the contents of photos in very human-like ways.
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Poll: Most Think Self-Driving Cars Are 'Dangerous'
A new poll reveals that car owners are still leery of self-driving cars, even if they do want the safest bits of the technology for their new ride.
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Snapchat Lets You Send Money to Friends With Snapcash
Snapchat's Snapcash is a new payments feature that allows users to send and receive money from friends through the app’s private messaging service.
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Wishful Thinking: Can Scientists Read Your Brain?
If you believe what you read, neuroscientists can pluck your thoughts right out of your head -- but we're still far from that sci-fi scenario.
Cats Teach a Robot How to Land on its Feet
Researchers try to teach a robot how to land on its feet.
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Google Raises Turing Prize Stakes to $1 Million
Google has just quadrupled the prize money—to $1 million—for the computing "Nobel Prize."
'More Nerds': Ballmer Makes Huge Donation to Harvard
Ballmer's gift is believed to total around $60 million and will fund 12 more computer science professorships at Harvard. he exact amount of the gift wasn’t specified, but The Harvard Crimson notes professorships at the Ivy League university cost about $5 million to endow. That suggests Ballmer's total gift is worth around $60 million.
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IBM's Watson, Medical Expert? Health App Uses Your DNA
Pathway Panorama, a new app, will analyze your DNA with the help of IBM's Watson.
Samsung Unveils 360-Degree Virtual Reality Camera
Samsung Electronics has taken the wraps off a 360-degree camera that captures images in 3-D.
DARPA Wants Flying Aircraft Carriers for Drones
DARPA has put out a call for people who could help them build something to "carry, launch and recover" drones in the air.
With Nymi, Mobile Payment Is Only a Heartbeat Away
Canadian based start-up Bionym is betting that some consumers will want to actually wear their payment source.
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Atlas Humanoid Robot Shows 'Karate Kid' Moves
You may recognize the pose from 1984's "The Karate Kid," but this Atlas humanoid robot isn't preparing to enter a martial arts tournament.
Google Leases Moffett Airfield From NASA for Research
Google is renting 1,000 acres of a historic California air base for space exploration, aviation and robotics projects
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Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak Loves His Tesla
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak talked about the Apple Watch, Oculus Rift and why he loves his Tesla so much.
The Who and Oculus Rift to Take Fans on 3-D Journey
The Who teams up with Oculus Rift for new app.
PayPal's Job Recruiting Secret: Hackathons
Tech talent is in high demand these days, so to fill the couple of hundred jobs it has open, PayPal uses hackathons as one way of finding new workers.
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Cockroach 'Biobots' Could One Day Rescue You
Researchers figure out how to make cockroaches swarm to a particular sound, thanks to three directional microphones placed on their backs.
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Student's Cheap, Portable Incubator Wins Dyson Award
An innovative way to take care of premature babies in places with inadequate medical care has won a young inventor this year's Dyson Award.
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'Brain-to-Brain' Communication Edges Forward
Research continues on connecting two brains via an electronic interface, a year after a pair of UW professors showed it was possible.
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Tesla Delays Launch of Model X SUV to Next Summer
Tesla also lowered the number of expected vehicle deliveries for 2014 by 2,000 to 33,000, citing hardware changes to Model S.
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