McDonald&39's shows off a touch-screen kiosk installed in France in 2009. (Credit: McDonald&39's Europe) "Welcome to McDonald's. My name is HAL 90... read more »
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The clean-energy geeks (definitely a term of endearment) at Stanford University have come up with a way to turn every river in the world into a power... read more »
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Pleo the pet robot dinosaur is back after basically going extinct in 2009. (Credit: Tim Hornyak/CNET) LAS VEGAS--Pleo is an autonomous toy dinos... read more »
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Micron Technology tomorrow is set to disclose a hybrid memory technology that it claims will boost performance 20-fold over the memory chips used in ... read more »
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It seems the scientific search has been going on for some time. (Credit: CC Kerry Vaughan/Flickr) Many years ago, there was a cricket match bet... read more »
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Hewlett-Packard has won a contract from NASA worth up to $2.5 billion. The contract was awarded Monday and calls for Hewlett-Packard to provide an... read more »
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Boeing announced today that it is resuming flight testing for its 787 Dreamliner program six weeks after an onboard fire halted the evaluation progr... read more »
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Physicists at CERN have taken a major step forward in antimatter research, according to the European science organization. For the first time, scien... read more »
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Venture capitalists expect greater investment next year, while CEOs of VC-backed firms are looking at more work and more hiring, according to a repor... read more »
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Researchers in Germany are reporting two thumbs up for their first clinical trial testing a remote-controlled capsule endoscope in the stomachs of he... read more »
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It''s a tragic fact of life today that one in five African children die before their fifth birthday from simple causes like dehydration from diarrhoea... read more »
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This thin section of brain has been treated with a pink neuropathological stain to show fine anatomic detail. (Credit: Allen Institute for Brain S... read more »
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Commercial spacecraft will replace NASA&39's shuttle program. (Credit: NASA) Two companies tied to prominent technology entrepreneurs are among th... read more »
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The da Vinci Surgical System is often used in robot-assisted prostate cancer operations. (Credit: Intuitive Surgical) Robot-assisted surgery to ... read more »
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Motion can present major challenges in photography in general, not to mention with medical imaging techniques such as MRIs. But a new method using si... read more »
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Researchers have unveiled encouraging results of the first human randomized control trial of a procedure called therapeutic renal denervation to redu... read more »
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The human brain is truly awesome. A typical, healthy one houses some 200 billion nerve cells, which are connected to one another via hundreds of tril... read more »
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Reading about Lenovo's eye-popping gaze-controlled laptop being shown at the CeBit tech fair this week, we were excited to see a demo of Guger Tech... read more »
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Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus, and he's equipped with the latest in satellite-based technology to get you your toys on time (and in one piec... read more »
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RoboDynamics' Fred Nikgohar poses with Luna. (Credit: SchultzeWorks) Rumor had it that Apple or Google was going to release this vaguely humanoid... read more »
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