The satellite that North Korea launched on Sunday hasn’t yet sent data back to Earth, according to U.S. officials...
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2.10.2016
2:36pm
Progress is rarely ever a straight, ascending line. More often than not, accidents will happen in the pursuit of higher technology and practices. Failure is...
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2.10.2016
2:11pm
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On this day in 1996, the IBM chess-playing computer Deep Blue played chess master Garry Kasparov in a six-game match. This was the first time a computer had...
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2.10.2016
1:17pm
Researchers at University of California, Berkeley have made the American cockroach’s creepy attributes cool by making it the basis for a new robot...
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2.10.2016
1:08pm
Emergency workers in southern Germany brought in a huge crane Wednesday to start removing the wreckage from a deadly head-on train crash after police said they...
by Kirsten Grieshaber & Matthias Schrader, Associated Press
2.10.2016
1:03pm
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General Motors is recalling more than 473,000 trucks and SUVs in the U.S. and Canada because the brake pedals can come loose and fail to work properly. The...
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2.10.2016
12:58pm
Pratt and Whitney Military Engines will be awarded a $33.1 million option under a Navy contract for engineering change proposals for the F-35 aircraft’s...
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2.10.2016
10:48am
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A divided Supreme Court agreed Tuesday to halt enforcement of President Barack Obama's sweeping plan to address climate change until after legal challenges are...
by Michael Biesecker & Sam Hananel, Associated Press
2.10.2016
10:19am
Back in 2005, an aeronautical engineering whiz by the name of Giotto Castelli started doodling. Without knowing it, he had started a project that would...
by SolidWorks UK
2.10.2016
10:06am
The science, technology, engineering, and maths (STEM) industries are some of the most important in the world. We rely on them immensely to create a better...
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2.10.2016
9:58am
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With a little more than a week left before the Feb. 19 deadline, more than 325,000 people have already registered their drones with the Federal Aviation...
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2.10.2016
9:49am
Worries over bacteria led to the fateful decision not to apply anti-corrosive chemicals when Flint, Michigan, began drawing water from the Flint River, an...
by John Flesher, Associated Press
2.10.2016
9:44am
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The $3.9-billion project in the southern town of Ouarzazate, also known as Noor I, is the first phase of a project expected to provide 1.2 million Moroccans...
by Samia Errazzouki, Associated Press
2.10.2016
9:38am
Toyota's youth-oriented Scion brand is recalling about 28,000 FR-S sports cars in North America because drivers can take the keys out of the ignition without...
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2.10.2016
9:24am
Daimler AG is recalling 840,000 vehicles in the U.S. because they have potentially defective driver's side air bags made by Takata Corp. The recall affects...
by The Associated Press
2.10.2016
9:17am
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Is it a candle? Is it a lamp? Lumir is a bit of both, and it was designed to provide electricity-free, long-lasting lighting that doesn’t hurt the environment...
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2.9.2016
4:31pm
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency wants to make converting a vehicle created for on-road travel into a racecar illegal, according to SEMA, a trade...
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2.9.2016
3:16pm
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On this day in 1971, Apollo 14 splashed down in the Pacific Ocean, completing the ten-day mission to the Moon. The Apollo 14 lunar module landed in the Fra...
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2.9.2016
2:32pm
In this teardown episode, we take a look at what’s inside a Sony SELP1650 compact zoom E-Mount camera lens...
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2.9.2016
2:03pm
NASA is researching ideas that could lead to developing an electric propulsion-powered aircraft that would be quieter, more efficient and environmentally...
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2.9.2016
1:28pm
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Fortunately for current sled riders, and unfortunately for my 10-year-old self, a design team has started a crowdfunding campaign to develop a wearable sled,...
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2.9.2016
1:25pm
We’ve probably all been stuck behind a semi-truck, some farm equipment, or at least someone going five under the speed limit. It’s annoying, you want to pass,...
by Jon Minnick, Editor, Manufacturing Business Technology
2.9.2016
1:18pm
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Authorities in China last week released the details of their investigation into an August 2015 chemical blast that killed 165 and injured hundreds more in the...
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2.9.2016
1:08pm
Two commuter trains crashed head-on Tuesday in southern Germany, killing 10 people and injuring around 90 as they slammed into each other on a curve after an...
by Matthias Schrader & Kirsten Grieshaber, Associated Press
2.9.2016
1:01pm
Scientists are studying whether the small object that recently plummeted from the sky, killing a man in India, was from outer space or was man-made.
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2.9.2016
11:28am
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Drones. Quadcopters. Unmanned aerial vehicles. Model aircraft. That thing your niece hit you in the head with repeatedly. There are a ton of different names...
by Kasey Panetta, Editor, ECN
2.9.2016
10:47am
Fiber optic sensors can provide many more points of data than conventional sensors, including deflection. Sensuron, an Austin, Texas based company which...
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2.9.2016
10:20am
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On Feb. 5, the short-message-service Internet firm Twitter announced that since the middle of 2015, it has suspended 125,000 accounts because they appeared to...
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2.9.2016
10:14am
A U.N. panel on Monday proposed long-sought greenhouse gas emissions standards for airliners and cargo planes, drawing praise from the White House and...
by Joan Lowy & Michael Biesecker, Associated Press
2.9.2016
9:56am
French carmaker Renault returned to Formula One as a racing team after agreeing to take over Lotus, which had struggled with financial costs last season...
by The Associated Press
2.9.2016
9:51am
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