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Pokemon is set to finally debut on iPad as the company looks to extend its reach to other platforms...
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Today marks the 20th anniversary of the world's first smartphone, the IBM Simon, going on public sale. Here we track the evolution of the smartphone since 1994....
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While many HDTV deals may seem geared towards the mammoth 80-inchers or the smaller 32-inch panels, there are plenty of deals to be had for those looking for something more in the middle. Today you can get a great deal on a stylish 48-inch HDTV for just $517.99 and bundled with a sizable $200 eGift card…...
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Fish cannon
Looking more like an amusement park ride than a new environmental technology, Whooshh's "fish cannon" can safely propel spawning fish over otherwise impassable barriers like large dams....
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Meet Gavin Andresen, the Most Powerful Person in the World of Bitcoin

In March, a bewildered retired man faced journalists yelling questions about virtual currency outside his suburban home in Temple City, California. Dorian Nakamoto, 64, had been identified by Newsweek as the person who masterminded Bitcoin—a story that, like previous attempts to unmask its p

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A CONVERSATION in which neither party is listening to the other was dubbed a “duologue” by Abraham Kaplan, a philosopher who died in 1993. A duologue, he suggested, is more than a monologue but less than a dialogue. (Multiply a duologue by a roomful of people, he cynically added, and you have a conference.) Two psychologists have now given his ide...

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Arranging rangeomorphs: The oldest animals
This picture is not, as it may first appear, a computer-generated forest. Or rather, it is a forest—but of animals, not trees. It is a reconstruction, by Jennifer Hoyal Cuthill and Simon Conway Morris of Cambridge University, published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, of various extinct creatures called rangeomorphs that d...
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A startup in California, with the rather odd name of Qnovo, says it has developed a new way of rapidly recharging conventional lithium-ion batteries. With Qnovo's technology, you can get six hours of phone life from just 15 minutes of charging -- compared to just 1-2 hours from conventional charging. The secret, according to Qnovo, is that no two...
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MANKIND has always known of earthquakes. Icequakes, though, are a more recently discovered phenomenon. It was only in the 1950s that researchers on Baffin Island, in Canada, first reported such sudden movements of ice and frozen earth—and even today earthquakes and icequakes are usually studied by different groups of experts on the not u...

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