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A Bold Vision for the Future of the Postage Stamp
Madden’s team created Signet, a system that could radically overhaul how we use the US Postal Service. At its core, it is a digital stamp and an app.
Wear a Helmet: This Hoverboard Really Works
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Apple's iOS 8.1 Is Out Now: Here's What's New
Apple launched iOS 8 with some major features absent. Now, with the official release of iOS 8.1, Apple is finally bringing these holdouts to mobile.
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Apps Could Screen for Glaucoma When Doctors Can't
Areas where eye doctors are few and far between may have a new tool to screen for glaucoma, the world's leading cause of blindness: an iPad app.
Mystery Space Plane Lands After Nearly Two Years
No one seems to know anything about the Air Force's X-37B secret space plane except that it seems to be working exactly as designed.
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Amazon Expands Grocery Delivery Service to Brooklyn
Amazon.com is expanding its online grocery delivery program to Brooklyn's well-heeled Park Slope neighborhood on Friday.
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Online Amateurs Feed Science and History Addictions
Crowdsourcing lets volunteers are help cure cancer, map faraway planets and record the drama of war.
How Lockheed Martin Could Boost Fervor Over Fusion
Lockheed Martin's project to create a compact fusion reactor could provide a boost for other small-scale fusion ventures — or at least they hope so.
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Will.i.am Unveils Smart Wristband and Tech-Music Vision
The rapper-entrepreneur launches his Puls smart wristband and gives MSNBC viewers a look at his vision for melding technology and artistry.
Inside Will.i.am's Music Factory
Will.i.am talks to Ronan Farrow about his desire to bridge the gap between music and technology.
Will.i.am: Music Companies Think in 'Yesterworld' Terms
Will.i.am aims to change the way music and other content is distributed by giving artists a place to create music, promote and sell their content directly to tablet, smartphone and other high-tech consumers.
14-Year-Old Battery Builder Is 'Top Young Scientist'
Sahil Doshi, a ninth-grader from Pittsburgh, takes home the grand prize of $25,000.
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Google Adds Cloud Power to Cancer Genome Research
A collaboration between Google and the Institute for Systems Biology will make genetic data for cancer research available to scientists worldwide.
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Apple Wants to Fight Supplier's Bankruptcy -- In Secret
Apple is seeking permission to lodge its objections to GT Advanced Technologies’ bankruptcy filing in secret, to protect details of its confidential agreements.
Facebook and Apple Cover Egg Freezing Costs for Employees
Tech giants Facebook and Apple announced they will offer up to $20,000 in elective egg freezing coverage for their employees.
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Can Apple Pay Kill Cash? Don't Bet On It
With Apple Pay coming out this month, some businesses are sticking with cash.
What's Inside the Tesla Model S Dashboard?
Andrew Rassweiler takes apart the new Tesla Model S to see what is inside.
Battery Advances Enable Faster Charging, Fewer Fires
New research promises to make the lithium-ion batteries that power everything from phones to cars faster to charge and less likely to burst into flame.
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Students Turn Trash Into Creative Treasure
A warehouse in New York City filled with donated objects - from buttons to old videotapes - serves as a creative playground for students.
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Artists Push Digital Limits to Strike Chord With Fans
Musicians are realizing that the digitized world offers unprecedented opportunity to connect with fans -- and to crash spectacularly.
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Cheaper Than Coal? Fusion Concept Aims to Bridge Gap
Researchers say they've developed a concept for a fusion reactor that could be built more cheaply than a coal-fired plant — but questions remain.
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Cult of Elon Musk? Fanboy Aura Surrounds Billionaire
Billionaire Elon Musk's successes with Tesla electric cars and SpaceX rocket ships have earned him a geek following of Apple-fanboy proportions.
Snake-Bot Sheds Light on Sidewinder's Slither
Researchers studied the subtle yet effective technique employed by sidewinders by watching it in action — and trying it out with a snake-like robot.
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