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Israel's Water Ninja
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Israel's Water Ninja

Amir Peleg hunches his broad, 6-foot-3-inch frame into a tunnel leading to one of several reservoirs that supply water to Jerusalem.

ACM Names 2014 Fellows for Innovations in Computing
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ACM Names 2014 Fellows for Innovations in Computing

ACM has recognized 47 of its members for their contributions to computing. The 2014 ACM Fellows have achieved advances in computing research and development that...

The Biggest Cyberthreat to Companies Could Come From the Inside
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The Biggest Cyberthreat to Companies Could Come From the Inside

Companies spend billions of dollars each year to protect from determined hackers attacking from across the Internet, but experts warn they shouldn't ignore a closer...

NASA Robot Plunges Into Volcano to Explore Fissure
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NASA Robot Plunges Into Volcano to Explore Fissure

Volcanoes have always fascinated Carolyn Parcheta.

Students Engineer Foot-Powered Phone Charger
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Students Engineer Foot-Powered Phone Charger

A pair of Case Western Reserve University engineering students are field-testing their foot-powered cell phone charger this week in rural villages of the Kingdom...

What Do Consumers Want? Better Batteries, Not Wearables
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What Do Consumers Want? Better Batteries, Not Wearables

The top tech need on the mind of most Americans isn't sharper televisions, smarter watches.

A Visit to the Corporate-Industrial Robotics Competition for Teenagers
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A Visit to the Corporate-Industrial Robotics Competition for Teenagers

Sometimes I think of school as an overlapping set of calendars.

Smart Phones, Social Media Encourage Healthy Habits
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Smart Phones, Social Media Encourage Healthy Habits

Smart phones and social media may help college-age adults make healthier choices when it comes to food and physical activity, according to  Professor Kendra Kattelmann...

Full-Time IT Hiring is Gaining Ground, Finally
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Full-Time IT Hiring is Gaining Ground, Finally

Heading into 2015, the odds of success in the job hunt appear to be improving for IT professionals with in-demand skills.

Crowd Science Provides Major Boost for Certain Research Projects
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Crowd Science Provides Major Boost for Certain Research Projects

Crowd science, or citizen science, is making possible research projects that might otherwise be out of reach, tapping thousands of volunteers and attracting interest...

How to Design the Fighter Cockpit of Tomorrow
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How to Design the Fighter Cockpit of Tomorrow

If you think your office needs a lick of paint and some new furniture, spare a thought for fighter pilots.

Watson Goes to College
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Watson Goes to College

Students in Ashok Goel's Computational Creativity class at Georgia Tech are enjoying extraordinary access to IBM's Watson supercomputer this semester.

The Space Missions and Events We're Most Looking Forward to in 2015
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The Space Missions and Events We're Most Looking Forward to in 2015

This year will be another exciting one for space exploration.

A Qubit Candidate Shines Brighter
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A Qubit Candidate Shines Brighter

Precisely placing imperfections called "nitrogen vacancy centers" within nano-sized diamond structures can boost their fluorescence, a key step toward using the...

This Year's CES Anxiety: Ending Up Like TV Makers
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This Year's CES Anxiety: Ending Up Like TV Makers

The International Consumer Electronics Show, Las Vegas’s annual gadget cornucopia, kicks off this week.

Brainstormers: Obama's Big Research Push Kicks Off With a Meeting of the Minds
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Brainstormers: Obama's Big Research Push Kicks Off With a Meeting of the Minds

The motley group included men and women, old and young, in sweatshirts and three-piece suits, shod in socks and sandals, wingtips and heels.

''Born at the Right Time': How Kid Hackers Became Cyberwarriors
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''Born at the Right Time': How Kid Hackers Became Cyberwarriors

A few years ago, when Greg Martin was in his mid 20s and teaching a computer security course for NASA engineers, he stumbled on an arcane bit of information that...

E-Sports at College, With Stars and Scholarships
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E-Sports at College, With Stars and Scholarships

Loc Tran is a big man on campus at San Jose State University in Northern California.

MIT Computer Scientists Demonstrate the Hard Way That Gender Still Matters
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MIT Computer Scientists Demonstrate the Hard Way That Gender Still Matters

MIT computer science Ph.D. students Elena Glassman, Neha Narula, and Jean Yang unexpectedly found themselves demonstrating some of the challenges women face in...

Whether Working or Job Seeking, the Algorithm Is Watching
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Whether Working or Job Seeking, the Algorithm Is Watching

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