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An unannounced new Tesla Model S 75D gets CARB certification
The California Air Resource Board (CARB) updated its website to surprisingly add an unannounced new Tesla Model S 75D to its list of vehicles eligible for single occupant carpool lane stickers. Whi…
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Microsoft vets join VR startup that offers full-body, fully immersive experience

Virtual reality, in its current form, is an exclusively audio/visual medium, with a large focus on the way things look. Touch is mostly a one-way experience if it’s considered at all, using clunky controllers to “touch” virtual objects. But AxonVR wants those virtual objects to touch back. The company, which is just coming out of a four-year stealth period, is developing technology that allows users to move through virtual environments and feel the size, shape, weight, texture, and temperature of virtual objects. Using exoskeleton-like hardware, VR software and a “smart textile,” users can experience deeper immersion in virtual environments.

Virtual reality, in its current form, is an exclusively audio/visual medium, with a large focus on the way things look. Touch is mostly a one-way experienc
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Street art in Bogotá, Colombia,
by artist DEXS.
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This is not how to treat your pre-order customers.
Oculus has decided to prioritize shipping Rift to retail outlets, while consumers who pre-ordered months ago wait in (literal) line. It may make smart business sense, but it's an insult to the people who supported the company financially and have been waiting months already.
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Remember when Republican Kevin McCarthy admitted that the purpose of the Benghazi hearings was simply to hurt Hillary’s popularity ? Remember when Hillary faced off with the Republican-led ...
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The Robots are Coming!
An army of robots is on the move. In warehouses, hospitals and retail stores, and on city streets, industrial parks and the footpaths of college campuses, the first representatives of this new invading force are starting to become apparent. “The
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Looking for art in artificial intelligence
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Supercooled cavities for particle acceleration
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When you think about the coldest places on Earth, the National Synchrotron Light Source II (NSLS-II), a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Offi

Methane production reduced in ruminants
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An experiment seeks to make quantum physics visible to the naked eye
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Quantum logical operations realized with single photons
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Scientists from all over the world are working on concepts for future quantum computers and their experimental realization. Commonly, a typi

Quantum filter has 20,000 Josephson junctions
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(Phys.org)—A team of researchers at CSIRO Manufacturing, in Australia has created several test quantum filters with arrays having as many as

Chinese company announces development of graphene electronic paper
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(Phys.org)—Chinese based Guangzhou OED Technologies (makers of O-paper displays), in collaboration with another unidentified Chinese company

An elastomer that behaves like an artificial muscle
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(Phys.org)—Animal muscle needs to be strong enough to endure strain; it must also be flexible and elastic; and it is self-healing. Finding a

Using CO2 for heating and cooling in urban areas
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Carbon dioxide is commonly used as an industrial liquid refrigerant but could also be effective in heating and cooling buildings in urban ar

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Researchers at MIT and Brigham and Women's Hospital have developed nanoparticles that can deliver antiobesity drugs directly to fat tissue.

Military tests unmanned ship designed to cross oceans
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The military is launching tests on the world's largest unmanned surface vessel—a self-driving, 132-foot ship designed to travel thousands of

Little ANTs: Researchers build the world's tiniest engine
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Researchers have developed the world's tiniest engine - just a few billionths of a metre in size - which uses light to power itself. The nan

Just 40 light years from Earth, three planets might host life forms adap...
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Is there life beyond our solar system? If there is, our best bet for finding it may lie in three nearby, Earth-like exoplanets.

Genetic switch could be key to increased health and lifespan
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Newly discovered genetic switches that increase lifespan and boost fitness in worms are also linked to increased lifespan in mammals, offeri

Green light for plant-based food packaging
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Bioplastic packaging that extends the shelf life of food and tells us when it is no longer fit to eat will result in less waste.

Scientists need to engage more with the public to secure funding
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We live in an age when society is crying out for scientific solutions to global problems. Just a few of the many considerable challenges we

Advance could help grow stem cells more safely
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The most productive way scientists have devised to nurture colonies of human embryonic stem cells is to do so atop a bed of mouse cells. Tha

Risk aversion impedes innovation in information technology
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Smartphones and tablets come from Asia and the USA, German and European industry is far behind. The causes are dealt with by a study of KIT

Fuel control valve faulted for Atlas launch anomaly, flights resume soon
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A critical fuel control valve has been faulted for the Atlas V launch anomaly that forced a premature shutdown of the rockets first stage en