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    When I first stepped up to a Liberian Ebola treatment unit in early November, I had heard so much about them I felt like I knew what to expect. There would be endless…

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    By removing safety tethers, and making falls inevitable, the Pentagon's $2M robotics competition could expose humanoid robots as too risky to continue pursuing.

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    Hybrid computers--the laptop-tablet chimeras that include convertibles, detachables, and tablets with keyboards--always sounded better than they actually were. That’s because they always came at a cost. Most hybrid devices were either powerful (and big as a breadbox) or slim (and grossly underpowered). For the average business traveler, hybrids could never really serve as a primary computer. That was how things stood--at least, until late last year. In October 2014, Intel launched the Core M processor, which is built on a new energy-efficient architecture that allows it to draw less than…

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    We are undeniably living in the future. Today, the evidence is this glowing-red hole burnt straight through a truck’s engine by a high-powered laser at a distance of one…

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    When learning to fly remotely controlled aircraft, it’s often best to start small. At under two inches a side, the CX-10 Mini Drone is about as small as drones come.

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    If you’re in the market for a natural aphrodisiac--and steering clear of herbal supplements the FDA has learned are laced with Viagra--you’ve got options. A research review…

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    German engineering firm EDAG took inspiration from the leaf of a plant for its 3D-printed Light Cocoon concept car, which debuts at the Geneva Motor Show.

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    Yesterday, in a flash of silver and yellow, a relic from an old war crashed to earth. From the broken body of this vintage World War II trainer, Harrison Ford emerged onto…

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    Yesterday, Apple announced a new set of free apps called ResearchKit, which collect a user’s health data. The data is used in medical studies focused on diseases such as asthma, heart disease and diabetes, conducted by some of the most reputable medical insitutions in the country. When users opt to participate in the research, they beef up the sample sizes so that scientists can come to the most accurate conclusions, helping them get closer to finding more effective treatments or even a cure. But users should be skeptical of where their data may end up, says Michael Ostrolenk, the director…

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    When Ted Kinsman picked up this specimen on the side of the road one spring morning, he was hoping to get a good X-ray image of a snapping turtle. But after he placed the…

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    PancakeBot translates your ideas and drawings into delicious pancakes, thanks to some clever software and robotics.

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    To determine if a human has HIV (or if a monkey has the primate equivalent, SIV), doctors test the blood or saliva for the virus. This is a fast way to tell if a person has…

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    How exactly do you protect the president from a dangerous toy? Ever since a drone crashed onto the White House lawn, the Secret Service has been looking for an answer to…

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    After a long, cold winter, it is finally spring, and you know what that means! Warm breezes, blooming flowers, and live webcams everywhere to capture the adorable antics of…

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    Here are some good Apple Watch facts to drop the next time you're hanging out with your tech-savvy friends.

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    For years the military's V-22 Osprey had a monopoly on the ability to take off and land like a helicopter but fly like an airplane. Now, thanks to AgustaWestland, civilians…

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    A team of Netflix employees got the video-streaming service to run on an original Nintendo for the company's Hack Day.

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    Chameleons are famous for their colors that come and go (oops, did we just get that song stuck in your head?). But how do they actually manage to completely change color in…

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    You want businesswear that's stylish and safe? Look no further than these bulletproof clothes and accessories.

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