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Google's New Moonshot Project: The Human Body
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Google's New Moonshot Project: The Human Body

Google Inc. has embarked on what may be its most ambitious and difficult science project ever: a quest inside the human body.

For Half, STEM Degrees Lead to Other Jobs
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For Half, STEM Degrees Lead to Other Jobs

A recent U.S. Census Bureau report says only about 26 percent of those who graduate with a four-year degree in a science, technology, engineering, or math (STEM)...

Tech Giants Begin Recruiting for the Next Big Platform Wars
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Tech Giants Begin Recruiting for the Next Big Platform Wars

The Internet of Things is still young, but it's real.

The Next Big Thing in Hardware: Smart Garbage
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The Next Big Thing in Hardware: Smart Garbage

There's a box on a shelf in my closet stuffed with smart smoke detectors, old smartphones, chargers, battery cases, fitness trackers, a Kindle that I sat on and...

No Guts, All Glory at Robot Soccer World Cup
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No Guts, All Glory at Robot Soccer World Cup

Spectacular falls, miraculous goals, and footwork that would put the Premier League to shame—RoboCup 2014 has seen it all.

Want Clean Software? Throw It in The SWAMP
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Want Clean Software? Throw It in The SWAMP

The SWAMP (Software Assurance Market Place), an online, open-source, collaborative research environment that allows software developers and researchers to test...

Conservation Drones Help Safeguard Belize's Barrier Reef
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Conservation Drones Help Safeguard Belize's Barrier Reef

The Government of Belize will use unmanned aerial vehicles to enforce fishing regulations in the biodiverse Glover's Reef Marine Reserve and other reef systems...

Is Your Data Safe? Why You Should Care More About Spam
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Is Your Data Safe? Why You Should Care More About Spam

The Center for Research on Electronic Commerce at The University of Texas at Austin is working to protect consumer data by using a company's spam volume to evaluate...

Harold Edgerton: The Man Who Froze Time
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Harold Edgerton: The Man Who Froze Time

Every time you use the flash on your smartphone or camera, you should give silent praise to Harold Eugene Edgerton.

id Shows Off Double-Jumping, Skull-Crushing New Doom at QuakeCon
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id Shows Off Double-Jumping, Skull-Crushing New Doom at QuakeCon

The bad news is that only people who were actually at Dallas' QuakeCon last night were able to see the world-premiere gameplay footage from the next Doom game,...

Three Cardinal Rules For Managing Your Boss
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Three Cardinal Rules For Managing Your Boss

Instead of blaming your boss for your problems in the workplace, it's better to learn his or her style and adapt

Cell Gives Multi-bit 'Spin' to MRAM Storage
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Cell Gives Multi-bit 'Spin' to MRAM Storage

A France-U.S. research team working with MRAM technology has developed a multi-bit storage cell that may rival flash memory storage.

Bletchley Park's Rebirth and Why It Matters
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Bletchley Park's Rebirth and Why It Matters

Twenty five years ago, the historic World War II codebreaking center Bletchley Park faced demolition.

Talk on Cracking Internet Anonymity Service Tor Canceled
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Talk on Cracking Internet Anonymity Service Tor Canceled

A highly anticipated talk on how to identify users of the Internet privacy service Tor was withdrawn from the upcoming Black Hat security conference, a spokeswoman...

New Dimension in Scoreboard Watching
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New Dimension in Scoreboard Watching

The seemingly endless prairie that blankets this part of the United States would seem to be an unlikely place for one of the largest makers of sports video displays...

NSF Grant Will Further Research on Models of Self-Assembling Systems
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NSF Grant Will Further Research on Models of Self-Assembling Systems

A National Science Foundation grant will further University of Arkansas computer scientist Matt Patitz's research in the development of theoretical and computational...

Will Science Burst the Multiverse's Bubble?
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Will Science Burst the Multiverse's Bubble?

This philosophical question overlaps with real physics when hypothesizing what lies beyond the boundary of our observable universe.

How Do Messaging Apps Make Money? They're Gaming Platforms in Disguise
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How Do Messaging Apps Make Money? They're Gaming Platforms in Disguise

It is not uncommon for smartphone users to have WhatsApp, WeChat, Viber, Facebook Messenger, and other competitors all installed on their phones, using different...

The Future of Robot Caregivers
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The Future of Robot Caregivers

Each time I make a house call, I stay much longer than I should.
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