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Man Invents 3D-Printed Gardens That Can Grow in Any Shape

The list of things that can be 3D printed keeps growing and growing, and Yuichiro Takeuchi recently added gardens to the tally. The computer scientist at the Sony Computer Science Laboratories in T...

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Ambulance drone is a flying defibrillator with fast response time

The response time of emergency services can reach 10 or 15 minutes in many cities with heavy traffic, but that’s not good enough when someone is suffering a heart attack. A student at the Netherlan...

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The Government Is Suing AT&T For Deliberately Slowing Speeds For Unlimited Data Customers

The Federal Trade Commission has filed suit against AT&T, claiming that it neglected to inform its unlimited data customers that they could experience slow speeds when they reached a certain data l...

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Physicists Have Finally Proved the Existence of a New Superconductive State, First Proposed 50 Years Ago

Scientists from Brown University in the US have finally proved that materials can conduct an electric current without resistance - an ability known as superconductivity - even when exposed to a mag...

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Hands on with Sprout, HP's keyboard-and-mouse killer

Projection keyboards aren't anything new, but it's a technology that's had plenty pratfalls over the years. HP's trying to change that with a new desktop computer it announced today called Sprout. ...

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World on a string: Breakthrough fiberoptic cable 2,500X faster than fastest internet

Imagine downloading your favorite flick in 31 thousandths of a second. Such insane internet speeds are now a reality, with researchers rolling out a 255 terabits per second fiberoptic network which...

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Google wants to flood your body with tiny magnets to search for disease

Google's ambition to cure death is beginning to take shape in a new product from its Google X division. Andrew Conrad, the head of the company's life sciences division, today announced the details ...

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Group Of Friends Start Free Laundry Service For The Homeless

Lucas Patchett and Nic Marchesi, of Brisbane, Australia, have founded the country’s first mobile laundry service that specifically serves the homeless. Their services are free, and are funded by in...

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Deepwater Horizon spill left an oil ring the size of Rhode Island at the bottom of the sea, study says

There's an oil ring the size of Rhode Island at the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico and researchers say it belongs to oil company BP. According to a study published yesterday in Proceedings of the Nat...

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Google teams with Oxford to teach machines to think

Oxford professors behind spinoff startups Dark Blue Labs and Vision Factory will work with DeepMind, a London-based startup that Google bought early this year. Financial terms of the alliance we...

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The New DNA Test That Prevents Your Skin From Ageing. This Is The Future, People.

If you could stop yourself from ever looking any older than you do now, would you do it? While it might seem like a concept that is still far away in the future, this kind of technology is fast bec...

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This Free App Will Solve Math Problems For You

Need more help with math problems than a calculator can provide? There’s now an app for that. PhotoMath promises to help solve simple linear equations and other math problems by *“reading”* ques...

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Samsung's new induction stovetop projects 'virtual flames' onto pots and pans

Samsung put its Chef Collection series of high-end kitchen appliances front and center at CES last January, and they've stayed in the spotlight throughout the year. The newest addition to the lineu...

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New Device Tracks When Cop Pulls Trigger

The latest technological marvel developed and currently being tested by a Silicon Valley startup, Yardarm Technologies, is designed to keep track in real time and send a signal to the dispatchers w...

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Ford and Honda stop collisions before they happen with pedestrian detection

Oblivious pedestrians can avoid Darwin’s Law more readily now that mass market automakers Ford and Honda are rolling out pedestrian detection and braking systems. The automakers combine radars and ...

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