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New 3-D printing technology can make virtually anything, including a new trachea that saved a young Utah boy's life. KSL's Peter Rosen reports.
This Guy Built His Own Hoverboard
Using four leaf blowers, Ryan Craven built a hoverboard. It appears to work but don't take his word for it. Craven published his process so you can give it a try too.
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These Two Start-Ups Want to Take On Cancer: Re/Code
The life sciences sector of Greater Boston has become a hotspot for cancer work among pharmaceutical giants, academic labs, and research institutions.
DARPA Project to Put Tiny 'Satlets' in Orbit in 2015
DARPA and its partners are planning to launch a new generation of experimental modular satellites called "satlets" in late 2015.
Electric Motorbike Runs on Same Batteries as Smartphone
Two inventors in San Francisco are working on an electric bike that can go 50 miles with a single charge.
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'Ascension' depicts a hulking spaceship the size of the Empire State Building flying toward another star.
Portland Sues Uber to Stop Service in City
The city of Portland, Oregon is suing ride-sharing service Uber for allegedly not following safety and consumer protection rules, as well as illegally operating in city limits. KGW's Chris Willis reports.
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Cancel Ride: Portland Sues to Get Rid of Uber
Portland sued Uber on Monday to stop the fast-growing ride-hailing service from operating in the Oregon city until it follows local regulations.
Amazon Presses FAA for Outdoor Drone Test Approval
Amazon says it will shift more of its drone testing outside the U.S. unless it gets quick permission from U.S. regulators to conduct outdoor trials.
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Why Didn't L.A.'s Massive Fire Destroy More of the City?
Thanks to modern firefighting technology and techniques, the massive fire that lit up downtown Los Angeles didn't engulf other parts of the city.
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Video Game Consoles Pioneer Ralph Baer Dies at 92
Ralph Baer also was leader of the team that developed the Magnavox Odyssey, the first home video game console.
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Meet Silicon Valley's newest crime fighter: the K5 robot.
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Why Do Start-Up Companies Need So Much Money?
Talent is expensive, money is cheap, marketing is hard and there's a land grab for customers that are shifting to cloud computing.
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The Smithsonian teamed up with the White House to take a 3D portrait of President Obama.
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An idea that began just a few years ago as a counter to Black Friday and Cyber Monday is gaining traction and helping spread holiday cheer.
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The Tin Whiskers brewery only started hand-bottling its beers a couple of weeks ago, but it has already shared the recipes online.
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