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Moon-Hoax Claim Shot Down With Video-Game Tech
Graphics hardware company Nvidia decided to prove the moon landing really happened — by simulating it in a video game.
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Navy Triton Spy Drone Completes Cross-Country Flight
The Navy's huge Triton unmanned aerial vehicle has just finished a nearly 3,800-mile trip across the country.
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U2 Working With Apple on New, Secure Music Format
U2 is planning a new "audiovisual interactive format" that will resist pirating — but is that even possible?
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Are Laser Weapons the Future, or Just Hype?
Defense contractors have been trotting out new weapons systems. But will they ever be ready for battle?
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Oracle's Larry Ellison Stepping Down as CEO
Oracle said Larry Ellison, its co-founder and longtime CEO, will be stepping down, effective immediately to be replaced by Mark Hurd and Safra Catz.
Robot Bartenders? Why Not, Says 'Love Boat' Star
Royal Caribbean has hired a robot bartender. Ted Lange from "The Love Boat" says bartenders should not be worried.
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Uber, Others Cause 65 Percent Drop in SF Taxi Rides: Report
Consider the San Francisco taxi industry disrupted. A new report shows that taxi rides have dropped dramatically since Uber came on the scene.
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California Permits Punch the Gas on Self-Driving Cars
Testing of self-driving cars has been going on in a number of states for a while, but regulations are starting to catch up to the nascent industry.
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Heat Tracker: How Wearables Could Detect Gunshots
A new study says that cheap wearables could help monitor people who might illegally use firearms.
Tour Egypt's Pyramids and Sphinx With Google Maps
Now you can take virtual tours of the Pyramids of Giza, the Sphinx and Egypt's other historic hot spots, courtesy of Google Street View.
Tim Cook Hints at Improvements for Apple TV
Apple's CEO says TV viewing technology is “stuck back in the ‘70s” and adds, “The interface is terrible.”
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Oculus CEO Donates $31M to University of Maryland
Brendan Iribe dropped out of UMD his freshman year and later founded virtual-reality technology company Oculus VR.
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Car Wars: Uber Is Illegal in California, Regulator Says
The California Public Utilities Commission is apparently not a fan of the newest trend in mobile-enabled ride-sharing.
Suit Up: Will Technology Kill the Tailor?
These days, websites promise custom-made clothing delivered to your door. Traditional tailors have something to say about that.
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How 3-D Printing Could Revolutionize Life in Space
When astronauts turn on the International Space Station's first 3-D printer, it'll be one small step toward a giant leap in outer-space manufacturing.
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Stephen Hawking, Intel Unveil a Connected Wheelchair
The technology allows users to monitor information about their health, the status of their wheelchair and the accessibility of the places they visit.
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It's Tim Cook's Apple Now: Commentary
The Tim Cook era at Apple emerged onto the public stage today in full force, and it bears subtle differences from Steve Jobs’s Apple.
Mind-Reading Fashion: NEUROTiQ Lights Up the Runway
This high-minded piece of fashion shifts according to the brain signals it detects.
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GM Says Driverless Cadillac to Hit Road in 2017
Google is not the only company testing driverless cars. GM is planning to unveil its own version in three years.
NASA Aims to Establish Traffic Rules for Drones
NASA is looking for partners to collaborate on a traffic management system for remotely controlled unmanned aircraft.
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Fantasy Football Algorithms Are Minting Big Winners
In the world of fantasy football, computer algorithms are increasingly dictating who wins and who loses.
Google and AbbVie Join Up For Anti-Aging Research
Google is taking another big step into the health and medical side of tech: a $500 million joint research project with biopharmacetical AbbVie.
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Google Makes Quantum Leap Toward Faster Computers
Google is working with UCSB researchers to make quantum computing a reality.
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Robot Runs Using High-Speed Camera as Its Eyes
Roboticists in Japan have created a new bipedal robot that keeps its footing by watching its own steps using a nearby high-speed camera setup.
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