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    • newFirst: Titanium micromotors zip around stomach, fight bacteria

      First: Titanium micromotors zip around stomach, fight bacteria

      In what they are calling a world first, nanoengineers at the University of California San Diego (UCSD) have delivered tiny drug-bearing motors into the stomachs of mice where the devices moved around via bubble propulsion. The locomotion meth…
      - 1 hour ago, 16 Aug 17, 12:20pm -
    • newSamsung steps on the gas for super-fast T5 SSD storage

      Samsung steps on the gas for super-fast T5 SSD storage

      Data hungry folks looking for pocket-friendly storage for 4K videos, uncompressed RAW stills or detailed CAD files may have a friend in Samsung, with the release of the T5 portable SSD. Designed to satisfy the appetites of content creators, b…
      - 4 hours ago, 16 Aug 17, 9:50am -
    • newDome tents leap off the ground to the top of your car or truck

      Dome tents leap off the ground to the top of your car or truck

      The dome tent is a fixture of ground camping, traveling to camp by way of backpack or car trunk. Gently domed ripstop is not something you see in the roof-top tent market, however, where design tends to borrow more from cabin tents. Australia…
      - 8 hours ago, 16 Aug 17, 5:47am -
    • newSix-legged programmable robot is a technical toy for tinkerers

      Six-legged programmable robot is a technical toy for tinkerers

      Parents wanting to get their kids into coding from an early age are spoiled for choice, with toys like Vortex, Codeybot, Photon and Cozmo, but there aren't many gadgets for an older audience wanting to try their hand at programming. Currently…
      - 8 hours ago, 16 Aug 17, 5:30am -
    • newOriginal Shelby engineers give 1965 GT350R a new lease on life

      Original Shelby engineers give 1965 GT350R a new lease on life

      Modern restorations of classic cars are in vogue at the moment, and Shelby American is keen to get in on the action. The team behind the 1965 GT350R, dubbed the Original Venice Crew (OVC), will build modern recreations of that classic muscle…
      - 10 hours ago, 16 Aug 17, 3:57am -
    • newFrontRow puts a livestreaming camera round your neck

      FrontRow puts a livestreaming camera round your neck

      Although smartphones are equipped with all the hardware for first-person perspective filming, a few companies have been working to perfect a wearable camera that blends effortlessly into the wearer's life. Snapchat has Spectacles, and now Ubi…
      - 11 hours ago, 16 Aug 17, 2:12am -
    • newThe running jacket with a healthy kryptonite glow

      The running jacket with a healthy kryptonite glow

      Vollebak is a young startup that makes outdoor sportswear with a science and tech slant. Some of the company's earlier innovations included the 100 Year Hoodie, made from super-strong aramid fibers, and a series of Relaxation Hoodies describe…
      - 11 hours ago, 16 Aug 17, 2:02am -
    • newSpeedster and Shooting Brake to round out Aston Martin Vanquish Zagato lineup

      Speedster and Shooting Brake to round out Aston Martin Vanquish Zagato lineup

      The design partnership between Aston Martin and Zagato started with the DB4 GT Zagato in 1960, and has been sporadically rekindled over the intervening six decades. It spawned the Vanquish Zagato Coupe and Volante last year, but the designers…
      - 13 hours ago, 16 Aug 17, 12:50am -
    • new"Frankenstein's dinosaur" fills the gap between predators and prey

      "Frankenstein's dinosaur" fills the gap between predators and prey

      Dinosaurs came in a ridiculous variety of shapes and sizes, but just how they all fit together is still up for debate. The recently-discovered Chilesaurus is made up of a weird mishmash of body parts from different types of dinosaurs, and now…
      - 13 hours ago, 16 Aug 17, 12:37am -
    • newHow tobacco plants and their relatives are helping us win the war against polio and Zika

      How tobacco plants and their relatives are helping us win the war against polio and Zika

      One of the great 20th century medicine success stories is the near eradication of the scourge of polio. Since the introduction of a vaccine in the 1950s, cases of polio have dropped by 99 percent. Offering hopes of complete eradication of the…
      - 13 hours ago, 16 Aug 17, 12:29am -

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    • newLonely Planet app Trips: Be inspired or tell your own story
      NEW YORK (AP) — Lonely Planet has a new free app called Trips that offers inspiration for travel, along with an easy way for users to create visually driven stories about their own trips.For inspiration, scroll through content curated by Lonely P…
      - 2 hours ago, 16 Aug 17, 11:31am -
    • newTrump goes after Amazon, again
      WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump is renewing his attacks on e-commerce giant Amazon, and he says the company is "doing great damage to tax paying retailers."State governments have sought to capture sales taxes lost to internet retailers,…
      - 3 hours ago, 16 Aug 17, 10:56am -
    • newGerman Chancellor Merkel's favorite emoji is a smiley
      Merkel talked about her emoji preferences Wednesday during a live interview on YouTube as part of her re-election campaign.Merkel was interviewed by four prominent German YouTubers about issues as diverse as education, electrically powered cars, mi…
      - 4 hours ago, 16 Aug 17, 9:38am -
    • newNew UK aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth arrives at port
      A band of Royal Marines added to the pageantry as the families of service members lined the jetty to cheer the 919-foot (280-meter) vessel, which has been conducting sea trials since setting out from Rosyth dockyard in Scotland on June 27.Russia's…
      - 5 hours ago, 16 Aug 17, 8:58am -
    • newFrom Isaac Asimov to Aimee Mann, 'robophobia' plagues humans
      Physicist Stephen Hawking and tech entrepreneur Elon Musk have also warned about the dangers of going too far, too quickly, in developing "thinking robots" with programmed intelligence that might keep evolving self-awareness, similar to the humanoids…
      - 5 hours ago, 16 Aug 17, 8:54am -
    • newReverence for robots: Japanese workers treasure automation
      MORIYA, Japan (AP) — Thousands upon thousands of cans are filled with beer, capped and washed, wrapped into six-packs, and boxed at dizzying speeds — 1,500 a minute, to be exact — on humming conveyor belts that zip and wind in a sprawling facto…
      - 5 hours ago, 16 Aug 17, 8:51am -
    • newWorld's biggest shipper: cyberattack cost up to $300 million
      COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — The June cyberattack that paralyzed the computer systems in companies around the world is estimated to have cost the world's biggest container shipping line between $200 million and $300 million, A.P. Moller-Maersk said W…
      - 9 hours ago, 16 Aug 17, 4:47am -
    • new$1 billion tower lifts San Francisco skyline to new heights
      SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — More than 60 stories above the ground, construction workers climb makeshift stairs and cross narrow steel planks to put the finishing touches on Salesforce Tower, now San Francisco's tallest building. Tech giant Salesforce.com…
      - 9 hours ago, 16 Aug 17, 4:01am -
    • newProsecutors seek records related to Inauguration Day protest
      WASHINGTON (AP) — An internet company is fighting what it says is a "sweeping" request for information about an anti-Trump website that prosecutors allege was behind destructive Inauguration Day protests.Prosecutors say the website disruptj20.org…
      - 20 hours ago, 15 Aug 17, 5:48pm -
    • newIn US, factory jobs are high-tech, but the workers are not
      NORWOOD, Ohio (AP) — Herbie Mays is 3M proud, and it shows — in the 3M shirt he wears; in the 3M ring he earned after three decades at the company's plant in suburban Cincinnati; in the way he shows off a card from a 3M supervisor, praising Mays…
      - 21 hours ago, 15 Aug 17, 4:38pm -

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