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Your Heartbeat Could Power a Smartphone
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Your Heartbeat Could Power a Smartphone

In "I Sing the Body Electric," the poet Walt Whitman waxed lyrically about the "action and power" of "beautiful, curious, breathing, laughing flesh."

Sitting with the Cyber-Sleuths Who Track Cryptocurrency Criminals
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Sitting with the Cyber-Sleuths Who Track Cryptocurrency Criminals

Spiky yellow and blue shapes begin to fill a screen that spans an entire wall in a lab at Imperial College London.

Winners of the 2018 ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest Announced
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Winners of the 2018 ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest Announced

Three students from Moscow State University earned the title of World Champions at the 2018 World Finals of the ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest...

Gender Parity in Science 'Generations Away'
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Gender Parity in Science 'Generations Away'

Female researchers remain comparatively scarce in academic publishing, with some fields to remain male-dominated for centuries.

Staff Changes Upend White House Cyber Team
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Staff Changes Upend White House Cyber Team

The White House cybersecurity team is undergoing a major shuffle that former officials say could jeopardize the administration's efforts to develop cyber policy...

Why Silicon Valley Shouldn't Work With the Pentagon
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Why Silicon Valley Shouldn't Work With the Pentagon

Is Silicon Valley going to war?

UCSD Study: Anyone Can Be an Innovator
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UCSD Study: Anyone Can Be an Innovator

Innovators aren't born, they can be made, according to research from the University of California, San Diego.

NTU Robot Autonomously Assembles an IKEA Chair
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NTU Robot Autonomously Assembles an IKEA Chair

Nanyang Technological University scientists have developed a robot that can autonomously assemble an IKEA chair in 20 minutes.

What the Latest Strike on Syria Succeeded At (and What It Didn't)
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What the Latest Strike on Syria Succeeded At (and What It Didn't)

On April 13, the United States, France, and the United Kingdom launched the largest barrage of cruise missiles since the opening of the Gulf War.

Google's New AI Head Is So Smart He Doesn't Need AI
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Google's New AI Head Is So Smart He Doesn't Need AI

Google's heavy investment in artificial intelligence has helped the company's software write music and beat humans at complex board games. What unlikely feats could...

Iran Bans State Bodies from Using Telegram App, Khamenei Shuts Account
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Iran Bans State Bodies from Using Telegram App, Khamenei Shuts Account

Iran banned government bodies on Wednesday from using the popular Telegram instant messaging app as Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei's office said his account...

Russia Blocks Google, Amazon IP Addresses in Bid to Ban Telegram
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Russia Blocks Google, Amazon IP Addresses in Bid to Ban Telegram

Russia's state communications regulator on Tuesday said it had blocked IP addresses owned by Google and Amazon, saying they were being used by the Telegram messaging...

86-Year-Old Student Works Toward Computer Science Degree
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86-Year-Old Student Works Toward Computer Science Degree

Lowell Gardenhour, 86, a U.S. Air Force veteran, is a junior majoring in computer science at West Chester University. He has taken one class per semester since...

A Graphene Roll-Out
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A Graphene Roll-Out

Engineers have developed a scalable manufacturing process that produces long strips of high-quality graphene, a possible pathway to commercialization.

Robots Could Be Girls' Ticket to Future
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Robots Could Be Girls' Ticket to Future

The University of Southern California is trying to expose young people to robotics and computer science through the robotics open house, an annual event that draws...

Robots Ride to the Rescue Where Workers Can't Be Found
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Robots Ride to the Rescue Where Workers Can't Be Found

When Zbynek Frolik needed new employees to handle surging orders at his cavernous factories in central Bohemia, he fanned advertisements across the Czech Republic...

Hackathons Are Usually Dominated by Men; This One Was Just for Girls
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Hackathons Are Usually Dominated by Men; This One Was Just for Girls

"HeartOnSleeve," "Too Tired to be Tired," "Moodchanger," "Food for Less Thought." If these apps sound like something a teen girl would love, that's because they...

U.S. Top Court Rules that Microsoft Email Privacy Dispute Is Moot
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U.S. Top Court Rules that Microsoft Email Privacy Dispute Is Moot

The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday dismissed Microsoft Corp's (MSFT.O) privacy fight with the Justice Department over whether prosecutors can force technology companies...

The White House Loses Its Cybersecurity Brain Trust
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The White House Loses Its Cybersecurity Brain Trust

Today, the White House confirmed that cybersecurity coordinator Rob Joyce will head back to the National Security Agency, where he previously ran the nation's top...
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