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Computer May Know the Beatles Better Than You Do
Computer scientists have developed a music analysis program that can put all the Beatles albums in order just by giving them a listen.
Drive-By Galactic Images Made Possible by Fiber Bundles
A new way of using fiber optics massively increases the amount of data this Australian observatory is getting from a night looking up.
Google Maps Explore Offers Suggestions Based on Weather
A new "Explore" button in the Google Maps app offers locale suggestions based on the time of day, weather and personalized proximity range.
Google Offers $1 Million for Smaller Power Inverter
Google and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers are sponsoring a contest to build a much smaller power inverter.
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Camera-Studded Dome Tracks Your Every Move
Carnegie Mellon researchers have created a dome with 480 cameras on the interior that tracks movement inside with incredible precision.
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'No Boundaries': Live Concerts Experiment With Wearable Tech
Music shows are seeing significant new commercial and experiential trends driven by tech, with more on the horizon.
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Get a Grip With This Robotic Hand Extender
Researchers at MIT have created a robotic hand that, rather than simply replacing one's grip, enhances its reach with two extra fingers.
Honda 'Asimo' Robot Can Pour You a Drink
The new version of the robot has improved dexterity, and can open a bottle and pour a drink, as well as kick a soccer ball.
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Google Street View Sniffs Out America's Gas Leaks
Google cars fit with air monitors have taken millions of readings along the streets of Boston, New York and Indianapolis.
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