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Fad or The Future? Why Wearable Tech May Not Do Us Good
These days, you can track your calories, concentration and sexual stamina. But does it do any good?
Google Tests Delivery Drones in Australia
Google has been working on a secret initiative, dubbed Project Wing, to develop "a delivery system that uses self-flying vehicles."
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IBM's Watson Turns From 'Jeopardy' to Cancer Research
IBM's supercomputer is starting a new career helping researchers make scientific discoveries.
Dyson Robot Vacuum Coming? Video Teases New Product
The British technology company has released a 25-second video cryptically teasing a disk-shaped, floor-hugging device.
Man 3-D Prints Backyard Castle, Plans House Next
Andrey Rudenko used a custom 3-D printer to create a tiny cement castle in his backyard, and next he plans to build a two-story house.
Are Designer Labels Key to Wearable Tech's Success?
Now a spate of high-end retailers are launching sports trackers and device accessories with an eye for fashion first.
Space Junk Tracking Site Planned in Australia
Lockheed Martin and Australia-based Electro Optic Systems are partnering up to establish a new laser-based space junk tracking site.
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Power Gadgets With Your Surroundings and Your Sweat
Researchers are finding ways to charge up your smartphone and other devices without using the grid.
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Satellite Shows Stunning Views of China From Above
China's first satellite with high-resolution imaging equipment has taken some spectacular shots of the country.
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Royal Caribbean's New Ship Features Robot Bartenders
Royal Caribbean's newest cruise ship, Quantum of the Seas, will have a “Bionic Bar” staffed with robot bartenders.
Anomaly Spoils Army's Hypersonic Missile Test
The latest test of a hypersonic weapon had to be terminated shortly after Monday's liftoff due to a "flight anomaly," the Defense Department said.
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Google's Self-Driving Cars to Get Steering Wheels
California rules for testing of autonomous vehicles require that a driver be able to take “immediate physical control” in case something goes wrong.
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Research Lays Groundwork for Moth Biobots
Researchers are using a novel method to better understand how moths' nervous systems work, with the ultimate goal of controlling their flight.
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Stop. No, Go! Traffic Lights Prove Easy To Hack
A team of researchers managed to take control of a system of nearly 100 traffic lights with nothing more than a laptop and a bit of custom code.
Mom Builds an App so Her Son Will 'Ignore No More'
Ever get the feeling your calls are being ignored? In the age of smartphones and caller ID, we all know it happens, but what can be done?
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Want Pot Delivered to Your Door? Just Press This Button
Companies including Eaze and Canary aim to make marijuana delivery as easy as the tap of a few smartphone buttons.
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Top Guns: Drone and Pilot Team Up on Historic Flight
The Navy proves that unmanned drones and fighter pilots can fly together.
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Uber Hires Former Obama Adviser David Plouffe
The company has brought on the former campaign manager and top adviser as a senior vice president of policy and strategy.
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Octopus Inspires Color-Changing Camouflage Tech
The octopus has the ability to blend in with its surroundings. One day, soldiers might be able to do the same.
Like Me Tender? Elvis Meet iPad
Good news, tech-savvy Elvis fans. Now iPads come as part of the Graceland tour.
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Swarm of Robots, Assemble! Harvard Kilobots Shape Up
At Harvard, a swarm of more than 1,000 Kilobots were programmed to self-organize into complicated shapes.
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Automakers Power Up Operations on Solar
A growing number of car makers are turning to alternate power, both for their vehicles and their manufacturing operations.
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WorldView-3 Satellite Will Upgrade Google's Earth
DigitalGlobe's WorldView-3 satellite, due for launch on Wednesday, could generate a new round of buzz about high-resolution pictures of the planet.
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Far Out! Hemp Could Power Better Super-Batteries
Industrial hemp, the non-psychoactive cousin of marijuana, can play a role in manufacturing supercapacitors for energy storage, researchers report.
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