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Fuel cell gadget charger PowerTrekk is finally hits store shelves in the States.
IN 2010 Oracle accused Google of pilfering its intellectual property (IP) for use in the Android mobile platform. It has since presented oodles of forensic evidence, including e-mails among Google executives and bits of allegedly copied program code. On May 7th a federal jury in San Francisco found in its favour.
AP Photo/Sandra Chereb Gov. Brian Sandoval takes a spin in a driverless car Wednesday, July 20, 2011, in Carson City.
By PAUL J. ZAK Why are some people trustworthy, while others lie, cheat and steal?
The breathless predictions about 3-D printers — they'll revolutionize X, Y, and Z industries, they'll even mop your floors!
Updated at 4:37 p.m. PT with more information from Albeluhn. When people become unemployed, they often fall prey to feelings of helplessness.
Illustrations by Peter Oumanski Deep thoughts this week:
By Amir Efrati Google is again trying to redefine what it means to search for information on the Web and get closer to delivering on its mission statement to “organize the world’s information” and make it accessible. It may also get us closer to realizing the dream of artificial intelligence, or AI, some researchers say.
A storm's a brewin', but it ain't no wimpy thunderstorm.
These would have included loss of erectile function and the growth of breasts.
Why can't the Greeks be more like the Germans?
With rendition switcher Michio Kaku : Some people ask the question, “What is the biggest disaster of 2012, if we had a crystal ball?” Well, first of all, let me tell you what’s probably not going to happen in 2012.
Stephen Crowley/The New York Times Styled after a baby seal, a robot that blinks and coos when petted is often therapeutic for patients with dementia. Paro is a robot modeled after a baby harp seal .