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Safety First: Why Can't Automakers Prevent Hot-Car Deaths?
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Some 40 children die each year in overheated cars, but automakers have been unable to come up with a foolproof solution to preventing such tragedies
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Say Cheese! Drones Light Up Photoshoots
Researchers are experimenting with how lightweight drones can assist with rim lighting for photo-shoots.
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Cyborgs Among Us: Human 'Biohackers' Embed Metals in Body
Biohacking is a niche community at the literal bleeding edge of body modification, where man and machine become one.
Amazon Seeks FAA Permission to Test Drone Delivery
Amazon has officially requested that the FAA allow the company to test drone-based package delivery in its own backyard.
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Kids, Angry Birds and Robots Could Lead to Rehab Tool
Robots who are taught to play “Angry Birds” could someday be used to help children with disabilities, according to Georgia Tech researchers.
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Elon Musk Donates $1 Million to New Tesla Museum
For his 158th birthday, Nikola Tesla got a day named in his honor and a new science museum with $1 million in funding from Elon Musk.
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Martha Stewart Loves Drones, Apparently
Stewart sent a trio of tweets on Wednesday gushing about a "drone-like" flying camera used to take aerial photos of her farm.
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Explore High-Tech Magic Behind 'Planet of the Apes'
The creatures in 'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes' are more realistic than ever. NBC's Ben Fogle met actor Andy Serkis to find out how they're created.
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