Robot Roaches to the Rescue

Scientists are studying cockroaches, one of the most hated creatures on the planet, to help develop an agile and virtually indestructible robot that can crawl through walls in search of

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Sweden’s First Unmanned Grocery Store

(Reuters) All you need is a phone in Sweden’s brand new do-it-yourself grocery store. A new app takes care of scanning and paying for items, so there’s no need for

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‘Tricorder’ Brings Diagnosis into the Home

George Washington University scientist shows off two potentially life-saving inventions: a medical ‘tricorder’ and flexible ring that can deliver rapid diagnostic testing. Vanessa Johnston reports.   Waiting for lab results

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Moody’s Says FCC Internet Privacy Proposal Could Harm Broad Internet Providers

(Reuters) – Ratings agency Moody’s Investors Services said Tuesday a proposal by U.S. communications regulators to impose privacy restrictions on broadband providers like Verizon Communications Inc, AT&T Inc, Comcast Corp

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Google Artificial Intelligence Program Beats S. Korean Go Pro with 4-1 Score

By Jee Heun Kahng and Se Young Lee SEOUL (Reuters) – Google’s artificial intelligence (AI) program on Tuesday beat South Korean professional Lee Sedol in the ancient board game Go,

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Smartphones Not So Smart with Urgent Medical Questions

By Lisa Rapaport (Reuters Health) – Smartphones are the first thing many people turn to with questions about their health. But when it comes to urgent queries about issues like

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New App Aims to Thwart Crime, Attacks at U.S. Military bases

By Andrea Shalal WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Army is using a new crime reporting application for smart phones called “iWatch Army” at 17 U.S. bases to boost its anti-terrorism

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Top U.S. Arms Buyer to Meet Raytheon CEO on Long-Delayed GPS Ground System

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Top Pentagon and Air Force officials will meet on Tuesday with Raytheon Chief Executive Tom Kennedy for another “deep dive review” of the company’s long-delayed ground control

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