Global Observer&39's first flight. (Credit: AeroVironment, Inc.) When it comes to unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), hydrogen is all the rage. The fi... read more »
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Theyworkforyou.com, the site that helps the British public keep tabs on their politicians, has just made the government''s goings-on even more transpa... read more »
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Not long after creating a functioning rat lung in her lab, Yale University Professor of Anesthesiology and Biomedical Engineering Laura Niklason is t... read more »
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High-speed railroads currently under construction in the U.S., as well as corridors under development, and proposed lines under study from the cu... read more »
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Telepresence robots are way cool, but way expensive. We've seen several platforms for these machines that let you remotely guide a robot around a d... read more »
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(Credit: DreamBots) No massage could ever come close to those given by Eleanor, the miracle worker who is CNET's in-house masseuse (we do have to ... read more »
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The notion of erasing memories associated with painful or harmful pasts is not a new one. But it has remained just that: a notion. Will erasing mem... read more »
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The Dragon spacecraft from SpaceX. (Credit: SpaceX) SpaceX has won the first-ever license from the Federal Aviation Administration allowing a priv... read more »
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I think I&39'd fail this eye test. (Credit: Video screenshot by Tim Hornyak/CNET) Since researchers around the world are experimenting with Will... 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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MIT's high-rank 3D approach places a special image over the rear one to create the 3D illusion. (Credit: MIT) Researchers at MIT have been devel... read more »
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Researchers develop this self-stable experimental bicycle to test theories on the stability of moving bikes. (Credit: Sam Rentmeester/FMAX) One of ... read more »
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Cancer survivor and physician Daniel Fiandra practices swallowing for the first time in two years. (Credit: UC Davis Health System) Surgeon Peter ... read more »
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla.--An electrical glitch with the shuttle Endeavour's hydraulic power system forced NASA managers to scrub today's planned la... read more »
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla.--The shuttle Endeavour undocked from the International Space Station for the 12th and final time late Sunday, backing away... read more »
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla.--After a last-minute Air Force computer glitch threatened to derail launch, the shuttle Discovery, carrying an all-veteran... read more »
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Floor bots: The new Roomba 760 (back) for vacuuming and Scooba 230 (front) for scrubbing. (Credit: Tim Hornyak/CNET) LAS VEGAS--iRobot demoed it... read more »
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Michelangelo's "David" has seen better days. He's spent centuries on his feet. He's tired, yet he cannot take a seat. Now some are wondering whether ... read more »
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A photo of Intel&39's Light Peak technology (Credit: Intel) Intel tomorrow is said to be revealing some of the final details of its Light Peak tec... 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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